The War in Afghanistan (or the American war in Afghanistan) is the period in which the United States invaded Afghanistan after the September 11 attacks. Supported initially by close allies, they were later joined by NATO beginning in 2003. It followed the Afghan Civil War's 1996–2001 phase. Its public aims were to dismantle al-Qaeda and to deny it a safe base of operations in Afghanistan by removing the Taliban from power. Key allies, including the United Kingdom, supported the U.S. from the start to the end of the phase. This phase of the War is the longest war in United States history.
Afghanis-tan(あふがにすタン,Afuganisu-tan, see note on name below) or Afghanistan is a Japanese yonkomamanga, originally published as a webcomic, by Timaking (ちまきing). It is also the name of the heroine of the manga. The manga is nicknamed Afgan(あふがん,Afugan)
Chairman Senate held a detailed discussion with Speaker Ghalibaf on a wide range of regional and international issues, including Afghanistan, middle East and JCPOA. Formation of border markets to facilitate trade between the two countries was appreciated during the meeting ... ....
"LeavingAfghanistan, the Americans state that their ... "A stable drug market is formed in the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, a smoothly running drug business is operating regardless of presence of foreign troops," Tarabrin concluded.
The Union of Fuel and Gas Companies called on the Ministry of Industry and Trade to curb the price gouging in Kabul fuel markets ... “These prices are much different but the fuel sector’s mafia is there and they don’t let the prices come down, there is no control over markets ... “Afghanistan's ports were not controlled properly before, oil was smuggled.
As such, it is not surprising that Covid-induced intermittent restrictions, a series of horrific criminal incidents, and the likely pitfalls of a restive Afghanistan together weigh heavy on business sentiments ... It can ruin trade markets and repel potential foreign investors,” he feared. On the matter of Afghanistan, the opinion stands divided.
Fighting has surged across the country since early May when US-led foreign forces began a final withdrawal from Afghanistan that is now almost complete ... Flights out of Kandahar, Afghanistan's second-largest city and the former stronghold for the insurgents, were halted after rockets struck the airport before dawn on Sunday.
A key airport in southern Afghanistan has come under rocket fire as government forces struggle against Taliban assaults on several major cities. Flights out of Kandahar, Afghanistan’s second-largest city, were halted after three rockets fired by the Taliban struck the airport on Sunday before dawn.
Market experts believe that the offer is very attractive for PIBs but the changing situation in Afghanistan has caused uncertainty for the investors ... The biggest difference was noted in the inflow and outflow in the equity market.
Kabul, Afghanistan – Intense fighting in Afghanistan’s western province of Herat continued for a third day on Saturday as the Taliban continued an assault to take the province’s eponymous capital, home to hundreds of thousands of people ... Other residents said several markets in the city remain closed, as many people are too scared to venture outside.
PESHAWAR. A police official embraced martyrdom and a passer-by sustained injuries when a police patrol near Karkhano Market came under a grenade attack on the western fringes of Peshawar on Friday ... The Karkhano Market, situated on the main highway connecting Pakistan and Afghanistan, abuts on the Khyber district ... Published in Dawn, July 31st, 2021. .
"The flows and volumes of opiates originating from Afghanistan depend on the situation of the black market of drugs, which are controlled by criminal international elements, and the uncontrolled infusion of too-large a volume of drugs is unlikely to meet the interests of these criminal groups," he said.
“The flows and volumes of opiates originating from Afghanistan depend on the situation of the black market of drugs, which are controlled by criminal international elements, and the uncontrolled infusion of too-large a volume of drugs is unlikely to meet the interests of these criminal groups,” he said.
... to 'peaceful' Afghanistan on other side of the Durand Line ... "Even today Pakistan is accommodating around three million refugees from Afghanistan." ... Farrukh said, he himself knew many businessmen from Afghanistan who used to come to Faisalabad to buy goods from its markets.
military tried and failed to do in Afghanistan... “All told, fentanyl represents an attractive alternative for drug producers and marketers who are looking to reduce their operating costs and risks ... But over time, market forces could prove to be more of a threat to Afghanistan’s opioid industry than NATO forces ever were.