Editor in Chief: Moh. Reza Huwaida Tuesday, May 11th, 2021

Why Our Society Needs to Carefully Set its Priorities

May 11,2021 | Editorials

Every society is recognized from the types of its problems and the nature of its values and habits of its people. The great societies of the world that achieved the zenith of development ...Read more

The US New Chapter of Relationship with Afghanistan

May 10,2021 | Editorials

The United States and allies started its troop drawdown on first may 2021 according to the US and Taliban agreement. Many Afghan, US and politicians from other countries called ...Read more

Baghlan as the Life Line of Afghanistan

May 9,2021 | Editorials

The fight has intensified in Baghlan between Afghan security forces and Taliban in Baghlan. Taliban have been desperately fighting to control Baghlan e Markazi strategic ...Read more

National »

Ghani Orders Afghan Forces to Observe Eid Ceasefire

Ghani Orders  Afghan Forces to  Observe Eid Ceasefire

May 11,2021 | National

KABUL - President Ashraf Ghani in a statement on Monday instructed all Afghan forces to observe the ceasefire during three days of Eid, but he reiterated that ...Read More

Abdullah Welcomes Taliban’s Announcement of Three-Day Ceasefire

Abdullah Welcomes Taliban’s Announcement of Three-Day Ceasefire

May 11,2021 | National

KABUL - Chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation Abdullah Abdullah has welcomed the Taliban’s announcement of a temporary ceasefire over Eid-ul-Fitr ...Read More

A Closer Look at The Kabul School Bombing

A Closer Look at  The Kabul School Bombing

May 11,2021 | National

KABUL - It was a quiet Saturday afternoon and hundreds of girls were leaving the school when the deadly incident occurred. Suddenly many students found themselves among ...Read More

Pakistan’s Bajwa Meets with Ghani in Kabul: Sources Tell Reuters

Pakistan’s Bajwa Meets with Ghani in Kabul: Sources  Tell Reuters

May 11,2021 | National

KABUL - Pakistani Army Chief of Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa met with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and other leaders in Kabul on Monday, sources told Reuters on ...Read More

Australian FM Meets with Ghani and Abdullah in Kabul

Australian FM Meets  with Ghani and  Abdullah in Kabul

May 11,2021 | National

KABUL - Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne has paid an unannounced visit to Kabul where she met with President Ashraf Ghani and High Council for National Reconciliation ...Read More

Ministers Meet with ICC Prosecutor to Discuss Crimes Against Afghans

Ministers Meet with ICC Prosecutor to Discuss Crimes Against Afghans

May 10,2021 | National

The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) Fatou Bensouda and her team met a high-level delegation from Afghanistan, including Foreign Minister ...Read More

Bombing Near Kabul Girls School Sparks International Outcry

Bombing Near Kabul Girls School Sparks International Outcry

May 10,2021 | National

KABUL - Saturday’s bombing near a girls school in Kabul city has sparked outrage among the international community, including the US, the UK, Germany and the United ...Read More

International »

Military and Political Leaders Mark 76 Years Since Victory in Europe Day

Military and Political Leaders Mark 76 Years  Since Victory in Europe Day

May 10,2021 | International

French President Emmanuel Macron has laid a wreath in front of the statue of General de Gaulle on the Place Clemenceau in Paris in a ceremony commemorating the 76th anniversary ...Read More

Scores of Palestinians in East Jerusalem Wounded on Holy Night

Scores of Palestinians in East Jerusalem Wounded on Holy Night

May 10,2021 | International

Another night of violence left at least 90 Palestinians wounded after Israeli police cracked down on protesters outside occupied East Jerusalem’s Old City, as concerns ...Read More

Plunging Back to Earth: Chinese Rocket Makes Re-Entry

Plunging Back to Earth: Chinese Rocket Makes Re-Entry

May 10,2021 | International

Remnants of China’s largest rocket launched last month plunged back through the atmosphere on Sunday, landing west of the Maldives in the Indian Ocean and ending days of speculation ...Read More

Sadiq Khan Elected London Mayor for a Second Term

Sadiq Khan Elected London Mayor  for a Second Term

May 10,2021 | International

Sadiq Khan has been re-elected mayor of London, in a tighter-than-expected race, providing a boost to the opposition Labour party after a series of disappointing results in ...Read More

