The Council also stated that it is trying to prevent the entry of one million fake votes into the election commission’s database.
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Analysts said that the prospect for the Afghan government leaders to deliver on the promises in Geneva is “very weak”.
President Ghani called the US its "key ally" and praised the Trump administration's South Asia policy as a "game changer" for Afghanistan.
President Ghani says the roadmap for peace negotiations is the outcome of several months of consultations with Afghans.
The two-day conference opened Tuesday with top diplomats attending from countries like Germany, Russia and Iran.
Trump’s Vice President also said he would travel to the region soon to try to mediate the crisis.
At least 31 people were killed in the typhoon that left vast sections of towns in central and eastern Japan under water.
"What should never happen is a war between Saudi Arabia and Iran"
Other NATO allies Germany and France said they were banning weapons exports to Turkey.
The executive director of the opera house said that the purpose of the concert was to send a message of peace and harmony to the world
The Zohra Orchestra from Afghanistan performs in Melbourne and Sydney to commemorate 50 years of Afghan-Australian national relations.
The cultural celebration runs for 15 days and will feature fashion, food and a film festival.
“These artifacts were no longer worshiped after the emergence of Islam, but they are a part of history.”
NASA and SpaceX had previously aimed to launch the Crew Dragon on an initial test flight.
The patient carried out various mental tasks to train the algorithm to understand his thoughts.
Widespread habitat loss and degradation, broad use of agricultural chemicals that eradicate insects vital to the diet of many birds.
The iPhone maker is appealing to Europe’s second highest court to overturn the ruling.
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
Kabul city – Photo: Faridullah Hussainkhail
Faizabad, capital of Badakhshan – Photo: Wahid Ahmadi
An ancient glass factory in the western province of Herat – Photo: Fariba Aram
Shegal district of Kunar Province – Photo: Abdulhaq Omeri
A fan cheering his favorite team during Friday night’s match between Simorgh Alborz and De Maiwand Atalan in the APL.
Numerous studies show that the death penalty does not deter serious crimes more effectively than other punishments.
Ajmal Shams writes that the past 100 years of Afghan history are directly responsible for the ongoing situation.
Jean Gough writes that every child has the right to life, survival and development.