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PIA runs first chartered commercial flight to Afghanistan             Afghan Education Ministry to Modify Curriculum             6 in 10 Americans say US ígone off on wrong trackí: Poll             US Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman: America would work with Taliban on Daesh-K             US lawlessness, Europe inaction responsible for status quo surrounding JCPOA: Iran FM             After Ida, small recovery signs amid daunting destruction             McConnell: Biden not going to be removed from office             Fighting Continues Between Taliban, Resistance Forces             Taliban Expected to Announce New Govt Soon             Biden Defends Decision to Withdraw From Afghanistan             Taliban accuse US of destroying equipment including helicopters             Qatar warns isolating Taliban could further destabilize Afghanistan             India announces first formal meeting with Taliban             Pentagon: China will soon surpass Russia as top nuclear threat             US warns citizens to Ďimmediatelyí leave Kabul airport            


IMF Blocks Afghanistanís Access to Emergency Reserves

image1 The International Monetary Fund has suspended Afghanistanís access to IMF resources, including around $440 million in new monetary reserves, due to a lack of clarity over the countryís government after the Taliban...



IMF Blocks Afghanistanís Access to Emergency Reserves

The International Monetary Fund has suspended Afghanistanís access to IMF resources, including around $440 million in new monetary reserves, due to a lack of clarity over the countryís government after the Taliban took control of Kabul, Reuters reported on Thursday. The IMFís announcement came amid...




Economic espionage

The Israeli firm NSO is grappling with the fallout of a vast electronic espionage scandal. It turns out that it spied on many politicians, media personnel and business executives, without their knowledge. Not surprisingly, many people are angry. In this edition of Economic Divide, we will look at the...




US calls on OPEC and its allies to pump more oil

In this file photo pump jacks operate near Loco Hills on April 23, 2020 in Eddy County, New Mexico. (AFP photo) US President Joe Bidenís top aides are pressuring OPEC and its allies to boost oil output to tackle rising gasoline prices that they see as a threat to global economic recovery. Bidenís national...




Production not affected after fire at Iranian petrochemical plant

This file photo shows a view of the Kharg Petrochemical Complex in the Persian Gulf. There were no casualties from a fire that broke out at a storage tank in a petrochemicals plant on Iranís Persian Gulf island of Kharg on Tuesday, the companyís spokesman says. According to the Iranian Ministry of...




Taliban collecting 200 million AFN daily from captured border posts

Some members of Afghanistanís Wolesi Jirga (Lower House of Parliament) said on Sunday that more than 60% of customs revenue is now being collected by the Taliban after they captured border crossings. MPís said this amounts to about 200 million AFN a day. The financial and budget commission of the...




UK petrol prices hit eight-year high, with more rises expected

Drivers queue for petrol at a service station in Boroughbridge, northern England, June 13, 2008. (Reuters photo) British motorists are being hit in the pocket as petrol prices reach an eight-year high following nine successive months of spikes, according to latest RAC figures. The increases in petrol...




US renews sanctions waiver for Iraq to import Iranian energy

Washington extends Iraq sanction waiver so the country can continue to import energy from Iran. The United States has allowed Iraq to continue to import gas and electricity from Iran until the start of December as part of Washingtonís temporary waivers from sanctions imposed on Iran since 2018. An...




Anti-corruption efforts need to be stepped up: UN report

Stepping up ongoing efforts to address corruption in Afghanistan remains critical, the UN said Wednesday in a new report. UNAMAís fifth annual anti-corruption report, titled "Afghanistanís Fight against Corruption: Stepping up integrity, transparency and accountability," finds that Afghanistan has...




UK government failing to Ďreshoreí jobs from overseas: Labour

The City of London financial district is seen with office skyscrapers commonly known as íCheesegraterí, íGherkiní and íWalkie Talkieí seen in London, Britain, January 25, 2018. (Reuters photo) The British government has been sharply criticized by Labour over its failure to help businesses "reshore"...




Iranís July exports steady as OPEC pumps record crude: Report

Iranís July crude output remains steady despite a major surge in production by OPEC members. Iran has pumped steady amount of crude in July despite a 15-month record production reported by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), a survey shows. Reuters news agencyís analysis of...




Nearly 6 in 10 Americans blame Bidenís policies for inflation spike: Poll

A shopkeeper works inside his retail store as the phase one reopening of New York City continues during the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the Brooklyn borough of New York City, New York, US June 9, 2020. (Reuters photo) Almost 6 in 10 Americans say that policies adopted by the...




