Press TV September 30, 2021 Story by Alireza Hashemi Over the past several weeks, the world watched as the Taliban bounced back to power in Afghanistan, effectively nulling the war that had been launched by the United States 20 years earlier to eradicate them. No country has so far recognized the caretaker government formed by
Radio Free Afghanistan May 6, 2021 Taliban fighters have captured Afghanistan’s second-biggest dam and two Afghan Army bases, militants and officials said, as fighting escalates amid the ongoing pullout of U.S. and international forces from the war-wracked country. Dahla Dam, also known as Arghandab Dam, is located in the Shah Wali Kot district of the
Ariana: India’s External Affairs Minister S. Jaishankar announced on Tuesday at the Geneva Conference 2020 that his country will build a new dam to provide Kabul residents with safe drinking water. Addressing delegates virtually, Jaishankar said the Shahtoot dam will help supply Kabul residents with water. Click here to read more (external link).
Financial Tribune: Energy Minister Reza Ardakanian said by building dams on Hirmand River, the eastern neighbor Afghanistan has significantly reduced the volume of water entering Iranian territories in Sistan-Baluchestan Province. “Over the past year, Afghanistan has blocked the flow of Hirmand water into the country, such that the volume has decreased to 2-3 million cubic