Massive protests erupted in Saada and Sanaa, the major cities of Yemen, as hundreds of thousands of Yemeni citizens voiced their outrage over the recent attacks carried out by the United States and the United Kingdom.
Thomas West, the US special representative for Afghanistan affairs, has informed the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees about the country's 77 million dollar donation to support Afghan refugees in Pakistan.
Marks Potzel, the political deputy of the UNAMA office in Afghanistan, during a trip to Panjshir province and in a meeting with Hafiz Mohammad Agha Hakim, the governor of this province, said that the people of Afghanistan are fed up with the battles and are no longer in favor of war.
Some political figures of the country say that in twenty years of the military presence of NATO member countries, especially the United States, thousands of Afghans were killed and injured in Afghanistan, therefore NATO member countries should pay compensation to the affected families.
On the second anniversary of the return to power of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA), deputy foreign minister for political affairs, said that, education is the right of men and women, but states religious scholars have different opinions.
In a meeting with the officials and Mujahidin of the Special Division of Forces of Afghanistan, Deputy Prime Minister of the Islamic Emirate, said, the enemies of Islam never want a pure Islamic system to rule and last in Afghanistan.
Indian Prime Minister in his recent state visit of the United States has garnered praise and sparked debates for various reasons. However, one aspect that has received scant attention is the discussion held between the two leaders about Afghanistan.
During a rare visit to Beijing by US secretary of state Antony Blinken, China and the United States agreed yesterday to stabilize their intense rivalry so it does not veer into conflict, but failed to produce any major breakthrough.