Editor in Chief: Moh. Reza Huwaida Thursday, June 24th, 2021

Concerns over Modern Fashion and Moral Decline of Younger Generation

June 23,2021 | Editorials

Afghan girls seek to embellish their world according to their own ideals. Their eye-catching dresses, pungent perfume and ostentatious styles seem inevitable...Read more

No to the Darkness

June 22,2021 | Editorials

It is widely believed concept that the nations that go through difficult times ultimately gain a sense of admiration for peace, tranquility and progress and the members ...Read more

No Backtracking as Afghan Women Paid Sacrifices, Suffered Severely

June 21,2021 | Editorials

Despite the strides Afghan women made, traditional custom and sexual discrimination still hold sway in Afghanistan. The role of women is curtailed and their rights and ...Read more

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Indian Officials Met Taliban in Doha: Qatar

Indian Officials Met  Taliban in Doha: Qatar

June 23,2021 | National

ISTANBUL - According to a senior Turkish defense official, a US military delegation will visit Ankara later this week to hold detailed consultations on a possible Turkish ...Read More

Turkey Will Take the Lead in Securing Kabul Airport: Report

Turkey Will Take the Lead in Securing Kabul Airport: Report

June 23,2021 | National

ISTANBUL - According to a senior Turkish defense official, a US military delegation will visit Ankara later this week to hold detailed consultations on a possible Turkish ...Read More

US Can Provide Over-The- Horizon Support to Afghanistan

US Can Provide Over-The- Horizon Support to Afghanistan

June 23,2021 | National

WASHINGTON - The US military “can already provide the over-the-horizon support that the Afghan government will need,” Pentagon spokesman ...Read More

New British Ambassador to Afghanistan Submits Credentials to Afghan President Ghani

New British Ambassador to  Afghanistan Submits Credentials to Afghan President Ghani

June 23,2021 | National

British Ambassador to Afghanistan, Sir Laurie Bristow, presented his credentials to Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani at the Presidential palace yesterday ...Read More

Biden Announces to Meet the Afghan Leaders as Violence in Afghanistan Soars

Biden Announces to Meet the  Afghan Leaders as Violence in  Afghanistan Soars

June 22,2021 | National

KABUL - The US President Joe Biden will meet with Mohammad Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai, the president of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, and Dr. Abdullah Abdullah ...Read More

First Flight from UAE Lands at Khost Airport

First Flight from UAE  Lands at Khost Airport

June 22,2021 | National

KHOST CITY - For the first time, an Afghan Ariana Airlines flight from Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, landed at the airport in southeastern Khost province on Monday...Read More

‘Pakistan Committed to Strategic Depth Policy in Afghanistan’

‘Pakistan Committed to  Strategic Depth Policy in  Afghanistan’

June 22,2021 | National

KABUL - Pakistan’s Strategic Depth Policy still underway in Afghanistan causing unbearable suffering among Afghans on both sides of the Durand Line, Afghan ...Read More

International »

World in ‘Severe Cascade of Human Rights Setbacks’, UN Human Rights Chief Warns

World in ‘Severe Cascade of Human Rights  Setbacks’, UN Human Rights Chief Warns

June 23,2021 | International

The United Nations' Human Rights chief called on Monday for "concerted action" to fight a severe deterioration of rights globally...Read More

Palestinians, Settlers Clash in Sheikh Jarrah Neighborhood

Palestinians, Settlers Clash in Sheikh  Jarrah Neighborhood

June 23,2021 | International

Palestinians and Jewish settlers hurled stones, chairs, and fireworks at each other overnight in a tense Jerusalem neighborhood where settler groups are ...Read More

Iran’s Election Unsettles Biden’s Hope for A Nuclear Deal

Iran’s Election Unsettles Biden’s Hope  for A Nuclear Deal

June 23,2021 | International

WASHINGTON - Biden administration officials are insisting that the election of a hard-liner as Iran’s president won’t affect prospects for reviving the faltering ...Read More

Vote Count Under Way in Ethiopia after Contentious Election

Vote Count Under Way in Ethiopia after Contentious Election

June 23,2021 | International

A vote count is under way in Ethiopia’s capital, Addis Ababa, for the parliamentary elections after polls finally closed following a three-hour extension...Read More

