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Dustom warns Taliban of revenge

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  Afghanistan vice president, Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum says he will take the revenge of Kabul’s recent suicide attack from Taliban in Jawzjan. Gen. Dostum once again prepared to eradicate the armed Taliban group and the Khanqa district of Jawzjan province is his first target. Dostum noted that he will …

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Kabul deadly suicide attack globally condemned


Kabul’s deadly suicide bombing and gunfire that killed 64 people and injured 330 has globally condemned. The United Nations security council, the White House, US department of state, European Union, NATO and Pakistan’s Prime Minister have strongly condemned yesterday’s bloody attack in Kabul.   United Nation The U.N. Security Council …

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Mps call all parties for unity


Members house of the parliament have called all the parties, political figures, Nation and the Government to come together for unity, otherwise the security situation will get worst than this day by day. They have asked the Government to launch investigation on the suicide attack carried about the terrorist in …

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Death toll from Kabul blast raises to 64


Kabul explosion death toll has raised to 64 people, the Afghan police says. Interior Ministry spokesman Sediq Sediqi tweeted that 64 “innocent Afghans were killed and 347 more wounded,” in yesterday’s Taliban attack over a military compound. A suicide attacker detonated a vehicle and a fierce gun battle followed in …

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Obama departs for Saudi Arabia


President Barack Obama is beginning a visit to Saudi Arabia at a time of strained relations between the US and Gulf countries. As well as meeting King Salman, he will sit with leaders from Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter is on the trip with him. …

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Kabul Suicide attack kills 30, wounds 330


  A Taliban suicide bomb and gun assault on a government security agency during Tuesday morning rush hour in capital, Kabul killed 30 people and injured more than 330, as Taliban insurgents last week launched their annual spring offensive. The assault targeted a building, which officials say houses a special …

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