Press TV December 4, 2020 Iran has warned about “suspicious” moves by those who seek to disrupt cordial relations between Tehran and Kabul, after a video purportedly showing Afghan nationals being insulted by Iranians went viral. The Iranian Police issued an announcement on Friday suggesting the video published on social media with regards to insulting
Ayaz Gul VOA News December 4, 2020 ISLAMABAD – Pakistan’s military says it will have fenced off the country’s roughly 2,600-kilometer historically porous border with Afghanistan within the next two months. The army’s media wing Friday shared the latest assessment with VOA on the massive unilateral construction effort that was launched in early 2017 to
The Guardian (UK): It’s nearly two weeks since Australian defence force chief Angus Campbell released the Brereton report, alleging war crimes perpetrated by Australians in Afghanistan. Two immensely difficult and challenging weeks not just for the ADF but for Afghan-Australians. Click here to read more (external link).
Ariana: Afghan spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman has been tested positive for Covid-19.Rahman is set to play for the Australian cricket team Brisbane Heat in the upcoming Big Bash League (BBL). In a statement released on Friday, the Brisbane Heat said that Rahman was tested positive during hotel quarantine in Queensland. Click here to read more
Tolo News: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in an address to the Special Session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in Response to the Coronavirus Disease COVID-19 Pandemic on Thursday called on the world to ensure the delivery of COVID-19 vaccine to all nations including Afghanistan. Click here to read more (external link). Related Afghanistan:
Tolo News: Suhaila Siddiq, the first female lieutenant general in Afghanistan and a well-known surgeon, who served for 36 years in Daud Khan Military Hospital, passed away at a hospital in Kabul today, her relatives confirmed. According to doctors, Siddiq had Alzheimer’s disease. Click here to read more (external link).
A factory in the Afghan city of Herat recycles plastic waste into filler material for insulation, pillows, and even clothing. Employing some 300 people, the factory plays an important economic role in the city as well as an environmental one.
Ariana: Minister of Mines and Petroleum Mohammad Haroon Chakhansuri on Thursday said that construction work on the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) Pipeline Project will kick off next year. The minister also said that another project the ministry is working on is the construction of a 94.5 km-long gas pipeline from Sheberghan, capital city of Jawzjan province, to