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Once Again both Contenders agree over some disagreements

Both Presidential candidates have agreed over some of the existed disagreements on the President and chief executive responsibilities during their recent session held on Saturday evening. According to Presidential campaigners both candidates will soon achieve some of the political agreements. Abdullah Abdullah Presidential spokesman Sayed Fazil Sancharaki said,” both candidates …

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Afghanistan should have new president in 15 days: Karzai

President Hamid Karzai said Thursday that Afghanistan should have new leadership and president in the next 15 days. President Karzai pointed to negative impacts of prolonged run-off polls over people’s ordinary life and security, said that the result of the election should be announced according to assigned schedule and Afghanistan …

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5 policemen killed in Helmand

A security source on condition of anonymity has said that Thursday night in Helmand-Kandahar highway route, 5 policemen were killed by a man who was a guest in that headquarters. According to the source, the killer has taken all weapons of the killed policemen and has escaped. Taliban has not …

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US to assist 212 armored cars to ANA

The ministry of defense (MoD) said on Thursday that the US has assured to assist 212 armored vehicles by the end of the year 2014 to Afghanistan. Spokesman of the ministry of defense, General Zahir Azimi said that the assistance of these armored vehicles will be a good step for …

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Violence against journalists increase by 60 %

Afghan Journalist Safety Committee has said that that violence against journalists has increased by 60 percent in recent months. The committee warned that if this situation continues the freedom of speech will be in a serious danger. They added that most of some of the powerful and security officials are …

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Powerful the main perpetrators of Bacha Bazi: HRC

Some of the armed commanders, powerful and local police are the main perpetrators of sexual slavery in Afghanistan, said Human Rights commission. The Human Rights commission is said to concern over the increasing of this phenomenon, saying those who use teenager boys as child prostitution and sexual slavery are the …

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Interfering continues on Election Process:IEC

Independent Election Commission IEC officials have said, “Hands still out there trying to disarrange the second round of the Presidential Election in Afghanistan.” The deputy of the IEC urged that investigation continues to find more information on the physical clashes among the campaigners occurred. However, the Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai campaigners …

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UN urges both contenders to accept the final result

United Nations called on the 2 Afghan presidential contenders to act on their commitments and after the separation of genuine votes from the fake votes accept the final result. UN stated that the auditing process transparently continues and more than 100 international observers are busy with auditing the votes. Meanwhile, …

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Hundreds of Taliban fighters battle Afghan forces in Logar

As many as 700 heavily armed Taliban insurgents are battling Afghan security forces in Logar, a key province near the capital Kabul, local officials said on Tuesday, in a test of the Afghan military’s strength as foreign forces pull out of the country. Militants have this summer mounted increasingly intensive …

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Karzai: Independence “Result Of Nation’s Solidarity”

Afghanistan’s independence is a result of solidarity and unity achieved by the nation, says outgoing President Hamid Karzai. President Karzai said the statement during a special ceremony commemorating 95th Independence Day of Afghanistan held in the Ministry of Defense on Tuesday. The ceremony was attended by President Karzai, both the …

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Afghanistan, Turkmenistan discuss economic cooperation

On a working visit to Turkmenistan, Afghan commerce and industries minister Mohammad Shaker Kargar met with Turkmen foreign affairs minister to confer on cooperation ties in various spheres. The sides discussed prospects of bilateral relations in energy, transport and communications sectors. Both parties emphasized on the importance of the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India …

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Suitable Option In Hand Against Pakistan Rocket Fires: MoFA

The government and security agencies of Afghanistan are considering a suitable option to respond Pakistan’s artillery attacks on Afghanistan’s eastern border areas, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The National Security Council on Sunday’s session accused Pakistan of clear aggression against the sovereignty of Afghanistan. NSC stated during the …

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ATN Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Ariana Television Network, now branch of the Bayat Media Center, is recognizing its tenth anniversary of its broadcasting activities in Afghanistan and the world. Ariana Radio and Television Network—ATN—was founded ten years ago by Engineer Ehsanullah Bayat and began its political, cultural, economic and religious programs. It has also broadcasting …

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Presidential campaigners agree over 60 issues

Both Presidential technical and political joint commission during a gathering have agreed over the 60 issues. The Abdullah Abdullah Election campaigners who is the member of the commission claimed that there significant disagreements existed among the both presidential campaigners, according to him if no agreement is made over these issues …

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Audit process so slow: Presidential campaigners

Presidential Election campaigners have declared the votes auditing process so slow. Both presidential campaigners have entitled the reasons for slow motion auditing process was the late attending of the International supervisors which make National auditors to wait hours. This claim was rejected by the Independent Election Commission IEC officials saying …

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11 Deminers Abducted From Kabul-Kandahar Highway

Militants have abducted 11 employees of mine-clearing organization from the unrest Kabul-Kandahar highway on Sunday, Ghazni authorities said. The deminers were kidnapped from Qarabagh area of Ghazni province when they were in the way travelling from Kandahar to capital Kabul, the provincial officials of Ghazni said. “Militants stopped the passenger …

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