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Afghanistan Orders Ban on Telegram, WhatsApp

Afghanistan Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (ATRA) has ordered telecom companies to block Telegram and WhatsApp applications, reasoning security concerns. According to two official letters went viral, ATRA asked telecom companies to shut the applications for 20 days starting 01 Nov. In addition, it instructs the companies to block a number of …

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U.S. Making ‘Tremendous Strides’ in Afghanistan, Trump Says in Cabinet Meeting

Addressing the cabinet meeting on Wednesday, the U.S. President Donald Trump says they making “tremendous strides in Afghanistan”, following the Washington’s new strategy for the war-torn country. Describing the U.S. military actions against terror groups, Trump said that ISIS is being “decimated”, and they have “quickly” moved to Africa and …

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U.S. To Give Pakistan Chance to Strike Terrorist Targets: Tillerson  

U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has informed the Congress that Pakistan is prepared to focus on terrorists if offered info and Washington plans to present Islamabad the chance to show it. At a Senate International Relations Committee hearing on Monday evening, American lawmakers also warned that if the United States insisted on having the choice of first …

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E-ID Cards to Be Distributed with Addition of ‘Nationality, Ethnicity’ Soon: Officials

Distribution of electronic Identification (e-ID) cards soon to begin with addition of “nationality” and “ethnicity”, the Population Registration Office said Tuesday. It comes as Wolesi Jirga (Lower House) on Monday rejected the president’s decree on Population Registration Act that calls for change in the article 6 of the law. Suggests …

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US Takes Back 9 Helicopters from Pakistan

The United States has taken back which gave nine rotary-wing helicopters to Pakistan’s Interior Ministry for anti-terror and recon operations at Pak-Afghan border in the year 2002, sources said. The choppers had been used during the Balochistan operation and different anti-narcotics operations, according to sources. Reports suggest that U.S. has …

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3 Suicide Bombers Arrested in Nangarhar

At least three suspected suicide bombers were arrested before they manage to launch deadly attacks in Jalal Abad city, the capital of Nangarhar, the provincial capital of Nangarhar province said. The provincial government media office in a statement said the three arrested suicide bombers have previously launched a terrorist attack …

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‘150,000 Americans Couldn’t Beat Us & Extra 4,000 US Soldiers Will Not Change Morale of Mujahideen’: Taliban Commander

A Taliban commander named Mullah Abdul Saeed and who leads 150 Taliban militants has referred to U.S. former President, Barack Obama’s surge and said, “150,000 Americans couldn’t beat us.” And an extra 4,000 US soldiers, as Donald Trump will deploy, “will not change the morale of our Mujahedeen”. According to …

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