• Tahawol: 10th Herat Security Dialogue in Tajikistan discussed

    (Last Updated On: November 29, 2022)

  • Monday’s Matches: A thrilling day of 14 goals across four fixtures

    Monday’s World Cup turned out to be a thrilling day for fans who were treated to a total of 11 goals in the first two fixtures of the day. In the opening game, Cameroon came from behind to draw 3-3 with Group G rivals Serbia; then Ghana won the second match of the day, defeating […] The post Monday’s Matches: A thrilling day of 14 goals across four fixtures first appeared on Ariana News.

  • Saar: Pakistani delegation’s visit to Kabul discussed

    (Last Updated On: November 29, 2022)

  • Pakistan’s new army chief takes charge of military

    Pakistan’s Army Chief of Staff Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa stepped down Tuesday and handed over the reigns to the country’s former spy chief Gen. Asim Munir, after leading the military for six years. The army, which wields huge influence in Pakistan, continues to fight local and foreign militants on its home soil. Analysts say one […] The post Pakistan’s new army chief takes charge of military first appeared on Ariana News.

  • Rumors fly that Apple iPhone 15 series to come with a new design

    It’s been a couple of months since Apple released the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro series smartphones in the market but the rumors and leaks for the next-generation iPhone 15 lineup have already started surfacing online. Reports have emerged that the new Apple iPhone 15 series will come with a new design language, something […] The post Rumors fly that Apple iPhone 15 series to come with a new design first appeared on Ariana News.

  • Sanctions undermine supply of vital aid to Afghanistan: ICRC

    Sanctions imposed on the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) have undermined the supply of vital humanitarian aid to the country, Martin Schuepp, director of operations of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), said. “For the moment we are continuing to operate. I think one of the important challenges is indeed the sanctions that […] The post Sanctions undermine supply of vital aid to Afghanistan: ICRC first appeared on Ariana News.

  • Pakistani delegation meets IEA officials, mutual interests discussed

    A meeting was held between visiting Pakistani delegation led by Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Hinna Rabbani Khar and Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) officials on Tuesday, where various issues were discussed including the matter of Afghans in Pakistani prisons. The meeting took place at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and was chaired by […] The post Pakistani delegation meets IEA officials, mutual interests discussed first appeared on Ariana News.

  • Sunday’s matches: Morocco stun Belgium 2-0, Croatia win 4-1, Germany draw 1-1 with Spain

    Sunday saw a clash of two World Cup titans when Spain took on Germany, in a match that could have sent the Germans home from the tournament early had they suffered another defeat. Two other European teams were also in action: Belgium against Morocco, while Croatia played Canada. Morocco 2 – 0 Belgium In the […] The post Sunday’s matches: Morocco stun Belgium 2-0, Croatia win 4-1, Germany draw 1-1 with Spain first appeared on Ariana News.

  • Tahawol: IEA’s assurance of upholding human rights discussed

    (Last Updated On: November 28, 2022)

  • Saar: World’s policy towards IEA discussed

    (Last Updated On: November 28, 2022)

  • Saudi aid center chief meets Uzbek special envoy for Afghanistan

    King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) head, Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, met with the Special Representative of the President of Uzbekistan for Afghanistan Ismatulla Irgashev at the center’s headquarters on Sunday to discuss issues relating to the humanitarian situation in Afghanistan. According to the Arab News, Al-Rabeeah and the Uzbek official discussed issues of […] The post Saudi aid center chief meets Uzbek special envoy for Afghanistan first appeared on Ariana News.

  • Afghanistan exports biscuits to Kazakhstan

    The first shipment of Afghanistan-made biscuits, a product of a private factory in Balkh province, was exported to Kazakhstan on Monday through the port of Haritan on the Uzbekistan border. Head of the Allah Shakur biscuit company, Allah Shakur Qanaat Bakhsh, said: “The first export shipment consists of four types of biscuits.” He said the […] The post Afghanistan exports biscuits to Kazakhstan first appeared on Ariana News.