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1. News conference at Intercontinental Hotel, with Afghan interim leader Hamid Karzai speaking at podium 2. Karzai as he is handed a mobile phone and waits for Afghan widow in US to pick up call 3. Karzai as his call is picked up and he starts speaking 4. UPSOUND (Pashtu) Karzai speaking on phone "I am very happy. I am very happy to talk to you because today we are launching for the first time a new mobile phone system and there are a lot of people gathered here to see it." 5. Karzai and people applauding 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Gavin Jeffrey, Managing Director, Afghan Wireless Communication "Well, today, as you can see, his excellency Hamid Karzai made the first mobile phone call, actually to a widow in the United States, an Afghan widow, and this is a symbolic representation of...
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Decades of war and civil unrest had virtually destroyed telecoms in Afghanistan. During Taliban rule, only one person in a hundred had access to a telephone. There were no reliable landlines, and no mobile networks. Given the mountainous terrain, mobile was the only solution for rapidly providing Afghanistan with a modern communications system. Mobile phone technology isn't the answer to all of the country's problems, but it's already made a significant positive difference in just a handful of years. An exclusive TelecomTV Report from Kabul, Afghanistan. To watch the FULL FEATURE, visit www.telecomtv.com
http://blog.quantumwimax.com Package made from "Kabul Goes WiMax " b-roll about a long range high speed wireless network being installed in Kabul, Afghanistan. Produced b Ruth Owen. Also see "Kabul Goes WiMax " in the package section. Interviewees: • Paul Shaw (GB), CEO NEDA Telecommunications • Sohrab Farooqi (AF), Wireless Department NEDA Telecommunications • Sabir Jamil (AF), IT Manager Adam Smith International • Shakir Stanikzai (AF), GM Sales and Marketing NEDA Telecommunications
DOWNLOAD HERE: http://newsdirect.nma.com.tw/SingleItem.aspx?asset_id=OEM_20111031_OINT_002 A Taliban suicide bomber killed 17 people in an attack on an armored bus in the Afghan capital of Kabul on Oct 29. This animation is a recreation of the attack.
Watch more films about Afghanistan: https://rtd.rt.com/tags/afghanistan/ In patriarchal Afghanistan, women’s rights are severely restricted. Female family members are expected to stay at home and take care of the children. They have little access to education, and are discouraged from getting a job. It’s a society that condemns women who play sports, and even leaving the house without a male relative by her side can land a woman in hot water. To take part in some of the most mundane activities, women still often need permission from a male or to be supervised. This is why, in families where men are in short supply, parents sometimes appoint one of their daughters to play the male role. The practice is called Bacha Posh, which literally means “dressed up as a boy”. Girls in this role wear...
Pulitzer prize winning New York Times correspondent Carlotta Gall has spent more time in Afghanistan than any other western reporter. An attack on two journalists on Friday in Afghanistan, that killed one and injured the other, reminds how dangerous this assignment was. Miss Gall discusses on Access Point with Ayesha Tanzeem new book "The Wrong Enemy: America In Afghanistan."
Meet Australian expat Travis Beard who has been helping to revolutionise youth culture in Kabul, Afghanistan for the past seven years. We speak to the filmmaker, musician and event organiser about how he brought skateboarding, graffiti and modern music festivals to a war zone. You can check out more of Travis' work here: http://vimeo.com/combatcomms Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/TRUsub Check out our top 20 videos: http://bit.ly/V55Vna Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/truthloader Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/truthloader Read our reddit: http://reddit.com/r/truthloader Join us on Google+: http://google.com/+truthloader Truthloader is a channel dedicated to citizen journalism. We find the best examples of crowd-sourced video and independent content, th...
New standards in Kabul - Afghanistan. NATO's Silk Highway project aims to bring high-speed internet to Afghanistan. Together with an Afghan company, an internet network, known as WiMax, is being installed in Kabul. NATO Homepage: http://www.nato.int
"If the Afghan government don't clear up their act, there are going to be serious consequences for the commitment of NATO and NATO members to the post-2014 operations in Afghanistan" ... Dutch Foreign Minister Frans Timmermans was echoing what we've been hearing from the US and NATO leadership for the last two weeks. Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai refused to sign the bilateral security agreement that determines if the US and NATO will leave behind any troops in Afghanistan. To talk about the future of Afghanistan we have in our studios two guests: Jason Campbell of the Rand Corporation has worked on Afghanistan extensively and Dr. Marvin Weinbaum of the Middle East Institute is an expert on Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Speakers: Shafi Sharifi, Corporate Affairs Director, Roshan Telecom - Impact of social media on Roshan Telecom Ahmad Fawad Sabri, Roshan Telecom - Yaran App Zaheer Bawar, Operative Manager, Afhganistan Payment Systems - E-Payment Systems Sakhi Ahmed Rahmani, Afghan Wireless - AWCC Super WiFi Jalal Saidi, Chief Software Architect, Blue Sonic - Crowd Sourcing Dr. Abdullah Barat - Geo Special System