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Pakistan emphasised on Thursday that Afghanistan must uphold the agreements it has made with Islamabad and the international community, including assurance that Kabul’s territory is not exploited by terrorists. Afghanistan lives up to promises against terrorism. Amir Khan Muttaqi, the foreign minister of Afghanistan, asked Pakistan to refrain from holding its neighbour responsible for the recent attack in Peshawar, which resulted in at least 100 fatalities and more than 200 injuries. In a mosque that was constructed for police officers and their families living in a heavily secured area, hundreds of worshippers had gathered for noon prayers when the bomber…

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Sources in Kabul tell BNN Afghanistan that Ismail Mashal, a university Lecturer, has been arrested by the Taliban. On December 26, Ismail Mashal tore up his academic documents in front of the camera of a private TV station in Kabul in protest against the banning of girls from university. Mashal was distributing books to students two days ago in a symbolic gesture, and today he was arrested by the Taliban from Dehburi area of ​​Kabul. The Taliban have not said anything about this until now. https://twitter.com/gchahal/status/1621114664716312578

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The US Ministry of Foreign Affairs says that the country’s special representative for Afghanistan has gone on a trip to Pakistan, Germany and Switzerland. The ministry said in a press release that Mr Thomas West started his trip on Sunday, January 29, and will hold meetings in these countries until February 4. During his visit to these countries, he will consult with partners, some humanitarian aid organizations and some Afghan activists and leaders about Afghanistan. Mr West recently arrived in Pakistan and met with Pakistan’s special representative for Afghanistan, Muhammad Sadiq Khan. Muhammad Sadiq Khan wrote on his Twitter: “We…

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The former special representative of the United States of America for Afghanistan, in response to the banning of participation of girls in entrance examinations of private universities, said that it seems that the decision of the Taliban government’s ban on girls’ education is not temporary. Zalmay Khalilzad, who signed the peace agreement between the Taliban and Washington as the special representative of the United States, said that this decision of the Taliban against their promises is “dictatorial and ignorant” and that the suffering of Afghans will increase. Mr. Khalilzad also said that in this decision of the Taliban leaders, the…

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The Ministry of Public Works of the Taliban government says that the roads of some provinces of Afghanistan have been closed to traffic since the last day due to heavy snowfall. The spokesman of the ministry, Hamidullah Misbah, said that the routes were blocked due to snowfall in Bamyan, Sarpul, Balkh and Farah provinces. The Taliban government’s Ministry of Public Works also said: “Pista Shash Pul-Hajgak Kotal road in Bamiyan Province has been closed due to the storm. Parkman district road is closed due to snow.” The Ministry of Public Works of the Taliban government has also said that there…

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In the latest case, the organization’s humanitarian affairs coordination office said that 4 million people are suffering from malnutrition. On Sunday, January 29, Ocha spoke in a tweet about the statistics of malnutrition in Afghanistan, which includes 875,000 severely malnourished children and 2.3 million moderately malnourished children, 840,000 including pregnant and lactating women. And they recommend, sustainable financing of treatment follow-up is vital.

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15-year-old Fazel Rahman committed suicide last night in Balkh province. On Saturday, January 28, Fazel Rahman, a resident of Kunduz province, hanged himself last night in Kaldar district of Balkh province. The reason for his suicide has not yet been determined. It should be said that after the Taliban came to power, the number of suicides in Afghanistan has increased. According to sources; Another young man committed suicide in Uruzgan Province.

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A loud explosion occurred in the central city of Isfahan due to a “unsuccessful” drone attack. The IRAN state news agency quoted the country’s Ministry of Defense as saying that one of the drones was shot down after being detected by the air system and destroyed, and two others crashed in the defense field. In the statement of the Ministry of Defense, stated that no one was killed in this attack and only a little damage was done to the roof of the workshop, the statement did not add any other details. In a video of the attack, it can…

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The Taliban arrested Abdul Munir, a former soldier from Panjshir province. On Sunday, January 29, 28-year-old Abdul Munir, a resident of the Rukha district of Panjshir province, was arrested by the Taliban with his father, who was a mercenary in the Panjshir Police Command, on charges of collaborating with the NRF. The NRF has not confirmed the membership of these people, and the Taliban have not said anything about the arrest of these two people. Read more Afghanistan’s latest news

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