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We Should Support Afghan Women: Rola Ghani


First Lady Rola Ghani who has attended the operational, action plan conference for police women which was held in Ministry of Interior Affairs said,” Enemies are few but with power,saying we should support Afghan women, we have seen Afghan women fighting terrorists in Kunduz.” Officials in Ministry of Interior Affairs …

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Campbell: Afghan forces stronger than armed Taliban


General John F. Campbell, the current commander of the Resolute Support Mission and United States Forces—Afghanistan says that 80 % of Afghan Security Forces are in their stations in a defensive status rather than attacking to Taliban. General Commander of the Resolute Support Mission said to consider Afghan troops stronger …

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Reports: Mansour Dadullah killed in Zabul


Reports suggest that Mansour Dadullah, deputy of Mullah Muhammad Rasoul, Taliban’s splinter leader has been killed by Mullah Muhammad Akhtar Mansour’s group members in Khak-e Afghan district of Zabul province. Local officials in Zabul confirmed his death, but Gul Islam Siyal, spokesman of Zabul governor says that Mansour Dadullah was …

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US can press Pakistan to remove terrorist centers

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A number of military analysts in relation to US diplomats visit from Islamabad say that the United States can press Pakistan to wipe out all terrorist centers from its country. Analysts noted that Pakistan is a strategic ally of America and if US wants better relation between Kabul-Islamabad, it must …

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Security forces open fire at Kabul protest

Men carry coffins for the seven people who were killed by unknown militants, heading towards the presidential palace, during a protest procession in Kabul, Afghanistan

Afghan security forces opened fire on Wednesday to thousands of protesters marched coffins containing the decapitated bodies of seven civilians and wanted to enter the Presidential Palace. Eyewitnesses say that the fires by security forces left six wounded but failed to disperse protestors. Broadcasts on Ariananews TV showed protesters clambering …

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WJ: Govt. Leaders Must Be Accountable To People


The Lower House of Parliament- Wolesi Jirga (WJ) on Wednesday said that the National Unity Government (NUG) leaders should be accountable to the nation. Wolesi Jirga condemned murder of seven hostages by Daesh group in Zabul province and accused the NUG of incompetence in releasing hostages. “National Unity Government benefited …

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UN condemns murder of 7 civilians in Zabul


The United Nations condemns the murder of seven civilians in southern Zabul province of Afghanistan, a statement released by UN on Wednesday said. “The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) condemns the murder by anti-Government elements of seven civilians, including two women, one girl and two boys, in the …

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NSC takes serious measures to end abduction


After beheading seven civilian hostages in Zabul province, the National Security Council (NSC) Tuesday session devoted to hostage-taking. Presidential Palace said that the meeting of national Security Council was on ending the hostage-taking process. Deputy spokesman of President, Sayed Zafar Hashemi announced about the releasing of eight hostages by National …

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NDS free 8 abductees in Ghazni


National Directorate of Security (NDS) – Afghanistan’s intelligence agency has set free eight passengers who were kidnapped from Ghazni province of Afghanistan, NDS statement released on Tuesday said. “Five men, two women and a young boy released were part of the 31 people kidnapped several months ago by terrorist groups,” …

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Afghanistan demining program to complete in next 8 years


Afghansitan will solve all of its landmines problems in the next eight years, Afghanistan Natural Disaster Management Authority (ANDMA) said. Wais Ahmad Barmak, Natural Disaster Management Authority (ANDMA) chief says that lack of enough budgets delayed the demining program which should have been completed two years ago. “Afghanistan should have …

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36 % of Afghanistan Population Under Poverty Line


According to a joint survey by the ministry of economic and the World Bank over 36% of the people of Afghanistan live under the poverty line. Afghan economic analysts say that the government must start investment in infrastructure projects to solve these challenges. They warned that if the government does …

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