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Michael: Okay, you know what? I will not donate my winnings to Comic Relief, since apparently, it doesn't exist. I am going to donate to Afghanistanis with AIDS. Jim: The aid to Afghanistan? Michael: No, I mean Afghanistanis with AIDS. Phyllis: Afghani. Michael: What? Phyllis: Afghani. Michael: That's a dog. Pam: No, that's "afghan." Michael: That's a shawl. Dwight: Canine AIDS? Michae: No. Creed: Who has AIDS? Jim: Guys, the Afghanistanannis. Michael: Okay, you know what? No. No. AIDS is not funny. Believe me, I have tried.
Afghanistan has asked Qatar to help shut down Taliban’s office in the Arab state. Kabul made the demand amid a surge in violence by the Taliban in recent months. This report by Amin Alemi Press TV’s correspondent in Kabul tries to examine the hurdles in the Afghanistan peace process. Watch Live: http://www.presstv.com/live.html Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel Dailymotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/presstv
T/I: 10:11:04 The victorious Taliban militia justified the hanging of former Afghan president Najibulla in Kabul on Friday (27/9) by condemning him as a communist "murderer." A senior Taliban official said Najibullah was "unanimously" sentenced to death by religious scholars and the Taliban's central council for "violating" the rights of Afghan people. Najibullah was dragged out of the United Nations office where he had sheltered for the past four and a half years and was hanged on a public street. The fifty-year old former President had been under UN protection since sweeping victories by the Mujahadeen in 1992 ended his six-year iron rule under the patronage of the Soviets. Najibullah's government collapsed after a civil war led by Mujahedeen groups who have now been swept a...
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Our coworker returned from Afghanistan after a few months. This was how we welcomed him back!
There is still a debate about how many U.S. troops should remain in Afghanistan 15 years after 9/11. President Barack Obama plans to cut the number of troops by almost half. Reuters reporter Phil Stewart joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss what to expect as Obama’s term comes to an end.
Talented movie Director Kabir Khan (Kabul Express, Bajarangi Bhaijan, Phantom) talks passionately about his experience in Afghanistan when being Indian saved his life. Armed Afghan with hostile intentions sang "Mere Sapano Ki Raani Kab Ayegi Tu" instead when he said "Hindustan Hindustan". This is part of his interview in his promotional visit to Karachi. Link to the full interview. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jF2uT-SKL7c
On March 8, the Afghanistan Office marked International Women's Day with an interactive all-staff session with poetry, slideshows, discussions and speeches all celebrating and marking the achievements of women in Afghanistan. Discussions focused on the role of men and support, the challenges in striking a balance between studies, work and home, and the ways everyone can support girls and women in their daily activities in Afghanistan. Here's a short slideshow accompanied by poetry from one our wonderful colleagues from the Women's Empowerment Programme!
(23 Oct 2010) 1. Wreckage of bomb attack, smoking 2. Afghan soldier, with part of vehicle 3. SOUNDBITE (Dari) Dilawar Shah Dilawar, Herat provincial Deputy Chief of police: "One of the suicide attackers blew himself up and the other three were killed by police gunfire." 4. Various, Afghan forces at scene 5. Smoking wreckage 6. Various, Afghan security force outside the UN office 7. Street scene, with Afghan troops 8. Afghan troops, running down road 9. Various, Afghan troops in combat positions 10. Afghan soldier on armoured vehicle with mounted gun 11. Afghan soldier aiming rifle, smoke behind 12. Various, Afghan troops in combat positions 13. Helicopter circles over Afghan troop positions 14. Various, Afghan troops STORYLINE: A suicide car bomber and three armed m...
Colonel Abdul Fatah runs Kabul's busiest passport office. And he has earned a reputation - and many certificates from leaders and organizations—because he was overheard declaring to his employees that he would not tolerate corruption. But for him, it's not about awards, it's about properly getting the job done. He couldn't run his office efficiently with corruption, and his office is quite efficient-- turning out 250-300 passports a day. Although there are limitations-- no computers-- and some security weaknesses in the passport system, Col Fatah is happy to facilitate the travel of Afghans. NATO Homepage: http://www.nato.int
June 2015 / The documentary highlights UN Women mandate of advocating for gender equality while illustrating the efforts achieved under the three pillars programmatic approach and its sui generis structure in Afghanistan. Moreover, it seeks at concrete real cases by featuring successful beneficiary stories emphasizing the positive changes that these programmes brought not only for women but also for their community and to their society. Moreover it aims to raise awareness and stimulate policymakers and organizations to work towards women rights and promote gender equality in Afghanistan.