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Local residents said a blast occurred in the Kote Sangi area of Kabul. There are no further details yet available. #TOLOnews 

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a statement condemned the attack on a mosque in Peshawar, a city in Khyber Pakhtunwa. #TOLOnews 

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For Afghans, Snow Brings Both Pleasure And Hardship #TOLOnews 

Afghanistan Future Thought Forum Calls to Lift Restrictions on Females #TOLOnews 

FARAKHABAR - Thomas West to Visit Germany, Pakistan Switzerland Host Sebghat Sepehr discusses the topic with the following guests: -Sayed Mahdi Manadi, university lecturer -Rahmatullah Bizhanpor, international relations expert #TOLOnews 

“We are deeply disappointed over the decision taken by the Taliban on the exclusion of women students from university entrance examinations. We urge the Taliban to reconsider the decision and to provide equal educational opportunities to girls and women,” Japan's embassy tweeted.

Residents of Nangarhar Call For School Buildings #TOLOnews 

Iran's Foreign Minister Calls to Create Inclusive Govt in Afghanistan #TOLOnews 

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Video: People run on tarmac of Kabul international airport as a US military aircraft attempts to take off.

Video by national TV shows the moment rockets landed near the Presidential Palace during Eid prayers this morning.

Girls protested in the streets in the center of Paktia to protest the closing of their schools. Earlier, some girls’ schools above grade 6 in the province had been reopened due to a decision by tribal elders and local educational officials, but the schools were closed again.

Video: Timothy Weeks, an Australian citizen who was taken hostage in Kabul and later released as part of an exchange, returned to Afghanistan today. He said attending the ceremonies celebrating the Islamic Emirate's first anniversary is one of the goals of his trip.

In Kabul, girls beyond grade 6 were not allowed to attend school today. The Education Ministry says it has not made a final decision about girls beyond grade 6. #TOLOnews 

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Speaking from Panjshir with TOLOnews, Amrullah Saleh, one of the resistance leaders, says he’s still there and reports of intensified fighting there. #TOLOnews 

Video: A schoolgirl says when she heard about the reopening of schools yesterday, she cried from happiness. Today, she cried after she and her female classmates were prevented from entering their school. #TOLOnews 

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