Latest News for: Afghan radio


KSA will work to calm Pak-India tensions: Faisal

The News International 10 May 2021
ISLAMABAD ... "On relationship with India, I really want to commend what has been achieved recently of a calming of tensions and a ceasefire ... His remarks came during an interview telecast live on Radio Pakistan. Talking about the Afghan situation, he said Afghan peace was critical not only for Pakistan’s security, but also for the global security ... .

HRCP condemns carnage in Kabul

Urdu Point 10 May 2021
The incident is a grim reminder of the carnage wrought during the APS attack in Peshawar, Pakistan, in 2014 ... In March, three women who worked for a local Afghan radio and TV station were shot dead in Jalalabad ... ....

US begins formally withdrawing from Afghanistan

Taipei Times 01 May 2021
Afghan security forces were on high alert yesterday for any possible attacks on retreating US troops ... Afghan National Security Adviser Hamdullah Mohib said the Taliban “may choose war” in an attempt to grab power after US troops fully exit, but security forces are ready to face the insurgents.

Feature: Afghan female journalist defies security threats, launches news channel

Sina 19 Apr 2021
But Neda Sadeq Oghlo has defied security threats and she was brave enough to establish the radio-television channel Ghazal (means "loving poem") in Shiberghan, the capital city of Jawzjan province, two years ago ... I have no choice but to continue my job on a mission to expose problems of the Afghan society ...

Afghanistan inaugurates hydropower dam in western province

Xinhua 25 Mar 2021
KABUL, March 24 (Xinhua) -- Afghanistan's President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani on Wednesday inaugurated a key hydropower dam in the western province Nimroz, which is expected to boost economy and agriculture in the land-locked Asian country, the state-run National Radio Television Afghanistan (RTA) reported.

Breaking the mold: Landless Afghans turn to fungi farming

Arab News 20 Mar 2021
The 48-year-old Afghan mother-of-four said that she learned how to cultivate the fungi from the local radio and “decided to try it since it requires much less space, water and money to grow.” ... Since the Taliban’s ouster in 2001, Afghan women have regained the right to education, to vote and to work outside their homes.

The female Afghan tech entrepreneurs inspiring each other

Al Jazeera 15 Mar 2021
“When I was younger,” says Somaya, “I used to only fix car radios but now I help my father with big works also.”. Now 18, Somaya is the leader of the Afghan Girls Robotics Team – also known as the “Afghan Dreamers”, a name they gave themselves ... According to UNICEF, 3.7 million Afghan children are out of school, 60 percent of whom are girls.

Afghan Singer Afsana Nawabi Dies at 70 in Germany

Tolo News 14 Mar 2021
She performed live on Afghan radio and TV networks in the 1970s.

UNSC calls for violence reduction, an immediate end to targeted murders

Khaama Press 13 Mar 2021
The UN security council expressed concern regarding intensified and raged targeted attacks by the extremists despite the Afghan peace process ... Najbullah in an interview with Radio Nowruz said that Afghan politicians should mobilize and be united during the peace-building process.

International Women’s Day: Women 'choose to challenge' for a world of equal opportunities

Gulf News 08 Mar 2021
Dubai ... On the panel were Maz Hakim, a popular Afghan-Australian radio presenter who moderated the session, Heather Harries, founder of the Stop and Help initiative, Mariam Al Samadi, founder of DXBWomen, and Carolyn Yaffe, a psychotherapist at Medcare Camali Mental Health Clinic ... Never too late to dare ... Heather added ... Remove self-doubt ... She added ... .

With less US support, Afghanistan elite forces struggle to roll back Taliban advances

Stars and Stripes 07 Mar 2021
The militants have taken control of key highways and conducted operations aimed at choking off Afghan towns and cities ... At an outpost in Arghandab district, Afghan special forces officers juggle radios and smartphones to maintain communication with the Afghan control room back in Kandahar city, U.S.

IS claims killing of three women media workers in Afghanistan

Dawn 04 Mar 2021
The militant Islamic State (IS) group has claimed responsibility for the killing of three women working for a local radio and TV station in eastern Afgha­nistan, the latest episode in a spike in targeted killings across the war-torn country ... The IS claim, posted late on Tuesday, contradicted the Afghan government’s accusations against the Taliban.

IS claims killing of Afghan media staff

Taipei Times 03 Mar 2021
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said that the assaults, especially of women, were contrary to the teachings of Islam, Afghan culture and the spirit of peace ... Relatives carry the coffin of Sadia Sadat, one of three killed female employees of Enikass Radio and TV, at her funeral in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, yesterday.

Three women working for TV station killed in Afghanistan

Belfast Telegraph 03 Mar 2021
The so-called Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for the killing of three women working for a local radio and TV station in eastern Afghanistan ... Dozens of people gathered Wednesday for the funerals of the three women, who were employed by Enikass Radio and TV ... It is not the first attack against women working at Enikass Radio and TV.

IS claims killing of 3 female media workers in Afghanistan

Beaumont Enterprise 03 Mar 2021
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for the killing of three women working for a local radio and TV station in eastern Afghanistan, the latest in a spike in targeted killings across the war-tor country ... The IS claim, posted late Tuesday, contradicted the Afghan government's accusations against the Taliban.