The Ministry of Higher Education announced on Sunday that some subjects which contrast with Islam’s Sharia will be dropped from the higher education curriculum.
The municipality of Jalalabad city, the capital of eastern Nangarhar province, has illegally distributed land plots to 643 people in violation of the order of former president and Independent Directorate of Local Governance (IDLG).
One of Europe’s leading cardinals has criticized the continent’s political leaders, and those throughout the west, for abandoning Afghani refugees, focusing more on numbers than on how best to help those fleeing violence.
A Statue of a prominent anti-Taliban figure has been demolished in central Bamyan city, leaving the accusations against the Taliban group who has just took power in the country.
Reuters has cited to US officials in the department of state that the US administration is all set to announce its new program for resettling Afghans who have worked with US-funded projects, media outlets, and US-nongovernmental bodies in Afghanistan.
At least 20 people were killed and 18 more were wounded in two traffic accidents in the Qarghayi district in Laghman in the last 12 hours, the provincial governor’s office said in a statement on Saturday.
The province is too threatened by terrorist groups, but has been less affected by Taliban’s recent surge of attacks comparing to its neighboring provinces like Laghman and Kunar.
Pakistan’s former president Mamnoon Hussain died in Karachi on Wednesday at the age of 80 after a long illness, his family confirmed.
Saudi Arabia has restricted travel to and entry from Afghanistan, Ethiopia, the UAE and Vietnam over coronavirus concerns.
About 80 Afghan interpreters and their families have arrived in Australia on commercial flights after being granted a safe haven for their work alongside Australian troops in Afghanistan.