Diplomats to Meet in Vienna for More Iran Nuclear Talks

Diplomats to Meet in Vienna for  More Iran Nuclear Talks

June 21,2021 | International

VIENNA — Further talks between Iran and global powers were planned Sunday to try to negotiate and restore a landmark 2015 agreement to contain Iranian nuclear development that ...Read More

China Administers a Billion Vaccine Doses

China Administers a  Billion Vaccine Doses

June 21,2021 | International

BEIJING - China has administered more than a billion Covid vaccine doses, officials say - more than a third of all vaccine doses given globally...Read More

Editorials »

Concerns over Modern Fashion and Moral Decline of Younger Generation

June 23,2021 | Editorials

Afghan girls seek to embellish their world according to their own ideals. Their eye-catching dresses, pungent perfume and ostentatious styles seem inevitable...Read More

No to the Darkness

June 22,2021 | Editorials

It is widely believed concept that the nations that go through difficult times ultimately gain a sense of admiration for peace, tranquility and progress and the members ...Read More

No Backtracking as Afghan Women Paid Sacrifices, Suffered Severely

June 21,2021 | Editorials

Despite the strides Afghan women made, traditional custom and sexual discrimination still hold sway in Afghanistan. The role of women is curtailed and their rights and ...Read More

No Justification for War, Taliban’s Narrative Challenged

June 20,2021 | Editorials

Religious clerics have challenged the Taliban group ideologically. Initially, the Taliban ushered in militancy with the narrative of “jihad” to put an end to ...Read More

Three Challenging Issues: Abuse of Power, Religion, Leverage

June 19,2021 | Editorials

Deadlock in peace talks continues as the Taliban group is still engaged in foul play. There is agreement over the complete troop withdrawal but not about the reduction ...Read More

Obstacles to Democratization Leads to Public Chagrin

June 16,2021 | Editorials

Citizens are supposed to exercise their rights and freedoms without fear under democratic administrations. Their votes will elect president in a fair and transparent election. . .Read More

Sectarian Violence Outrages Public Coscience

June 15,2021 | Editorials

With the emergence of the self-styled Islamic State of Khorasan (IS-K) in Afghanistan in 2014, unknown gunmen have ushered in fomenting sectarianism through murdering civilians ...Read More

Article/opinion »

Public Fears and Concerns over Drought and Famine Crisis in Afghanistan

Public Fears and Concerns over Drought and Famine  Crisis in Afghanistan

June 23,2021 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari | opinion

Although the summer has just begun and today is the first day of this season in Afghanistan, the bell of drought crisis has already alarmed in the country...Read More

Deciding Humanity’s Future

Deciding Humanity’s Future

June 23,2021 | Johan Rockström, Marcia McNutt, and Brian Schmidt | opinion

At the recent G7 summit in Cornwall, Sir David Attenborough described the decisions currently facing the world’s richest countries as “the most important ...Read More

Hatred and Atrocity not Lead Us to Freedom

Hatred and Atrocity not  Lead Us to Freedom

June 22,2021 | Abdul Samad | opinion

This century will be remembered as a century, marked by violence and devastation. It burdens us with the consequence of mass destruction, of perpetual violence inflicted on an ...Read More

The Last Thing This Century Needs

The Last Thing This Century Needs

June 22,2021 | Joschka Fischer | opinion

This month’s G7 summit seemed to confirm what has long been apparent: The United States and China are entering into a cold war similar to the one between the US ...Read More

Afghanistan: On the Verge of Population Crisis

Afghanistan: On the Verge of  Population Crisis

June 21,2021 | Mohammad Zahir Akbari | opinion

Although the population crisis is one of the major rising problems in the world, this is a more serious issue in third world countries such as Afghanistan...Read More

Love Thy Lord, Not An Individual

Love Thy Lord, Not An Individual

June 21,2021 | Abid Hussain Rather | opinion

Human life never runs smooth and it is always unpredictable, uncertain and changeable. With the passage of time our life changes because our surroundings as well as our life situations change...Read More

Afghanistan Power Master Plan and SDG7 Perspective

Afghanistan Power Master Plan  and SDG7 Perspective

June 20,2021 | Mohsen Entezary | opinion

Afghanistan with high estimated percentage of working class and middle class, massive urbanization, exponential growth in residential energy demand and highly need of energy ..Read More