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U.S. Embassy to Kabul Demands Justice in Dostum Case

U.S. embassy in Kabul has called for justice in first vice-President, Gen. Dostum’s case, saying the International Community supports continuation of investigation process. A former governor has accused Afghan First Vice President General Abdul Rashid Dostum of ordering his rape with an assault rifle and other forms of torture after …

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Senate Member Asks For Taliban Role In Government

A member of the House of Elders (Meshrano Jirga) asked President Ashraf Ghani on Tuesday to include the Taliban militants in his government as a peace initiative and appoint their members as ministers and ambassadors. “Peace doesn’t mean Taliban’s surrendering. Speak with the Taliban and include them in the government. …

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Ghani Surprisingly Responds to His Critics

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani responds to his critics who accused him of monopolizing the power and called on the new Coalition for the Salvation of Afghanistan to submit their reform suggestions. Leaders of three political parties, all of whom hold senior positions in the government, recently announced from Turkey that …

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Afghanistan -Turkmenistan Tango

 Afghanistan is in the process of limiting Pakistan’s veto options on transportation of goods and looking at other routes being a landlocked country. Afghanistan’s President Ashraf Ghani visited Turkmenistan on July 3 upon invitation by President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov. Oguzkhan Palace complex in Turkmenistan hosted the high-level talks. Various issues from …

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NUG Fails in Accountability to International Community

The Afghan National Unity Government (NUG) vowed ten important commitments to the International Community last year, but the Afghan finance minister confirmed the government leaders failure ten months later at the 20th Joint Coordination and Monitoring Board (JCMB)’s meeting for Afghans achievements. The Executive Office says differences and lack of …

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