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Trump campaign: Socialism dominated Nevada with Sanders win             Colorado National Guard Troops Deploy To Afghanistan             Pelosi slams Trumpís ídangerousí pick for intelligence chief             Macron says ínot sureí EU-UK trade deal possible before end of 2020             US national security adviser denies Russia boosting Trump reelection             Sanders claims big win in Nevada, tightens grip on Democratic race             Trump calls ex-top adviser John Bolton ítraitorí, seeks to block his book             Police uses water cannons to disperse Algerian protesters             Trump to discuss religious freedoms with Indian PM Modi in upcoming state visit             New Pakistan-Afghanistan Train Transports Goods             Abdullahís Campaign Head: íI Was Barred From Flightí             Defiant Abdullah Meets Politicians in Midst of Election Dispute             Study shows sharp increases in US alcohol deaths, especially among women             China reports sharp fall in new coronavirus cases, deaths             Turkey wants to return Syria to Ottoman Empire: Analyst            

Brad Pitt ridicules Senate vote to acquit Trump in Academy Awards speech

image1 US actor Brad Pitt accepts the award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for "Once upon a Time...in Hollywood" during the 92nd Oscars at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on February 9, 2020. (AFP photo) The...



New Pakistan-Afghanistan Train Transports Goods

Pakistan Railways inaugurated the Goods in Transit to Afghanistan (GITA), a train service that transports cargo from Pakistanís port city of Karachi to Chaman and Kandahar with nearly 35 containers, Pakistanís Daily Times reported on Saturday. Pakistan Railways Chairman Habib-ur-Rehman Gilani celebrated...




Study shows sharp increases in US alcohol deaths, especially among women

- Americans are drinking themselves to death at ever-increasing rates, with women in particular hitting the bottle hard, a new study shows. Alcohol-related deaths in the United States rose sharply from roughly 2012 through 2016, with the biggest increases among white and Latino women, according to a...




Protest against legalization of abortion in Colombia

Anti-abortion protesters gather in front of the Palace of Justice in Bogota to demonstrate against an expected debate in the countryís top court that would allow abortion in the first three months of pregnancy.   (Source: AFP)  




Jeff Bezos, worldís richest man, pledges $10 billion to tackle climate change

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos in Washington, US, on Sept. 19, 2019. - Copyright _ AP Photo/Pablo  _ Martinez Monsivais, File Amazon founder Jeff Bezos pledged on Monday to spend $10 billion (€9.2 billion) of his personal fortune to help tackle climate change. Bezos is the worldís richest person...




UN chief praises Iran, Pakistan for hosting Afghan refugees

Titled "40 Years of Afghan Refugees Presence in Pakistan: A New Partnership for Solidarity in Islamabad," this summit brought delegates from across the world. Prominent among them were the UN secretary general, the UN high commissioner for refugees, the Afghan second vice president, and the US special...




íMillionsí of Afghans Returning from Pakistan: Danish

Mohammad Sarwar Danish, the second vice president, at a conference on Afghan refugees in Islamabad on Monday said that millions of Afghans have returned home over the past five years from Pakistan and Iran. "Pakistan during that time (during the war in Afghanistan) was a haven for the Afghans," Danish...




UN Secretary-General follows ďcloselyĒ peace efforts Afghanistan

The UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in his visit to Pakistan, Sunday said that he was closely following the "vital peace efforts in Afghanistan to reduce violence, especially against civilians". The UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres went to Pakistan, Sunday to have a three-day visit from...




14 Rohingya die, dozens unaccounted for as boat sinks off Bangladesh

Rohingya refugee girls walk back to their makeshift houses after collecting relief aid in the Jamtoli refugee camp in Ukhia, Bangladesh, on December 11, 2019. (Photo by AFP) At least 14 people drowned and dozens more were unaccounted for after a boat carrying Rohingya refugees sank off southern Bangladesh...




Brad Pitt ridicules Senate vote to acquit Trump in Academy Awards speech

US actor Brad Pitt accepts the award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for "Once upon a Time...in Hollywood" during the 92nd Oscars at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California on February 9, 2020. (AFP photo) The impeachment trial of Donald Trump made it to the Oscars stage where Brad Pitt joked...




Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Foundation Explores Challenges and Solutions for Illiteracy, Open Registration for 1st Literacy Challenge Forum

The Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Knowledge Foundation (MBRF) revealed the agenda of the first Literacy Challenge Forum, held under the patronage of H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE, Ruler of Dubai, and directives from MBRF Chairman H.H. Sheikh...




UK cancer patients Ďleft in the darkí amid staff shortages

Nurse giving care to patient (Getty Images) Cancer patients in England are left uninformed and not given even basic information about their diseases and the potential side effects of their treatment because of staff shortages in the NHS, Macmillan Cancer Support has warned. Macmillan Cancer Support,...




Pakistan to Host Conference on Afghan Refugees

Pakistanís government in collaboration with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees will host an "international conference" to mark "40 years of Afghan Refugees Presence in Pakistan: A New Partnership for Solidarity", on 17-18 February, Pakistanís Foreign Office said in a statement on Sunday. The...




