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NATO to stay in Afghanistan after end of current mission

NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg has said the NATO foreign ministers agreed on Wednesday to keep a civilian-led mission in Afghanistan after its current training operation ends, including a military component. Jens Stoltenberg, at the opening of a two-day foreign ministers’ meeting in Antalya, Turkey said that “Unlike our present mission …

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Lashkar Gah clashes ended: 7 killed, 6 injured

At least 3 police and 4 civilians have been killed and 6 injured in a gun attack on Helmand provincial building by two armed-men. Gunmen sheltering a mosque have opened fire on provincial and Hajj & Religious Affairs buildings since five hours. Officials said finally two gunmen have been killed …

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Kabul Blast indicates Zero causality

An explosion took place near Attorney General Office in Darulaman road. Preliminary reports suggest that a magnetic bomb has set off a Criminal Investigation Department (CID) 4Runner vehicle in police district six early on Wednesday morning at 08:00. Zero causality has been reported as a result of the blast. This …

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North Korea publicly executes Defense Minister

North Korea’s Defense Minister Hyon Yong Chol has been executed by the government in accusation of treason, sources report. According to the reports minister Hyon Yong Chol was killed on 30 April by anti-aircraft fire in front of hundreds of people in Pyongyang. He is believed to have been accused …

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Woman killed in “Knife Attack”

Kabul: A woman fatally killed in her home appears to has been attacked with a knife by unidentified men. Police arrived the incident area one hour later, saying the incident took place forty meters near the 15th district headquarters of Kabul city. husband of slain claimed that the unidentified men …

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Drug users in Afghanistan tops to 3 million

The recent research by US foreign ministry indicates that the number of drug users in Afghanistan reach to 3 million. Not only is Afghanistan the global leader in opium production, but Afghans are now the leading consumers of their own drugs. The number of Afghan drug addicts now stands at …

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Govt institutions, powerful default on electricity bills

A number of government agencies and individuals have not paid almost 2 billion Afghanis of their electricity bills from the past year, Afghanistan power department said. The power department refused to name specified people but the ministry of interior, health, communication, culture are those ministries among the defaulters. Offiicals in …

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Pakistan PM, Army Chief to visit Kabul Today

Four high ranking Pakistani officials including PM Nawaz Sharif and Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif will visit Kabul today. Chief Executive Office of Afghanistan calls this visit an effort to promote peace talks and security relations between the two countries. Jawid Faisal, Deputy Spokesman of the CEO of …

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MoF Summons UAE Charge D’affaires in Kabul

Officials in Ministry of Foreign Affairs have summoned the Charge D’affaires United Arabic Emirates in Kabul over expelling of 600 Afghan investors from their territory. They have stated that efforts are underway to make United Arabic Emirates to change its mind on Afghan investors. Foreign Ministry deputy spokesperson Serajulhaq seraj said,” …

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Afghan troops showcased capabilities

The Afghanistan government said that the terrorist groups had many plans and dreams for this year which all of them turned to despair. The chief of executive officer (CEO), Abdullah Abdullah says our Afghan security forces have razed the dreams and aspirations of the armed oppositions of the government. Abdullah …

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UN envoy warns of Afghanistan destruction without peace

UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Afghanistan, Nicholas Haysom warned that Afghanistan will fall apart without peace. Nicholas Haysom is said to consider the continuation of war in Afghanistan unacceptable and emphasized that if the country does not achieve peace and stability in the current year, there will be no international …

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Flash flood washes away 200 houses in Baghlan

Floods destroyed about 200 houses in Nahrin and Doshi districts of northern Baghlan. Local officials say that last night, floods have ruined nearly two hundred houses in Nahrin and Doshi districts. Adding, fortunately no humanitarian losses have been reported as a result of this natural disaster. Provincial steering office for …

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3 Taliban insurgents killed, 4 injured in northern Baghlan

Three Taliban insurgents were killed and another four were injured in clashes with Afghan security forces. Muhibullah  Kohistani, police chief of Central Baghlan district of Baghlan province said,” last night Taliban insurgents attacked over Afghan Special Forces compound, several armed insurgents were killed in clashes between the two sides. Finally, …

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