Aamaj:Leader of National Congress Party of Afghanistan, Abdul Latif Pedram, stated that the fundamental problem of Afghanistan is the ethnic problem. “Now, the leaders of the biggest countries have realized and admit it the fundamental problem of Afghanistan is the ethnic problem, the issue which we have said and wrote for hundred times,” he tweeted.
Ayaz Gul VOA News June 29, 2022 ISLAMABAD — Afghanistan’s Islamist Taliban have invited about 3,000 religious scholars and tribal elders from across the country to a meeting Thursday in Kabul, where officials said national unity would be discussed. The men-only session in the Afghan capital is the first of its kind and is seen as
Tolo News: The former police head for the Qaisar district of Faryab province under the previous government, Nizamuddin Qaisari, returned to Kabul on Sunday after spending 10 months in Tehran. “You should provide me a portion in the government because there are a lot of people of Turk decent. They should have a share of
Ariana: As Afghanistan’s former government collapsed, in August last year, many senior officials in the Ashraf Ghani regime fled the country to luxurious homes they had purchased abroad ahead of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) takeover. In a review of public documents and interviews, the Wall Street Journal on Monday stated that some officials
Ariana: Abdullah Abdullah, the former chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation, returned to Afghanistan on Saturday after spending six weeks in India visiting family. On his arrival, Abdullah urged the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) to provide a peaceful life for the people. Click here to read more (external link).
Jeff Seldin VOA News June 6, 2022 WASHINGTON — Tales of Afghanistan’s former president and his senior advisers fleeing the country in helicopters laden with millions of U.S. dollars, as Taliban fighters closed in on Kabul, appear to be overblown, according to an interim report by American investigators. Russia’s embassy in Kabul first floated the allegations
Foreign Affairs: For the last two decades, conventional wisdom in Pakistan held that an Afghanistan ruled by the Taliban would be a boon to Pakistan’s security. Islamabad has long supported the Taliban with the understanding that the militants could help deny India—which many Pakistani officials see as an existential threat—any influence in Afghanistan. But since
8am: On Thursday, May 19, a number of exiled Afghan politicians gathered and met at the residence of Abdul Rashid Dostum, including Mohammad Mohaqiq, Abdu Rab Rasool Sayyaf, Atta Mohammad Noor, Karim Khalili, Ahmad Wali Masoud, Mir Rahman Rahmani, and Mohammad Alam Ezidyar in Turkey’s capital Ankara. Click here to read more (external link).
Ariana: While urging talks with IEA, the politicians issued a statement and declared support for the conflict that is underway in some provinces in the country. “Such a large meeting was held in Turkey with the Turkish police providing security. They will meet again in Austria two weeks later and then in Geneva. There is