650,000 UK firms in Ďserious financial distressí despite ending of lockdown: Experts

People walk past shops, as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) restrictions begin to ease, in Manchester, Britain, April 9, 2021. (Reuters photo) The number of British businesses in immense financial distress has soared by a quarter to 650,000 during the past year, according to insolvency specialists. Begbies...




Government Stops Budget to Development Projects

The government has stopped all procurement processes and the budget for development projects due to a reduction in its revenues and an increase in expenses of the security forces, the Ministry of Finance said. The ministry said that based on the decision, the budget for "optional projects" has been...




Boeing 777X írealisticallyí wonít win certification approval before mid-2023: US FAA

A Boeing 777X airplane takes off during its first test flight from the companyís plant in Everett, Washington, US January 25, 2020. (Reuters photo) The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has told Boeing Co. that its planned 777X would not receive approval for an important step in the certification...




Business group urges Biden to lift Europe travel ban, revive economies

EU countries have reopened their borders to Americans who are vaccinated or test negative for COVID-19, but the United States has not reciprocated. The Biden administration is under pressure from a major business group and diplomats to scrap a travel ban on Europeans, as investment from the continent...




Iran turns a corner with production from giant oil layer

An Iranian company has begun production from an offshore oilfield in the Persian Gulf. (Photo by Shana) An Iranian company has started oil production from the Asmari layer of the Abuzar field for the first time, marking a new milestone in the countryís sprawling petroleum industry. Despite having...




US unveils criminal charges against two Israelis in insider trader scheme

File photo of Audrey Strauss, acting US Attorney for the Southern District of New York US prosecutors in New York City have revealed criminal charges against two Israeli traders for illegal trading in several biotechnology and healthcare companies in connection with a sprawling international insider...




Developer officially cancels Keystone XL pipeline project blocked by Biden

A TC Energy pump station sits behind mounds of dirt from the Keystone XL crude oil pipeline as it lies idle near Oyen, Alberta, Canada February 1, 2021. (Reuters photo) The Canadian pipeline company that had long sought to build the Keystone XL pipeline has announced it officially terminated the project...




Afghanistan and Turkmenistan to sign marble export agreement

Minister of Foreign Affairs Mohammad Haneef Atmar and Foreign Minister of Turkmenistan Rashid Meredov, have discussed Afghanistan exporting marble to Turkmenistan. In a statement issued by the Afghan foreign ministry, MoFA said the Afghan delegation provided comprehensive information to their Turkmen...




US worker shortage is real and getting worse by the day: Chamber of Commerce

The US labor short is a "national economic emergency" that is getting worse by the day, the Chamber of Commerce said. The US labor shortage is holding back the countryís economic recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the US Chamber of Commerce. The labor shortage is hitting industries...




US manufacturers blame Trump-era tariffs for swelling inflation: WSJ

Steel pipes being loaded for export in Handan, China, in April. (Photo via The Wall Street Journal) American manufacturers believe that the Trump-era import tariffs are to blame for swelling inflation across the United States, a report says. The administration of former president Donald Trump implemented...




Chinese consortium meets with Ghani over $400 million power project

A group of Chinese investors met with President Ashraf Ghani on Saturday to discuss the possibility of establishing a coal-fired power plant in the country. The Presidential Palace (ARG) said in a statement the group plans to invest $400 million in the energy-generating project. The plan is for the...




HSBC exits loss-making US retail banking as part of Asia pivot

An HSBC bank is pictured during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic in the Manhattan borough of New York City, New York, US, October 19, 2020. (Reuters photo) HSBC (HSBA.L) announced it is withdrawing from US mass market retail banking by selling some parts of the money-losing business and...




UK wonít commit to halting new oil exploration despite climate report

A section of the BP Eastern Trough Area Project (ETAP) oil platform is seen in the North Sea, about 100 miles east of Aberdeen in Scotland, February 24, 2014. (Reuters photo) The United Kingdom will not commit to halting new oil exploration in the North Sea, a government energy body told Reuters,...




