Tolo News: Iran’s special envoy for Afghanistan, Hassan Kazimi Qomi, posted a video on Twitter and said that water has flowed from Afghanistan into Sistan, Iran. Meanwhile, the residents of Nimroz said that the recent droughts have severely affected their crops and they should be provided with irrigation water from Kamal Khan dam. “Unfortunately, our
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty July 31, 2022 Taliban and Iranian border guards have been engaged in gun battles along the Iran-Afghan frontier, leaving at least one person dead on the Afghan side, police officials said. “We have one killed and one wounded; the cause of the clash is not clear yet,” Bahram Haqmal, the police
8am: The residents of Nimruz province have raised deep concerns over the significant increase in armed robberies in this province, saying the crime rate has dramatically increased since the Taliban took control of the country. It is not only Nimroz that has turned into a safe haven for thieves and criminals, harassing innocent civilians for
8am: In a new move, the Taliban group has removed Persian and Baluchi languages from the courtroom signboard in Nimruz province. Nimruz residents have criticized this move of the Taliban, saying that the province has never been a place of ethnic disputes, but the Taliban are trying to create ethnic and linguistic divisions in the
Ariana: Health sources have reported that two suspected cases of monkeypox were identified and recorded on Saturday at a Covid-19 Hospital in Nimroz Province. Sources in the province say the two incidents were recorded among migrants deported from Iran. Click here to read more (external link).
8am: Local sources in Nimruz province have reported that farmers in the province irrigate their fields using well water due to the lack of agricultural water. According to farmers, there is no water left in Kamal Khan dam after the Taliban allowed the dam’s water to flow to Iran. Click here to read more (external
Ariana: Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) forces shot at a Pakistani military helicopter that crossed the Durand Line into Nimroz province on Thursday, sources told Ariana News on Saturday. A Pakistani general was wounded as a result of the shooting, according to sources. Click here to read more (external link). Related Taliban to Address Border
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty March 28, 2022 The United Nations Security Council has expressed deep concern after the Taliban-led government ordered girls be denied access to high school education amid reports of further restrictions on women and media, including a fresh ban on news bulletins by the BBC and Voice of America (VOA). “The members
8am: The authorities of COVID-19 Hospital in Nimruz province have reported they have started the hospital’s operations after a four-month of delay. Earlier, the authorities and medical staff of the province complained about the lack of medical equipment and the non-payment of salaries for several months. However, the problem has not been fully addressed yet.
8am: Local sources in Nimruz confirm that Taliban intelligence forces have arrested Abdul Raziq Kirgech, the Head and Chairman of Baloch Tribal Council on Thursday morning, March 10. Taliban’s security authority, speaking on condition of anonymity, confirmed his arrest to Hasht-e Subh. Click here to read more (external link).