KABUL (SW): The Deputy Ministry of Counter Narcotics (DMoCN) of Ministry of Interior (MoI) says the police have arrested 140 drug lords.
FAIZABAD (SW): Authorities at the provincial counter narcotics directorate have said that the directorate has cleared 500 hectares of poppy cultivated lands.
SHEBERGHAN (SW): Daesh rebels have banned cigarettes, snuff, satellite television, and chicken meat in Darz Aab district of Jawzjan.
KABUL (SW): A fire engulfing vegetable market in Kabul on Tuesday hits more 10 million afghanis to the businessmen.
KABUL (SW): A suicide car bomb targeted employee transportation vehicle of Ministry of Mines and Petroleum in police district 3 of Kabul in the early hours of Monday morning.
CHIGHCHIRAN (SW): Hundreds of residents of Ghor province poured to the streets on Monday protesting the recent fall of the Taywara district to the Taliban.
KABUL (SW): Ministry of Interior (MoI) authorities have said that in the past 10 days 15 persons have been arrested on the suspicion of drug trafficking at the Hamid Karzai international airport here in Kabul.
KABUL (SW): The Supreme Audit Office (SAO) has published its report about budget spending by the government that highlights monetary irregularities committed by a number of ministries.
KABUL (SW): President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has said ragging violence and terrorism are hindering growth of tourism sector in the country.
TALUQAN (SW): A local warlord in Takhar province has encroached upon 15 jeribs of public property earmarked for school.
KABUL (SW): Analysts have expressed skepticism over limiting death penalties and extending life imprisonment term from 20 to 30 years in the revised penal code.
HERAT CITY (SW): Hundreds of Herat residents took to the streets on Wednesday against deepening administrative corruption, insecurity, discrimination and joblessness in the province.
KABUL (SW): The Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS), the power utility, has promised the issue of power breakdowns in the capital Kabul would be resolved in a week’s time.
KABUL (SW): The Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MoRRD) has initiated monitoring and evaluation of projects executed between 2002 and 2016 in eight provinces.
CHAGCHARAN (SW): The first-ever female public prosecutor has commenced her duties in Ghor province following an exclusive story about lack of female prosecutors there by Salam Watandar.
CHARIKAR (SW): Local authorities in Parwan province have discovered bodies of a young girl and a boy in the province.
KABUL (SW): A group of young Afghan women and girls have launched a social media campaign "Where Is My Name" against the culture of hiding women's name in the public sphere.
KABUL (SW): The Ministry of Public Welfare (MoPW) has inked a deal with an Australian firm for survey and designing of the Salang Pass.
LASHKARGAH (SW): Hundreds of protesters took to the streets in Lashkargah, Helmand on Friday to denounce the Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s opposition towards construction of dams in the conflict-torn country.
JALALABAD (SW): A new Nitrogen and Oxygen production factory has been inaugurated in eastern Nangarhar province.
KABUL (SW): Unless the world makes faster progress on reducing child mortality, by 2030 almost 70 million children will die before reaching their fifth birthday, UNICEF has warned.
CHIGHCHIRAN (SW): Human Rights (HR) activists have raised concerns over the fact that there are no women prosecutor or judge in Ghor province.
KANDAHAR CITY (SW): An evident surge in road accidents involving motorcycles have been witnessed in various parts of the country involving the two-wheeler.
PUL-I-KHUMRI (SW): A member of Baghlan’s provincial council has reportedly taken asylum in one of the European Union (EU) countries.
HERAT CITY (SW): Academics in Herat province believe a large number of social media users in Afghanistan are involved in promoting hate speech and division among the nation.
KABUL (SW): President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has introduced 9 commissioners for the Afghanistan Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission (AARCSC) in a ceremony on Wednesday here in Kabul.
KABUL (SW): Humayoun Humayoun, the deputy speaker of the Wolesi Jirga (lower house) left the Wednesday’s session in protest against the recent developments in the country.
KABUL (SW): Authorities at the Ministry of Refugees and Repatriations (MoRR) have requested the European Union (EU) to accept asylum cases of Afghan refugees.
KABUL (SW): Nai – Supporting Open Media in Afghanistan has called for ethical journalism aimed at promoting national unity and harmony in the country amid critical times.
KANDAHAR CITY (SW): 45-year-old farmer Mohammad Aslam in Kandahar’s Dand district these days spent most of his time worrying about shortage of water that has adversely affected his grapes garden.
KABUL (SW): While expressing concerns over the millions of orphan and needy children in the country, the Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs, Martyrs and Disabled (MoLSAMD) on Sunday said it does not have any budget to take care of such children.
SHEBERGHAN (SW): Authorities in Jawzjan have said a teen has committed suicide over a brawl with her family.
KABUL (SW): The Wolesi Jirga (lower house) on Saturday’s session summoned Minister Energy and Water, deputy ministers of Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Public Welfare along with the officials from National Procurement Committee on the delay of implementation of developmental projects.
KHOST CITY (SW): The Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MoCIT) has completed a $ 6 million project to link Khost with the fiber optic cable and digital telephones.
TALOQAN (SW): Fire engulfs wood stocks in a market on Friday later afternoon in Talogan city of Takhar province.
KUNDUZ CITY (SW): Afghanistan National Directorate of Security (ANDS) have arrested a group of youngsters who are involved in planting landmines in Kunduz.
KABUL (SW): As the capital city’s population swells to four million, the Kabul Municipality on Thursday promised a pioneering metro bus service project.
KUNDUZ CITY (SW): Official have said in one week at least 7 persons are murdered in Kunduz.
KABUL (SW): The Capital Region Independent Development Authority (CRIDA) has started working on cleaning and reconstruction of the sidewalls for the Kabul River from Artal Bridge to Abdul Haq square in the city.
KABUL (SW): Members of Kabul protests addressing a press conference on Tuesday here Kabul have said the organizers of the protest have removed some of their camps from roads for public welfare on a condition that the government should remove concrete security barriers from public roads.
JALALABAD (SW): National Environmental Protection Agency (NEPA) authorities said the factory activities in Jalalabad city the capital of Nangarhar have polluted the air.
KABUL (SW): The Wolesi Jirga (lower house) has approved an 11-article-proposal titled "national consolidation of unity and political consensus" to end the differences between the protesters and the Arg (Presidential Palace).
KABUL (SW): Abdullah Abdullah, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the National Unity Government (NUG) has highlighted the shortcomings of good governance in the Monday’s Ministers Council meeting here in Kabul.
TALOQAN (SW): A former police commander has been accused of grabbing more than 380 acres of land in Yangi Qala district of Takhar province.
KABUL (SW): The Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock (MAIL) has named the Kol-e-Hashmat Khan in Kabul as a protected site and National Park.
CHIGHCHIRAN (SW): A young girl in her 20s has committed suicide by drinking acid for being lonely.
KABUL (SW): The protests and sit-ins against the string of latest terrorist attacks, and for change and reforms in the government entered seventh day on Thursday.
KABUL (SW): The Afghanistan National Disaster Management Authority (ANDMA) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) worth 3.3 million dollars with Ministry of Urban Development Affairs and Housing (MUDH), Kabul Municipality, (IDLG) and UN-Habitat.
KABUL (SW): The Wolesi Jirga (lower house) in Monday’s session approved with majority votes decision to appoint a 34 member delegation for the negotiations between the protesters in Kabul and the National Unity Government (NUG).
KABUL (SW): The Jamiat-e-Islami party has demanded the abdication of security bosses for their alleged failure in ensuring security in the capital, particularly in regard to the bombing at the funeral on Saturday.