India’s Modi Slammed for COVID Handling Amid Spiralling Crisis

India’s Modi Slammed for COVID  Handling Amid Spiralling Crisis

May 06,2021 | International

India’s hospitals were packed with coronavirus patients, relatives of the sick scrambled to find supplies of oxygen, and nearly full crematoriums worked feverishly ...Read More

Hamas Commander Warns Israel over Occupied East Jerusalem Attacks

Hamas Commander Warns Israel over  Occupied East Jerusalem Attacks

May 06,2021 | International

The armed wing of the Palestinian resistance movement, Hamas, has issued a warning to Israel over its attacks against Palestinian residents in occupied East Jerusalem ...Read More

Editorials »

Why Our Society Needs to Carefully Set its Priorities

May 11,2021 | Editorials

Every society is recognized from the types of its problems and the nature of its values and habits of its people. The great societies of the world that achieved the zenith of development ...Read More

The US New Chapter of Relationship with Afghanistan

May 10,2021 | Editorials

The United States and allies started its troop drawdown on first may 2021 according to the US and Taliban agreement. Many Afghan, US and politicians from other countries called ...Read More

Baghlan as the Life Line of Afghanistan

May 9,2021 | Editorials

The fight has intensified in Baghlan between Afghan security forces and Taliban in Baghlan. Taliban have been desperately fighting to control Baghlan e Markazi strategic ...Read More

Worries about the Future of Minority Groups in Afghanistan

May 08,2021 | Editorials

Although the Afghan minority groups are peaceful and harmless in Afghanistan, they are more vulnerable against danger of extremism and so feel concerned about the future...Read More

No Support For Illegitimate War

May 06,2021 | Editorials

Conflict between the Taliban fighters and Afghan soldiers has been escalated as peace talks reached a stalemate. The Taliban seek to gain concessions through military ...Read More

Threats against Journalists Loom Large

May 05,2021 | Editorials

As World Press Freedom Day has been commemorated in Afghanistan, media has been left at the mercy of threat and self-censorship and journalists lose their lives and receive ...Read More

Taliban Divide and Rule Policy

May 04,2021 | Editorials

Recently, Afghan Taliban sent individual letters to Afghan leaders to negotiate with them individually. Apparently they may claim that they want to settle their issues ...Read More

Article/opinion »

Taliban Make no Bones about Killing Civilians

Taliban Make no Bones about Killing Civilians

May 11,2021 | Hujjatullah Zia | opinion

The Taliban terrorist group, which held power over roughly three quarters of Afghanistan from 1996 to 2001, still wages war against the Afghan government and targets both ...Read More

A European-Style United Nations

A European-Style United Nations

May 11,2021 | Sandra Breka and Brian Finlay | opinion

BERLIN/WASHINGTON, DC – Last September, on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the United Nations, the General Assembly adopted a landmark declaration affirming a commitment ...Read More

No Justification for Violence Left in Afghanistan

No Justification for Violence  Left in Afghanistan

May 10,2021 | Hujjatullah Zia | opinion

The Taliban continue spilling the blood of Afghan combatants and non-combatants alike and have intensified their attacks as the US troops have started withdrawing...Read More

The Limits to US-China Climate Cooperation

The Limits to US-China Climate Cooperation

May 10,2021 | Minxin Pei | opinion

Despite their increasingly bitter rivalry, the United States and China have recently been sending the right signals regarding potential cooperation on combating climate change...Read More

The Media Threat is a Threat to the Freedom and Progress of Afghanistan

The Media Threat is a Threat to the  Freedom and Progress of Afghanistan

May 9,2021 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari | opinion

Although the media and workers had already faced numerous challenges and threats, new threats are imposed on media community. Formerly, the media and media workers were secretly attacked ...Read More

Money Alone Won’t Ensure Global Vaccine Equity

Money Alone Won’t Ensure Global  Vaccine Equity

May 9,2021 | Rosalind McKenna | opinion

In March, South Sudan received its first batch of COVID-19 vaccines. While that is good news, it came almost four months after the first doses were administered in the United ...Read More

No Imposed Peace Acceptable

No Imposed Peace Acceptable

May 08,2021 | Hujjatullah Zia | opinion

If regional and global stakeholders put all their weight behind the Afghan peace process, hope for peace is likely to emerge in public air. Afghans have still concerns and fear ...Read More