An Afghan refugee doctor has recently been praised by the United Nations for treating patients with coronavirus in Pakistan. The doctor is named Salimeh Rahman. She is one of the front-line doctors fighting the Coronavirus virus, which provides services at the Holy Family Hospital in Rawalpindi. This is the second Afghan woman who is on the first headlines in the immigration world in this critical

12 April 2020

The Afghan embassy in Pakistan Announced in a statement on Friday night that 2 Afghan migrants had died in Peshawar and Pakistan Mardan were died of the coronavirus. Two other migrants in Pakistan are still infected with the coronavirus and taken to hospital for treatment, the statement said. Tens of thousands of people have arrived Afghanistan from Pakistan after the limited opening

12 April 2020

Rahmatullah Nabil, the former head of Afghanistan’s National Directorate of Security (NDS), wrote on his Twitter page on Saturday that Haji Mali Khan, Anas Haqqani’s uncle, was released during talks with the Taliban along with Anas Haqqani from Bagram Prison. They have returned to Pakistan and are directly overseeing Haqqani Network’s operations, logistics and organizational activities, so this is a violation

12 April 2020

The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) has announced that 34 positive cases of coronavirus have been reported in the country during the past 24 hours. An advisor of MoPH, Vahidullah Majrooh in a press conference said on Saturday that eight people in Herat, eight in Kabul, five in Kandahar, four in Balkh, four in Nimroz, two in Maidan Wardak, one in

11 April 2020

Officials at the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) say that with 40 new positive cases, the number of people infected with the coronavirus in the country has reached 484. The Minister of Public Health, Firuzuddin Firuz, said in a press conference on Thursday that 40 new cases, including nine in Kandahar province, have been recorded in the past

9 April 2020

Two weeks have passed since US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s unexpected visit to Kabul. Pompeo’s visit had a clear consequence that if there was no political agreement on power sharing in Kabul between Ghani and Abdullah, the United States would cut off $ 1 billion in aid to the Afghan government and cut another $ 1 billion next year. The issue

8 April 2020

After the outbreak of the coronavirus in Afghanistan, everyone is trying to help the people. Some have provided food to the disabled, others have produced and distributed masks to citizens, and a number of businessmen and homeowners have exempted renters from paying rent until the end of quarantine days. A resident of western Kabul wrote on his Facebook page that “we were exempted from

8 April 2020

The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) says 56 new cases of coronavirus were in the country during the past 24 hours. The spokesman of MoPH, Wahidullah Mayar said on Tuesday that the number of infected people contracted the coronavirus, include 27 in Herat, 12 in Kabul, 10 in Kandahar, five in Balkh and two in Nangarhar province. Coronavirus Spreads in 23 Provinces With the registration of

7 April 2020

After Hamed Karzai, Abdul Rab Rasul Sayyaf, Mohammad Karim Khalili and Mohammad Yunus Qanuni issued a joint statement calling on both sides of the political crisis (Mr. Ghani and Mr. Abdullah) to give more time; Abdullah Abdullah wrote on his Facebook page that “The country’s elders, who are trying to get out of the political crisis, are welcome, and we

6 April 2020

The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) says 30 positive cases have been reported in the past 24 hours. The spokesman of MoPH Vahidullah Mayar said Monday morning that the new cases would include 16 cases in Herat, 6 in Kabul, three in Nimroz, two in Kunduz, two in Faryab and one in Daikundi. Mayar noted that with the registration of these new cases, the number

6 April 2020