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Most Dangerous Daesh Group Arrested in Kabul: NDS




(Last Updated On: September 12, 2019)

The most ‘dangerous Daesh network’  was arrested by the National Directorate of Security (NDS) in Kabul city .

The arrested individuals were identified as  Mohammad Sharif with alias name of (Ajmal, Nasir, and Jaffar), Abdul Wahid and Saber Khan.

In a statement released on Thursday September 12, the NDS said that the group was involved in 29 deadly attacks in Kabul city.

The group has confessed the following attacks in the city:

 1. Mortar attacks on the Presidential Palace on the Eid-ul-Fitr Day

2. Prepared five suicide attackers attacked National Army compounds in Qambar Circle

3.  Firing a BM21 missile from 500-Family area of Kabul on the US embassy

4. Transferring a suicide attacker in Shashdarak area of Kabul and launching an attack on the journalists

5. Masterminding suicide attack on Pul-e-Mahmoud Khan

6. Plotting suicide attack on graduates of Marshal Mohammad Qasim Fahim Defense University

7. Launching mortar attack on Musala of Shaheed Mazari

8. Plotting suicide attack on protestors in Shahr-e-Naw park

9. Launching attack on Ustad Mohaqiq house

10. Plotting attack on a minibus of the students in Silo road

11. Plotting attack on employees of the ministry of Hajj and pilgrimage affairs in Baraki square


13. Plotting attack on the camp of protesting female candidates

14. Plotting attack on the diplomates of the ministry of foreign affairs

15. Plotting suicide attack on Imam Zaman mosque in PD11 of Kabul

16. Plotting suicide attack on protestors near the election commission

17. Plotting second attack on protestors in Shahr-e-Naw park in Kabul

18. Plotting mine attack on Mufti Noman, one of the country’s scholars in Shakar Dara district of Kabul

19. Plotting attack on Enlightening Movement protestors in Deh Mazang Square in Kabul

20. Plotting attack on a car carrying Nepali nationals in Pul-e-Charkhi area of Kabul

21. Transferring suicide attacker on mourners of Muharram in Karte-Sakhi Shrine

22. Plotting suicide attack on Haji Ramazan

23.  Plotting suicide attack on Iraqi embassy in Kabul

24.  Plotting attack on foreign forces in 4th Mikrorayan

25.  Planting mines in the airport road in front of the ministry of interior

26. Plotting suicide attack on Sardar Mohammad Daud Khan hospital in Kabul

27. Plotting attack on a gathering of Jamiat-e-Islami in Khai Khana area of Kabul

28. Plotting suicide attack on police HQ in PD13 of Kabul

29. Launching rocket attack on Kabul airport and the US embassy

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Mine blast kills district police chief – Paktia




(Last Updated On: June 3, 2020)

An Afghan security official was killed in a mine blast in Paktia province, local officials confirmed.

Sharif Kaliwal, district governor of Sayid Karam in Paktia, told Ariana News that Homayoun Himat police commander for Sayid Karam was killed in a mine blast on Tuesday.

Himat’s vehicle hit a roadside mine in the district while he was on his way to supply a police outpost that came under attack by the Taliban.

According to Kaliwal, three policemen were also killed and four others wounded in the blast.

The official said that the Afghan forces have also imposed casualties to the Taliban militants but he did not provide further details. The Taliban yet to comment in this regard.

No group or individual including the Taliban militant group has claimed responsibility for the explosion.

Paktia is among the insecure provinces in the east part of the country where the Taliban insurgents are actively operating in a number of its districts.

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Unprecedented growth in watermelon harvest – Farah




(Last Updated On: June 2, 2020)

This year, more than 789,000 tons of watermelon will be harvested in Farah province.

The Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock said that the figure is up 6 percent compared to that of last year.

Officials at the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock say that this year’s watermelon harvest in Farah province will be 789,400 metric tons. According to the officials, about 19,000 hectares of land have been cultivated  for watermelon in Farah province this year.

Meanwhile, a number of farmers in Farah province are worried about the lack of markets for the watermelon products.

They say that if there is no market, their products will be wasted.

This comes as a number of farmers in the province say that if the government doesn’t support the marketing of watermelon products in this province, their products will be destroyed this year.

Officials in the Chamber of Commerce and Investment have criticized the government, saying that the Ministry of Commerce should have previously marketed domestic products.

According to them, the government’s negligence will discourage farmers from producing crops.

They say South Asian countries are the best market for watermelon, but claim that Pakistan has blocked the export of the product to a number of countries.

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Dr. Ayaz Niazi killed in mosque explosion – Kabul




(Last Updated On: June 2, 2020)

At least two people – including Mohammad Ayaz Niazi, imam of Wazir Akbar Khan mosque – were killed and three others wounded in a bomb blast inside a mosque in Kabul city, the Interior Ministry confirmed.

Tariq Arian, a spokesman for the Interior Ministry said that the explosion took place at around 7:25 p.m. in Wazir Akbar Khan mosque while people were gathered for evening prayers.

Mohammad Ayaz Niazi, imam of the mosque also lost his life in the attack, the official added.

All the injured individuals have been taken to hospital.

According to the ministry, police defused another bomb at the attack scene.

Meanwhile, the Presidential Palace condemned the “terror attack,” saying attacks on mosques, hospitals, and other civilian sites are anti-humanitarian act.

No group or individual has claimed responsibility for the attack.


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