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محمود صیقل په بهرنیو چارو وزارت کې له کارکولو ډده وکړه

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(Last Updated On: April 14, 2019)

په ملګرو ملتونو کې د افغانستان پخواني استازي محمود صیقل د هېواد په بهرني او کورني سیاست کې د روانې بې تفاوتۍ او ګډوډۍ پر لامل په بهرنیو چارو وزارت کې له کار کولو ډډه کړې ده.

ښاغلي صیقل په خپل استعفا لیک کې څرګنده کړې، چې بې تفاوته کورني سیاست او حکومتدارۍ د هېواد پر بهرني سیاست او دیپلوماسۍ ناوړه اغېز رامنځته کړی دی.

نوموړي دا هم په ډاګه کړې، چې د بې تفاوتۍ او ګډوډۍ د له منځه وړلو لپاره یې د حکومت مشرانو ته وړاندیزونه هم کړي؛ خو له شپږ میاشتو راپدیخوا یې د حکومت مثبت ځواب ندی تر لاسه کړی.

په استعفا لیک کې راغلي؛ هیله من وم او هڅې مې هم وکړې، چې په کابل کې د کورني سیاست او حکومتدارۍ په اړه روڼ او ملي نظر رامنځته شي؛ خو په خواشینۍ، چې د یو لړ بېلابېلو دلایلو له مخې دا کار ونشو.

هغه لیکلي، چې ورځ تر بلې د چارو نوښت نورو تر لاسه کړ او په دیپلوماسۍ کې مو د بېلابېلو غبرګونونو تر څنګ  متضادې، ناڅرګندې او نامسلکي کړنې او هڅې رامنځته شوې.

ښاغلي محمود صیقل په بشپړ ټینګار څرګنده کړې، چې د هېواد د دیپلوماسۍ په ډګر کې د رښتیني ریفورم تر رامنځته کیدو پورې نشم کولی، چې له بهرنیو چارو وزارت سره خپله همکاري روانه وساتم.

د یادونې ده، چې محمود صیقل څلور کاله په ملګرو ملتونو کې د افغانستان د استازي په توګه کار کړی او تېر کال د نوموړي پرځای د بهرنیو چارو وزارت پخوانۍ مرستیاله عادله راز د دغې څوکۍ لپاره غوره شوه.

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Twitter disabled Trump’s video tribute to Floyd for copyright reasons

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Twitter has pulled down Donald Trump’s tribute video to George Floyd on its platform.

On a copyright complaint, Twitter has pulled down Donald Trump’s tribute video to George Floyd on its platform, news agencies report.

A Twitter representative has said, “We respond to valid copyright complaints sent to us by a copyright owner or their authorized representatives,”

The clip is said to be a collation of photos and videos of protest marches and instances of violence in the aftermath of Floyd’s death, with Trump’s voiceover.

The three-minute 45-second video is still on YouTube, with over 60,000 views and 13,000 likes – it was tweeted by Trump’s campaign on June 3.

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Afghanistan records highest Coronavirus death toll in single day

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Nine people have died of Coronavirus in Afghanistan in the past 24 hours, the Public Health Ministry.

In a statement released on Friday, the ministry said that three people in Balkh, two in Herat, two in Samangan, and two others in Kunduz lost life after suffering COVID-19.

According to the statement, 915 people were tested positive for the Coronavirus in the past 24 hours.

The cases were registered as follow: 423 in Kabul, 201 in Herat, 116 in Balkh, 29 in Kunduz, 23 in Kunar, 21 in Kandahar, 21 in Farah, 21 in Sar-e-Pul, 20 in Helmand, 15 in Samangan, 11 in Paktia, 7 in Nangarhar, 4 in Maidan Wardak, and three in Laghman, the statement said.

It brings the total affected people to 18,969 in Afghanistan.

Meanwhile, 178 people have recovered and fully discharged from the hospitals, bringing the total recoveries to 1,763, the ministry added.

So far, 309 people have died of the virus since its first case was detected in western Herat province.

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Facebook labels state-controlled media outlets

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Facebook – a social media giant – said Thursday that it would start labeling state-controlled media outlets on Facebook.

Facebook would reportedly add labels to the Facebook pages of Russia Today, Russia’s Sputnik, China’s Xinhua News, Iran’s Press TV, and the People’s Daily, among others, saying that these were state-controlled outlets.

The Company said in a statement, “We’re providing greater transparency into these publishers because they combine the influence of a media organization with the strategic backing of a state, and we believe people should know if the news they read is coming from a publication that may be under the influence of a government.”

The giant tech company would also block state-controlled media outlets from buying advertising in the US this summer ahead of the US presidential election in November without setting an exact date.

“State-controlled media outlets rarely advertise in the US. Nevertheless, later this summer we will begin blocking ads from these outlets in the US out of an abundance of caution to provide an extra layer of protection against various types of foreign influence in the public debate ahead of the November 2020 election in the US,” Facebook said.

Other outlets that are run independently, would not be included in the labeling, Facebook said.

It comes as the company has recently faced a backlash from its employees for not adding warning labels to comments from the U.S. president linked to the ongoing violence across the country.

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