BLOODY WEEK OF AFGHANS; MORE THAN 50 PEOPLE KILLED AND  AROUND 100 INJURED IN VARIOUS ATTACKS ACROSS THE COUNTRY

Attack in Kabul killed 38 people include civilians and NDS officials and wounded 86 other. Hours later, explosion killed 12 including five UEA diplomats and dozens wounded in southern city Kandahar on Tuesday, according to officials. Suicide bomber attacked on Parliament building and National Directorate Security (NDS) in Durl-aman Road, Kabul on evening Tuesday.  According…

Cost of development in Afghanistan; inequality grown

Afghanistan has developed in education and health sectors, and also accessing to basic welfare, but inequality has also grown in comparison different provinces of the country, according to Finance ministry of Afghanistan. Ministry of finance in cooperation with census administration office, and World Bank released public welfare evaluation report during a press conference. With the…

OUR LITTLE MISS

Our Little Miss has to wake up in the early morning to go somewhere nobody wants to go. As she opens her eyes, another horrible day waits for her, another day in the society and in the world want to host her, and another day the graveyard wants to see her. Our Little Miss has…

THE U.S. LIKELY CAUSED 30 CIVILIAN CASUALTIES IN KUNDUZ, AFGHANISTAN

US air to ground engagement in the recent Kunduz clash likely caused 30 civilian casualties, according to USFOR-A. “An initial investigation has determined that efforts near Kunduz Nov 3 to defend Afghan National Defense and Security Forces likely resulted in civilian casualties.” said USFOR-A press statement. US Force-Afghanistan released statement regarding the recent clash between…

INSECURITY; ANOTHER ROADBLOCK FOR AFGHAN WOMEN

  Insecurity is roadblock for women in Afghanistan, where is the worst place in the world to be a women, to enter public life and move the male dominate society toward gender equality, according to SIGAR quarter report. “Deep-rooted cultural traditions and a persistent insurgency continue to threaten the physical safety and health of Afghan…