Biden says Nord Stream 2 sanctions waived because pipeline nearly done & fighting it now would be Ďcounterproductiveí with allies

FILE PHOTO: Workers are seen at the construction site of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, near the town of Kingisepp, in Russiaís Leningrad region. © Reuters / Anton Vaganov US President Joe Biden has claimed that he took office too late to stop the Nord Stream 2 pipeline linking Russia and Germany,...




World Bee Day: Depending on the survival of bees

The UN General Assembly has designated May 20 as World Bee Day to raise awareness of the importance of bees, support for beekeeping and the effects of bee pollination on sustainable development of agriculture and food supply. According to the UN, bees are under threat. Present species extinction rates...




Iran marks milestone by sending oil to terminal on Sea of Oman

The Goureh-Jask oil pipeline is about to carry 1 million barrels per day (bpd) of crude from Iranís West Karun oil fields to the southeastern coast on the Sea of Oman. Iran has started sending oil to a new terminal on the Sea of Oman through a pipeline that bypasses the Strait of Hormuz, Chief Executive...




Cryptocurrencies lose nearly $280 BILLION in value after bitcoin drops below $40,000

Bitcoin fell sharply to below $39,000 on Wednesday, its lowest level since February, as news of further restrictions on cryptocurrency transactions in China sparked another major selloff. The worldís number one digital asset bounced back to just above $40,000 as of 8am GMT, but was still trading 11%...




BLM co-founder blasts Ďwhite supremacyí in housing market after $3 million property spending spree

FILE PHOTO: Co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement, Patrisse Cullors, attending the 90th Academy Awards in Hollywood, California, March 4, 2018 © Reuters / Carlo Allegri A co-founder of Black Lives Matter, Patrisse Cullors, has highlighted the "history of racism inside of the housing market,"...




Gates left Microsoft board amid probe into prior relationship with staffer: WSJ

Microsoft founder Bill Gates (AFP photo) Bill Gates quit the Microsoft Corp. board in 2020 over an inappropriate relationship with a female employee, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday. The board members pressured Gates to step down as they began an investigation in 2019 after a female engineer...




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UN seeks $600 million to avert Afghanistan humanitarian crisis

PIA runs first chartered commercial flight to Afghanistan

Afghan Education Ministry to Modify Curriculum

6 in 10 Americans say US ígone off on wrong trackí: Poll

US Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman: America would work with Taliban on Daesh-K

US lawlessness, Europe inaction responsible for status quo surrounding JCPOA: Iran FM

After Ida, small recovery signs amid daunting destruction

McConnell: Biden not going to be removed from office

Fighting Continues Between Taliban, Resistance Forces

Taliban Expected to Announce New Govt Soon

Biden Defends Decision to Withdraw From Afghanistan

Taliban accuse US of destroying equipment including helicopters

Qatar warns isolating Taliban could further destabilize Afghanistan

India announces first formal meeting with Taliban

Pentagon: China will soon surpass Russia as top nuclear threat

US warns citizens to Ďimmediatelyí leave Kabul airport

US strikes Daesh after deadly Kabul attack

Panjshir: Massoud Wants to Talk But Ready to Fight

UK says has evacuated over 7,000 people from Afghanistan

OIC holds emergency meeting on Afghanistan

RSF presses Biden to evacuate journalists

Taliban to unveil new Afghan govt framework within weeks, official says

Greece completes wall extension on border as Afghan migrant fears grow

Biden Vows to íMobilize Every Resourceí for Evacuations

Afghan Women to Taliban: íInclude Us In Your Govtí

Taliban seeks intíl assistance for rebuilding Afghanistan

EUís Borrell says Taliban takeover of Afghanistan biggest event since Crimea

Pentagon DOES NOT KNOW how many Americans are still in Afghanistan, or how many were among the 7,000 evacuated so far

Terrorist blast kills at least two people in Somali capital

Taliban call on the world to recognize their movement

Turkey Still Aims to Maintain Kabul Airport Security: Erdogan

IMF Blocks Afghanistanís Access to Emergency Reserves

Taliban Says Governing Structure May Include Council

Biden seeks ways to speed up evacuations from Afghanistan

Afghan Female Journalists Ask Taliban for Right to Work

Biden should take peopleís money seriously and question Afghan military top brass (including Ghani) who gave them orders not to fight Taliban

Ghaniís remarks spark widespread reaction

Afghan delegation meets with Pakistanís prime minister

Ross Wilson says reports of US embassy closing are not true

Taliban spokesman Mujahid holds first press conference in Kabul


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