KABUL (SW): Nai – supporting open media organization, has said some security agencies are eyeing to impose restrictions on social media platforms.
KABUL (SW): While officials in the Police District (PD) 13 of Kabul informing that soon the list of names of people who will be hired to provide security for Shiite mosques will be announced.
LASHKARGAH (SW): Thousands of children in a number of restive Helmand districts have not been vaccinated against different diseases for the past 15 years.
KBAUL (SW): The Independent Directorate of Local Government (IDLG) on Tuesday called for the need to empower women and ensure their participation at the decision making levels.
FIROZKOH (SW): A father shot dead his recently engaged daughter in Dahn-i-Yakhan Ulya area of Tiwara district of Ghor province on Monday night.
KABUL (SW): Some Wolesi Jirga (lower house) in the Monday’s session praised the recent Presidential decree on early retirement of military officers.
KABUL (SW): The UN in Afghanistan stated in its latest report on Monday renewed violence in five district of Afghanistan alone forced more than 50,000 people to flee homes in a month’s time.
JALALABAD (SW): Doctors and pharmacists in Jalalabad have gone on strike against insecurity and targeted killings in the city
KANDAHAR CITY (SW): The authorities of the provincial chapter of Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) in Kandahar said the lack a well-equipped forensic center hampers the prosecution of criminal cases.
KABUL (SW): The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) here on Monday marked the World Suicide Prevention Day with the theme "Take a Minute, Change a Life".
FIROZKOH (SW): A number of women interested in driving in Ghor province have been rising since a year.
MAIMANA (SW): A dead body of a young girl raped before killing has been found in Maimana city in Faryab province.
KABUL (SW): Some members of Wolesi Jirga (lower house) in the Saturday session showing concern over the recent Presidential decree on reforms in security institutions said that the decree is not executable.
HERAT CITY (SW): A man stabbed his wife to death in police district 2 (PD) in Herat city on Friday night, reported provincial police spokesman.
FAIZABAD (SW): The provincial chapter of the Afghanistan Independent Human Right Commission (AIHRC) officials and women’s rights activists have expressed concerns over the interference of powerful people in addressing cases of violence against women in Badakhshan province.
KABUL (SW): In conversation with Salam Watandar, a number of patients and visitors have complained about poor state of affairs at the Jamhoriat Hospital in Kabul.
KABUL (SW): The Independent Electoral Complaints Commission (IECC) authorities stated that holding elections is a way forward for solving Afghanistan’s problems, but negligence in this regard will turn opportunities into crisis.
KABUL (SW): Civil institutions at a press conference said they are not worried about government delaying the preparation of an anti-corruption strategy, but the government's political approach to this strategy is alarming, here in Kabul on Tuesday.
KABUL (SW): Hundreds of protesters took to the streets in Kabul’s Qara Bagh district against the U.S. for dropping allegedly blasphemous leaflets last week.
KABUL (SW): Naseer Ahmad Durrani, Minister for Rural Development and Reconstruction, on Tuesday inked 12 development contracts with private firms for the reconstruction of roads in rural areas.
MAZAR-I-SHARIF (SW): An International Committee of Red Cross (ICRC) employee was killed by a patient in Balkh province on Monday.
HERAT CITY (SW): In the past 6 months, about 300 people have attempted to commit suicide in Herat, out of which 10 people lost their lives. This figure reached 700 in 12 months last year, out of which 20 died in attempting suicide.
LASHKARGAH (SW): 6 men beheaded a 10-year-old girl after gang raping her, in Helmand province.
SHEBERGHAN (SW): A commander of the local anti-militant uprising force in Jawzjan province has vowed to fight for the right of Rohingya Muslims in Mynamar’s Rakhine state.
HERAT CITY (SW): According to the directorate of economy in Herat, up to $ 101 million have been invested to lift the skills and capacity of women in the province in the past three years.
KABUL (SW): A number of religious scholars, civil society activists and politicians in Kabul held protest demonstrations against the genocide of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar.
