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Police Mistreat Some Journalists in Kabul

Some of the journalists and cameramen of the media including Ariana News were mistreated by the Kabul Police on Friday while covering an incident. They say that one of the Kabul Police senior officer’ bodyguards mistreated and abused them while they were covering the police raid on Ataturk High School …

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Police Surround Afghan-Turk School in Kabul

Afghan police surrounded the Afghan-Turk High School building in the capital Kabul city early on Friday morning. Kabul police forces do not allow anyone to enter or leave the school premises. According to police, they have orders to hand over the school to the Turkish government. Meanwhile, a number of …

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NO Agreement Until A Deal On Everything: US Envoy

The Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs Salahuddin Rabbani met with the U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan John Bass on Wednesday in Kabul, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) said in a statement. During the meeting, the two sides discussed the Afghan peace process and the upcoming presidential elections. “The US Ambassador …

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Ghani Asked Int. Community to Monitor Presidential Elections

President Ashraf Ghani on Tuesday asked the international community and electoral watchdogs to monitor the upcoming presidential election of Afghanistan. According to a statement released by the presidential palace, President Ghani raised the issue during a joint meeting between the Independent Election Commission (IEC), the international community and the government …

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