Afghan local officials say over 50 Billion Pakistani Rupees have been withdrawn from the market exchange in Nangarhar province. The governor of Nangarhar, Shah Mahmoud Mia Khail in a monthly report of promoting Afghan currency said, “The campaign of anti-foreign currency withdrew over 50 Billion Pakistani Rupees and about $ 30 million have been invested in Nangarhar market during the past month.”

21 January 2020

Afghanistan Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) says its revenue has increased by an average of $100,000 per day. “As the number of flights crossing the country increased, the CAA’s average income reached 100 thousand dollars daily,” Mohammad Qasim Wafayezada, the head of CAA said. According to officials, the cost of crossing the country’s airspace is currently $700 and is set to rise to $950 by July.

21 January 2020

The Denmark government has contributed an additional $3 Million to Afghanistan Humanitarian crisis. According to the Denmark embassy in Kabul, the project will be implemented by FAO Afghanistan and will provide emergency assistance to over 129,000 people, prioritizing support for women-headed households. The deputy minister of agriculture, irrigation and livestock, Hashmatullah Ghafori said, “This assistance is aimed

21 January 2020

The Ministry of Energy and Water (MoEW) has announced that Khan Mohammad Takal has been appointed as the new Acting Minister of Energy and Water. MoEW in a press release on Tuesday said, “Based on the article of 2574 of the Presidency, Khan Mohammad Takal appointed as the new acting minister.” According to the press release, Takal

21 January 2020

Afghan local officials say a woman was brutally murdered by her father in a Taliban’s field trail in Faryab province. The spokesman of Faryab governor, Jawid Bidar told Reporterly, “Based on the received reports, a 25-year-old married woman was murdered by her father as a result of a Taliban’s field trail.” [caption id="attachment_19279" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Archive[/caption] According to Bidar,

21 January 2020

Afghan security officials have confirmed that at least one Police soldier was killed and another one was wounded after Taliban militants opened fire on Police in Kandahar province on Tuesday. The spokesman of Kandahar Police, Jamal Naser Barikzai told Reporterly, “Two armed Taliban insurgents opened fire on Police in Herat Bazar area of PD1 in Kandahar

21 January 2020

Germany’s Minister of State Niels Annen has emphasized that Germany intends to further intensify its cooperation with Afghanistan and key partner countries in the region. The Federal Foreign Office of Germany in a press release said, “The efforts surrounding a peace process as well as the domestic situation and the reform process in Afghanistan were the focus of the last two destinations of Annen’s

21 January 2020

An Afghan student studying at the Goa University of India was stabbed by a group of men near Panaji, an Indian police official said today. One person has been arrested in connection with the incident that took place on Monday afternoon in Dona Paula area near the university campus, he said. 24-year-old Afghan student Mathihulla Aria, who

21 January 2020

President Ashraf Ghani on Monday ordered an investigation into the deaths of four family members killed in Kabul city, the Palace said in statement. According to the statement, Ghani directed the Ministry of Interior and National Directorate of Security (NDS) to identify the perpetrators and bring them to justice. Ghani also called for aid to be given

21 January 2020

Turkmenistan is developing humanitarian aid program for Afghanistan for the years of 2020-2022, Trend reports with reference to the Turkmen Government. The document is being prepared in the context of the peaceful development of Afghanistan and was discussed at a government meeting, Turkmenistan State News Agency reported. The Rabatkashan-Kalainau border power line has also been commissioned to supply Turkmen electricity to the northern regions of

21 January 2020