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HPC Eyeing for Taliban Negotiators

Mohammad Akram Khpalwak, the Chief of Afghanistan’s High Peace Council (HPC) Secretariat said Wednesday that situation is ready for the Taliban militant group to join an Afghan-led peace process. “We hope Taliban give a positive response to people’s call for peace; announce a ceasefire, show their readiness for direct talks …

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IEC Backs Plan of Holding Zone-Based Elections in Ghazni

The Independent Election Commission (IEC) on Tuesday stressed on holding zone-based elections in Ghazni province, insisting that in the current situation the focus shouldn’t be on violation of the constitution. Earlier, the Independent Commission for overseeing the implementation of the constitution said that the IEC has violated the article 36 of the constitution by dividing Ghazni …

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Former MP Claims Fake Identity Papers Distributed in Badakhshan District

A former parliament member from Badakhshan province claims that thousands of fake identity papers have been distributed in Dariam district of the province. He further claimed that the distribution of fake identity papers aims for the engineering of the upcoming parliamentary elections. “They have received three thousand identity cards from …

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Senators Insist on Trial of Criminals

A number of Afghan senators in the Upper House of Parliament insisted Tuesday that security will not improve unless those responsible for insecurity brought to justice and face trial. The senators asserted people are weary of insecurity and high death toll as the government is fundamentally mandated to protect people’s …

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Four Jowzjan Villages Collapsed To Taliban

Local officials say four villages of Faizabad district in Jowzjan Province have collapsed to the Taliban. The villages of Garjak, Shishakhana, Turkmania, Shirabad, and Khairabad are among the collapsed ones. Local public uprising commander, Sahib Khan, said to Ariana News the Shibighan-Balkh Highway would be closed to traffic unless reinforcement …

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