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National interests should be considered in peace talks: Sayyef


Top member of Harasat and Sabat council of Afghanistan Abdul Rab Rasould Sayyef has insisted that officials from Afghanistan side should significantly consider the National interests, respecting the values of Afghanistan’s constitution, and halting of war for ever which discussing Afghanistan’s peace and stability in quartet peace talks process in …

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DI Poll: 2 out of 3 Afghans don’t trust in NUG


  Based on the survey launched by the Democracy International (DI) from three Afghans two of them don’t trust the current Government and its system, saying in the survey 4020 young Afghans were questioned from different parts of Afghanistan. The report also indicates that more than half of the voters …

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HRC expresses concerns on violence in Afghanistan


Officials in Human Rights Committee HRC have expressed deep concerns over human rights condition in Afghanistan, saying based on the estimation received by the upper house of the parliament in 2015 2597 cases of violence has been registered, and the report also indicated that 183 of the cases were raped …

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MPs summon security officials on increase of insecurity


    Members of the lower house of the parliament have summoned top security officials to provide more details on increasing of insecurity in Northern provinces of Afghanistan on Saturday. Minister of interior Affairs Noorulhaq ulomi said,” Terrorists have come from neighboring country and trying to change the Northern provinces …

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Iran demands direct role in Afghan Peace Talks process


Iran foreign minister, Jawad Zarif in a meeting with Afghan Executive Officer, Abdullah Abdullah has said that it is an essential need that Iran involve in Afghanistan Peace Negotiation process. CEO, Abdullah Abdullah in response to his Iranian counterpart statements said that the Afghan government will evaluate the issue. Abdullah …

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Saudi Arabia cuts diplomatic relations with Iran


Saudi Arabia has cut diplomatic relations with Iran in a sharp escalation of tensions between the two regional foes following the execution of the Saudi Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr. Adel al-Jubeir, the Saudi foreign minister, made the announcement on Sunday while the foreign ministry said it was asking Iranian …

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Armed Gunmen stormed into Indian Consulate in Balkh


A number of armed gunmen have stormed into Indian consulate in Mazar city Balkh Province late Sunday evening security officials confirmed. Balkh security chief Abdul Razaq Qaderi has confirmed the attack saying there were four attackers armed with RPG have attacked the Indian consulate late Sunday evening. Meanwhile one of …

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