Adela Raz, Afghanistan’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations said in a tweet Tuesday that Afghanistan has won a seat at the United Nations Commission on Status of Women.
The Ministry of Public Health announced Sunday that 46 new positive coronavirus cases were registered in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number to 37,999 in Afghanistan.
Facebook on Wednesday banned about 900 pages and groups and 1,500 ads tied to the pro-Trump conspiracy theory QAnon, as part of a drive to limit the spread of the dangerous ideology online.
Local officials said that the perpetrators fled the area and investigations are underway.
Clash between residents of Khwaja Ghar district of Takhar province and Taliban left three civilians killed and three others wounded.
Eleven Afghan Sikhs are expected to leave Kabul on Sunday for India, after being granted visas by the Indian government.
The Taliban group has appointed Mullah Mohammad Yaqoob, the son of Mullah Mohammad Omar, the founder of the Taliban group, as the new military chief of the group following recent upheavals, involving a spike in attacks against Afghan forces.
MoPH spokesman Wahidullah Mayar said at least 25 positive cases had emerged — 22 in Herat, two in Kabul and one in Badakhshan.
Afghanistan is ranked the least happy country in the world, according to an annual survey released on Friday.
Amnesty International asked both the United States of America and Taliban to end attacks on civilians in Afghanistan.