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Polio is a wild virus, to fight it there is a dire need of two drops of anti-polio vaccine. Children needed to be immunized against this virus to protect and ensure that they remained healthy. The parents and caregivers have to stay vigilant to ensure that children below the age of five were vaccinated against this crippling disease.

 

Afghanistan saffron is best in the world. The word saffron goes back as far as 10,000 years. Saffron is said to be derived from the world “Zarparan” in Dari which means a flower with its stigma valued at the same price as gold.

 

Freedom of expression is the basic right of every Afghan to articulate their opinions, ideas and views without fear of government or terrorists. Under the article 19th of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, freedom of expression had been recognized as the human right for all around the globe. 

 

Once again fear on the endemic corruption, particularly, over the issue of land-grabbing by powerful figures has been escalated as officials showed concern over the evil practice of land-grabbing. Before to jump to other outlook, hereby, asking straightly the land mafias to return the stolen lands, as nothing is worse than robber on the very daylight. Without bend or curve you (land mafia) is claiming something which is not yours by law. 

 

 

Journalists around the globe are busy in collecting, writing or distributing news or other current information to the public, and also directly and indirectly to the government officials to resolve the issue if there is any problem. A journalist’s work is called journalism.

 

Identity card is a national identity, document issued to citizens of a country everywhere around the globe. Tazkira (National Identity Card) is a recognized proof of our identity, citizenship and residence.

 

Identity card is a national identity, document issued to citizens of a country everywhere around the globe. Tazkira (National Identity Card) is a recognized proof of our identity, citizenship and residence.

 

From 2001-present, hundreds of civilian have been killed and wounded due to war-related violence in Afghanistan, where peace and stability still seems a distant dream.

 

 

Undoubtedly in the past years, hundreds of millions of dollars had been spent to promote health sector in the country, in which, hundreds of hospitals and private clinics either repaired or newly constructed across the country.

 

 

Copying with drug production and drug addicts is an overwhelming challenge for the Afghan government.

 


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