Pakistan will announce a relaxed-visa policy for Afghan nationals particularly students, businessmen, investors, and patients, a top official said.
Haibatullah Akhundzada urged Washington "not to waste" the opportunity offered by the deal to end America's longest war in a message released ahead of next week's Eid al-Fitr holiday, which marks the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.
A truck packed with explosives blew up near a court in the eastern Afghan city of Gardez on Thursday, killing at least five people, two days after gunmen attacked a maternity ward in the capital Kabul, killing women and newborn babies.
Kulsum was diagnosed with congenital acute myeloid leukaemia. She had undergone 4 cycles of chemotherapy in Dubai. Her doctors in Dubai suggested she undergo a bone marrow transplant as early as possible.
As many as 4,000 Afghans, including women and children, are allowed to cross the border to celebrate Eid Al Adha with their families, purely on humanitarian grounds, a border official said, who wanted to remain anonymous.
Judge Hafizullah was attacked as he headed to work in a motor trishaw, said Farid Khan, spokesman for Nangarhar province's police. Gulzada Sangar, a doctor at Jalalabad public hospital, said Hafizullah had multiple bullet wounds.
Though he had impressive academic and professional qualifications, Sayed Sadaat could not get a job in Leipzig, a major reason being he was not conversant with German. However, he is quite modest when it comes to his job.
Investigators were combing through the dozens of tankers that lay in smoldering ruins and a gas station caught in the flames that lit up the area late Saturday, said ministry spokesman Tariq Arian.
The incident occurred when the bus they were travelling in was hit by an explosive planted on the road in the city of Charikar, capital of Parwan province, interior ministry spokesman Tareq Arian told reporters.