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EU Condemns Kabul Insider Attack


The European Union Special Representative, Franz-Michael Melbin, has condemned yesterday’s attack on Afghan and international troops in west of Kabul. A man dressed in Afghan Army uniform opened fire on NATO troops in Afghan National Military Academy of Kabul, killing a senior US general and wounding 15 others, including Afghan …

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Dozens of Insurgents Attack Musa Qala of Helmand


Dozens of armed militants have once again attacked on southern Helmand, this time on Musa Qala district, similar attack on Sangin district earlier this month. Spokesman of Helmand governor, Omar Zowak, confirmed that the attack of insurgents was similar to attack last month on Sangin district in which hundreds of …

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Karzai Condemns Qargha Military Camp Attack


President Hamid Karzai has condemned the attack on US and Afghan military trainers Tuesday at a military camp in Qargha, west of Kabul. A man dressed in Afghan Army uniform opened fire on NATO troops in Afghan National Military Academy of Kabul, killing a senior US general and wounding 15 …

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Reporters Still Not Safe: NAI


NAI, agency supporting open media in Afghanistan, has expressed deep concerns about the life and job safety of reporters. NAI officials said Tuesday that the security issues and continued fighting between the forces and militants have jeopardized more the safety of journalists. These concerns were made after a news reporter …

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Body of missing woman found in Baghlan


The body of a 22 year old woman who had been reported missing was found in the river of Tala and Barfak district of Baghlan, said local officials. Tala and Barfak chief district said that the reason for the woman’s murder is still unclear and no charges were immediately announced …

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Pakistan Not Committed In Combat Against Terrorism: NSC


The National Security Council of Afghanistan (NSC) has said that Afghanistan’s controversial neighbor Pakistan has not been committed in the combat against terrorism. According to press release of President Office, the NSC in its Sunday’s session said Pakistan not only supporting the Taliban but its military instructors were also among …

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4 ANA Killed, 4 Injured In Kabul Blast


At least four Afghan National Army (ANA) Soldiers were killed and four others sustained injuries as a result of bomb blast in south of Kabul, officials said. The Ministry of Defense said the incident happened on Monday when an ANA patrol vehicle came under attack. But the source didn’t indicate …

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IEC Restarts Vote Audit Process


Independent Election Commission IEC has begun auditing the votes cast in Presidential run-off election without the presence of the Abdullah Abdullah observers. IEC officials have said,” we have been waiting to have the presence of the Abdullah Abdullah supervisors till 02:00 Pm today but none of his campaigners have attended …

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Kabulis Criticize Mayor, Want Parks


The inhabitants of capital Kabul strongly criticize the mayor of Kabul for not building amusement parks and green areas in the capital city. A number of citizens while interviewing to Ariana News said the Kabul municipality has failed over the past decade to build parks and green areas. They complained …

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New Afghan President Must Attend Last NATO Summit

NATO aks

An official of NATO has urged the new President of Afghanistan should attend the last meeting of NATO member countries going to be held next month. The NATO official said President Hamid Karzai’s Presidential term has finished and his government was no longer a legitimate government. He demanded the new …

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Auditing process to resume on Saturday


The audit process of votes will resume by the independent election commission (IEC) on Saturday. Head of IEC in a press conference with United Nations special envoy for Afghanistan said that the process has been approved in long discussions with the 2 presidential contenders and the UN. United Nations special …

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