KHOST CITY (SW): Disputes over land and mountain between the tribes of Mangal and Moqbel restarted after 10 years, leaving 2 dead and 9 injured in Khost province.
KABUL (SW): The authorities of the Ahmad Shah Massoud Foundation urged the government to prevent public disorder during the commemoration of death anniversary of the national hero.
HERAT CITY-MAZAR-I-SHARIF (SW): Hundreds of residents of Herat and Balkh provinces marched in protest against the killings of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, on Wednesday.
KABUL (SW): A new round of widespread violence against Rohingya Muslims has begun in Myanmar since the 25th August. As a result of this violence, more than 4 hundred Muslims in Myanmar were killed and the number of refugees has reached to more than 123 thousand people.
CHAGCHARAN (SW): Locals in Ghor province have shut down a religious seminary in the Saghar district on the charges of promoting terrorism.
MAIMANA (SW): A dead body of a 21-year-old in a plastic bag was found in Qorghan district of Faryab province.
KABUL (SW): Religious scholars from the Sunni and Shia sects gathered in Kabul on Tuesday to call for inter-faith harmony amid growing attacks by Daesh on Shia minorities.
HERAT CITY (SW): Authorities at the Herat Public Hospital reported that 315 people were wounded and 4 other killed in traffic accidents and criminal activities during the Eid days.
TALOQAN (SW): A clash between gunmen and locals in Warsaj district of Takhar province left 10 people injured.
LASHKARGAH (SW): The provincial capital of Helmand province Lashkargah has a population of around 1.5 million, but the city does not have a single public toilet where the dwellers can answer the call of nature.
KABUL (SW): The Ministry of Interior Affairs (MoIA) on Thursday expressed readiness to ensure foolproof security for Eid days, especially for Shiite religious centers.
KABUL (SW): Half of the girls in Afghanistan do not know anything about the menstrual cycle.
KUNDUZ CITY (SW): Authorities in Kunduz province reported of finding a decapitated body of a 25-year-old girl in a desert between Ali Abad and Khan Abad districts.
KABUL (SW): Save the Children in Afghanistan, in its latest report, says 91 per cent of children face violence, including sexual, psychological and physical violence.
TALOQAN (SW): As a result of ten hours of fire in Chah Aab district of Takhar province, more than 300 shops and 2 markets were completely destroyed on Monday night.
GHAZNI CITY (SW): A member of the Ghazni provincial council has said the Taliban’s threats have compelled large number of girls quit going to schools in the provincial capital since a week.
LASHKARGAH (SW): Commercial flights resumed at the Helmand airport on Monday a year after air traffic was halted due to insecurity.
KABUL (SW): Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) officials have said more than half of Afghanistan's population has psychological problems, 67 per cent of the total population, to be exact.
GARDEZ (SW): Paktia’s provincial council members, civil society activists and youths condemning the Friday’s attack on Imam Zaman mosque in the capital, Kabul, paid their respects to the victims of the attack here on Monday.
MAZAR-E-SHARIF (SW): New development projects worth up to $ 18 million as part of the Citizens Charter program have been launched in Balkh province.
QALAT (SW): The dead body of deputy of Zabul’s Ulema Council (religious council) was found in Shahjoi district of the province on Sunday morning.
KABUL (SW): Kabul witnessed a deadly attack on Friday. The Daesh targeted a Shiite mosque in police district (PD) 11 of the capital. The Friday’s attack on the Shiite mosque is the 6th attack in the chain of Daesh attacks on the Shiites in Afghanistan.
KABUL (SW): A number of Kabul residents have said due to increasing shortage of water they face a lot of difficulties, and the government needs to address this problem.
MAZA-I-SHARIF (SW): A number of political activists and tribal elders proteste here in Kabul on Thursday against the beating of Asif Mohmand, the member of Balkh’s council, and demanded the governor of Balkh to be prosecuted.