KABUL (PAN): The Civil Society and Human Rights Network on Saturday voiced its concern over recent remarks of President Hamid Karzai regarding some media outlets, and denounced the statement as a bad message.
KABUL (PAN): A number of students on Tuesday rallied for naming the Kabul Education University after ex-president Prof. Burhanuddin Rabbani and underlined the need for continued training on the campus.
KABUL (PAN): The High Peace Council (HPC) on Sunday accused neighbouring countries of refusing to support the Afghan government’s reconciliation drive, saying that scholars from the Muslim world would meet soon on ways of making the campaign a success.
KABUL (PAN): The National United Front, opposing US military bases in Afghanistan, on Saturday asked the nation to be prepared for possible challenges after 2014, when most foreign combat troops would leave the country.
KABUL (PAN): The Chief Justice, the lower house speaker and the Meshrano Jirga chairman on Sunday asked President Hamid Karzai before leaving for the US to lodge a strong protest at the United Nations General Assembly over the profane movie mocking the Prophet Hazrat Mohammad (PBUH).
KABUL (PAN): Wolesi Jirga members on Saturday praised Foreign Minister Zalmai Rassoul for lodging a complaint with the United Nations National Security Council (UNSC) against cross-border attacks from Pakistan into eastern Afghan provinces.
KABUL/JALALABAD (PAN): The Ministry of Interior (MoI), calling Pakistani newspapers a conduit for Taliban propaganda, on Saturday announced banning their entry to the country in an attempt to block the Taliban from influencing public opinion via the press.