KABUL (PAN): Following reports of cutting in fuel provisions for the Afghan Security Forces by the US, the International Assistance Security Forces (ISAF) clarified on Monday there had been no stoppage in the delivery of requested fuel and it would continue to process all orders to the Afghan security forces.
KABUL (PAN): Meshrano Jirga chairman Fazl Hadi Muslimyar on Sunday clarified the upper house had not decided against mentioning words religion and Afghan in computerized national identity cards, saying there has been a misunderstanding in reporting the upper house’s decision.
KABBUL (PAN): An influential human rights watchdog on Sunday said war crimes and crimes against humanity continued to be committed in Afghanistan, citing a report by the prosecutor’s office of the International Criminal Court (ICC).
WASHINGTON (PAN): The US Deputy Secretary, Ashton Carter, made his last foreign trip to Afghanistan meeting his top military leaders stationed in the country and discussed the progress made in the war against terror.
KABUL (PAN): Key opposition leader Dr. Abdullah Abdullah has termed President Hamid Karzai’s new conditions for signing a vitally important security deal with the US until after next year’s elections as impractical and personal.
KABUL (PAN): UK’s first minister of faith, Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, has welcomed the improvement so far made in the lives of Afghan women, reiterating her country’s support for efforts at promoting their rights in Afghanistan.