Afghan female athlete to leave the country after her dog shot dead by gunmen

Unknown gunmen shot ‘Asomaní to death on Friday evening while she was hiking with Sahba Barakzai and her family in Dasht-e-Hawz mountains, an area 20 KM north of Herat city. ‘Asomaní was the name of a 7-month old female Husky dog owned by Sahba Barakzai a female athlete and owner of a...




Three Afghans Arrested in India for Drug Trafficking

Indiaís narcotics authority has arrested six people, three of them Afghan nationals, from Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi on charges of trafficking 1.8 kg of heroin, The Times of India reported. The report said that the drugs were contained in 220 capsules that were found in the stomachs...




The little girl turning into stone: Seven-year-old suffers from incurable skin condition that makes her life ía living hellí

A young girl is facing íliving hellí because of a rare disorder which makes her skin appear like stone. Seven-year-old Rajeshwari, who lives in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh, suffers from an incurable condition called ichthyosis which causes her skin to become scaly. The rough blisters have covered...




2019 Was Deadly Year for Civilians: AIHRC

The Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) in a new report said that 2019, like previous years, once again was a deadly year for Afghan civilians despite ongoing peace efforts to end the 18-year-old war. The report indicates that 86,823 civilians, including women and children, were...




Texas oil spill restarts after previous containment: US Coast Guard

A crude oil spill near Baytown, Texas, has restarted after earlier being contained, US Coast Guard officials said in an updated statement on Sunday. About 630 gallons of diesel fuel spilled in Tabbs Bay and approximately one mile (1.6 km) of shoreline has been affected, officials said. The cause...




Trump says US has íshut downí coronavirus threat; China shuns US help

The United States has taken decisive action to protect Americans from the threat of a fast-moving coronavirus while offering help to China, President Donald Trump said on Sunday, but a key adviser said Beijing had not accepted the offers of assistance. Trump appeared to downplay concerns about the...




Womenís Affairs Ministry Reports 51 Abuse Cases Over 11 Months

The Ministry of Womenís Affairs has registered 51 cases of violence against women in the past 11 months (since January 2019), which is a slight increase from the previous year. The deputy minister of womenís affairs for policy, Spozhmai Wardak, said the cases include murder, beating, rape, inciting...




US declares coronavirus a public health emergency

The Trump administration on Friday declared a public health emergency over the coronavirus outbreak and said it would take the extraordinary step of barring entry to the United States of foreign nationals who have traveled to China. Starting on Sunday, U.S. citizens who have traveled to China’s...




Warning shots fired as refugees rush Serbiaís border with Hungary

A Hungarian security officer fired three warning shots early on Tuesday after about 60 migrants tried to force their way through a checkpoint on the European Union (EU) member stateís southern border with Serbia, police said. No one was wounded in the incident, spokeswoman Szilvia Szabo said. Police...




Kapisa Man Killed by Brother Over Football Match

A man in the central province of Kapisa was stabbed to death by his brother in an argument related to a football match between two well-known European clubs on Saturday evening, the provincial police confirmed. The two men were supporters of two different teams - Barcelona and Valencia - which had...




20 people wounded in grenade attack at wedding party Ė Khost

At least 20 people were wounded after unknown armed men threw grenades at a wedding party in Khost province, police confirmed. Adil Haidari, a spokesman for Khost police told Ariana News that the incident occurred Saturday night in Alsher district of the province. The officials said the explosions...




Afghanistan Again Among Top Corrupt Countries: Watchdog

Transparency International released its Corruption Perception Index 2019 on Thursday, and the organization ranked Afghanistan among the top 10 most corrupt countries in the world. The report states that anti-corruption efforts have not made progress in the country since 2018. Based on the index,...




Hundreds evacuated as flooding threaten homes in southern France as Storm Gloria hits

"The river will come into my house. I have to leave," said an anxious resident from Saint-Paul-de-Fenouillet, in the Pyrénées-Orientales. Homeowners are anxiously watching rising river levels in the wake of Storm Gloria which has barrelled through the south of France. The Agly and Aude...




US: Iranians no longer eligible for trade, investment visas

The US Citizenship and Immigration Services agency has announced that Iranian nationals will no longer be eligible for E-1 and E-2 trade and investment visas. According to a statement released on Wednesday by USCIS, the decision was made following the termination of the 1955 Treaty of Amity, Economic...




Study finds London has become a city for the elites

The British capital, London, is now prohibitively expensive for people from less affluent backgrounds, a charity claims. The stunning claim is made by the Sutton Trust, an education charity established in 1997. The claims are based on a study - commissioned by the charity - entitled Elites in the...




Turkey to help Afghanistan develop its insurance sector

The Afghanistan General Directorate of Insurance Affairs (GDIA) has signed a memorandum of understanding with Turkeyís General Directorate of Insurance (GDI) to Assist Afghanistan in developing its insurance sector, an official said. Mosa Kamawi, the head of Afghanistan Insurance Affairs told Khaama...




On the move: Conflict, refugee returns fuel Afghanistan displacement

Nearly one million people were on the move in Afghanistan last year, displaced by conflict and disasters or pushed home from neighbouring countries, according to new UN figures. The tally underscores how conflict and migration continue to drive humanitarian needs in Afghanistan, even as new uncertainties...




Ghani Calls For Investigation of Kabul Family Murder

President Ashraf Ghani on Monday called for "serious" investigations 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...




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