At least one child was killed and 10 others were wounded in a blast that targeted a vehicle owned by the foreign security company GardaWorld.
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“20 factories have been established in the past 8 months,” said Herat officials, “most in food production area.”
Farmers report a lack of export opportunities and a drop in local prices.
Nuristani said the recount is being prevented by campaign teams in 15 provinces.
A letter apparently from ‘UNAMA’ says Commissioner Abdullah “threatened” an IEC member.
The national team’s coach Anosh Dastgir says his squad is fully prepared to face India in the international event.
Both teams will play another match on Monday in Ekana Cricket Stadium in Lucknow, India.
Patricia Gossman writes that Geneva Conference will be a chance for Afghanistan’s donors to do more than check boxes.
Officials said the peace talks on Afghanistan will be discussed on the second day of the Geneva Conference.
Next month’s conference will bring together the Afghan government and international stakeholders to discuss progress achieved in the past…
Officials at the Ministry of Finance said that so far 55 percent of Brussels' commitments have been fulfilled.
The US Geological Survey puts the quake’s magnitude at 5.8 at a depth of 10 kilometers.
US says Iran has no credible reason to expand its uranium enrichment program and the US will continue to exert economic pressure.
Five of the gunmen were captured after the attack on the Tajik side of the border, Tajik security officials said…
Russia and Turkey agreed to push the YPG militia to a depth of at least 30 km south of the border.
Ahang is an Afghan musician with a deep understanding of Eastern classical music…
Over 1,900 young men and women have come from around the country to audition for the “Afghan version of American Idol.”
The annual N-Peace Awards shines a spotlight on extraordinary activists, campaigners, and advocates in Asia and the Pacific.
Egyptian archaeologists discovered a “distinctive group of 30 colored wooden coffins for men, women and children.”
The skin comes in two versions, simple and smooth or ultra-realistic and wrinkly.
Underground pockets of “hundreds of millions of tons of water ice” could help turn the moon into a jumping-off point to Mars.
The company has slashed iPhone XR prices in India to counter a prolonged sales slowdown.
Astronauts on the space station, which became operational in 2000, have tallied 221 maintenance spacewalks…
A gardener harvesting pomegranates in the southern province of Kandahar province. Photo: Abdullah Hamim
A three-day exhibition of handicrafts and artwork by Afghan women starts today in Kabul. Photo: Hayatullah Amanat
Khair Khana area of Kabul at night - Photo Wazhma Fazli
Pomegranate garden in Kandahar province Photo: Abdullah Hamim
More than 400 art and craft pieces are being exhibited in Herat Photo: Fariba Aram
Thirty artworks by an Afghan artist are on display at an exhibition in the city of Herat. Photo: Fariba Aram
Afghanistan's first and only all-female orchestra—Zohra—is in Australia – Photo: Parwiz Shamal
Collecting olives in a Nangarhar garden - Photo: Abdulhaq Omeri
Qargha Lake, Kabul after a rainy day. Photo: Basir Ahmad Deyan
A woman in the province of Bamiyan displays her inked finger, which indicates that she has voted in the 2019 presidential election- Photo: Gulabuddin Ghubar
Jean Gough writes that every child has the right to life, survival and development.
Maryam Baryalay and Abdul Mateen Imran write that a US-Taliban peace deal should not be supported before an intra-Afghan dialogue.
Aditya Raj writes that the Indian government should have considered the risks this unilateral move has brought into Afghanistan.