The 3rd Book Exhibition which opened recently to mark Book Week and Book Reading in Babur Shah Book Center was over here yesterday.
Some 200 religious scholars have issued a Fatwa (decree) against suicide attacks and termed them unlawful under Islamic law.
Security officials, civil society members and residents of Kabul gathered Sunday at the Sardar Mohammad Daud Khan Hospital to donate blood for injured Afghan National Security Force (ANDSF) troops.
In a discussion at the House of Balkh poets and fiction writers, a female fiction writer, Miss Zahra Alipor, summarized the last version of her latest fiction story and asked other writers for their thoughts and opinions. Zahra’s story tells the tale of an Afghan girl and encapsulates the difficulties of women in Afghanistan and their struggles.
World Press Freedom Day was marked in Afghanistan today with speeches and awards to journalists who produced top reports on key issues affecting the lives of Afghans.
In order to promote the culture of reading, more than 3,000 newspapers and magazines were distributed to passersby in the capital Kabul on Wednesday.