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Two ANA Vehicles Attacked In Kabul

At least seven people were killed and more than 15 others were wounded as a result of two separate suicide bombings early Wednesday morning in capital Kabul, officials said. The first attack occurred in the 3rd precinct of Kabul near the Kabul University when a suicide bomber in a corolla …

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Wolesi Jirga welcomes signing security deal

A number of Parliament members welcomed signing the long-delayed agreement between Kabul and Washington to allow international forces to stay in the country beyond 2014. Some of Parliament members said that the agreement should overcome all requirements of the security forces. Senators believe that if there is no attention to …

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Both vice presidents officially begin to work

The two vice presidents of Afghanistan on Tuesday officially begun to work in presence of Ashraf Ghani Ahmad Zai. General Abdul Rashid Dostom, the first vice president and Sarwar Danish, the second vice president of Afghanistan emphasized on the regulated and inclusive government and said to consider themselves to solve …

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Kabul, Washington Sign Security Agreement

The much-awaited proposed Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) has been finally signed between Kabul and Washington, a day after the oath-taking ceremony of the national unity government. The important accord was signed Tuesday afternoon between US Ambassador to Afghanistan, James Cunningham and Afghan national security adviser, Muhammad Hanif Atmar. The event …

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Ghani sworn in as new president

Ashraf Ghani Ahmad Zai, the president of Afghanistan on Monday has finally been sworn as president of Afghanistan to take office in a peace full transfer power. The ceremony followed six month of deadlock over a vote in which both Ashraf Ghani Ahmad Zai and Abdullah Abdullah claimed victory. The …

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International Day of Right to Know Observes in Kabul

Officials in Transparency Watch for Afghanistan TWA institution have wanted Afghan Government to sign the law for accessing information; the following demand was made in a Day called (Day of right to know). Officials in the following institutions have claimed that the law for accessing information has been sent to …

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Pakistan’s Rocket Attacks Not Acceptable Anymore: Osmani

Afghanistan’s foreign affairs minister, Zarar Ahmad Osmani, warned the United Nations General Assembly that Afghanistan would no more accept rocket attacks from Pakistan. Addressing the general assembly on Saturday, Osmani expressed Kabul’s deep concerns over continued rockets fire from Pakistan into the Afghan soil, causing causalities and huge financial loses. …

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