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Explosion rocks Jalalabad City, no casualties


An explosion targeted Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) vehicle in eastern Jalalabad city, no casualties have been reported yet. The blast occurred around 10:00 am in the 1st precinct of Jalalabad city in Cheshma Khanjee area when NRC vehicle was crossing from the road. A security source says the Improvised Explosive …

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BF Reconstructed Azadi High School Library


Bayat Foundation has reconstructed the Azadi high school library and was let to be used for further activities. Head of Bayat Foundation Eng, Ehsanollah Bayat has declared education is the foundation of a society and insisted on continuation of more supports in the future. Meanwhile head of the Azadi High …

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Unemployment Causes Disaster: Demonstrators

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  A number of Young boys have staged a rally against unemployment in front of the National assembly saying unemployment has caused severe problems for all citizens in the society. They have addressed the problems appeared in the society was illegal migration to abroad, turning to narcotic drugs, joining insurgents …

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Younis Qanuni appointed as new chief of HPC

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Former chairman of Wolesi Jirga and former vice president, Muhammad Younis Qanuni appointed as the new Chairman of Afghanistan High Peace Council. A source close to the National Unity Government (NUG) says that the measure was taken in National Security Council chaired by President Ashraf Ghani. The source refused to …

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MoD: Taliban Splinter Means Group’s Defeat


Afghanistan Ministry of National Defense (MoD) says that the armed Taliban group has been defeated in war, but one thing that remains challenging for Afghan troops is Taliban’s Propaganda War. With Mullah Omar’s death a split has emerged among the Taliban famous figures which mean their defeat in war. The …

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NATO welcomes united countries presence plan in Afghanistan


NATO’s Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg praised the presence plan of NATO’s country members in Afghanistan. “I welcome united countries decision to extend the period where foreign forces will remain in Afghanistan beyond 2016,” Stoltenberg said. Unlike the United States, NATO has never set an end date to its “Resolute Support” …

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US drone crashes near capital


An unmanned aerial vehicle belonging to the US military has reportedly crashed in a remote mountainous area of Afghanistan’s Kabul Province. The Interior Ministry official says the unmanned aircraft crashed in a remote mountainous area of Kabul province shortly after 5 p.m. The official spoke on condition of anonymity because …

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