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Stark Rise in Military Death Rate This Year

The death rate among Afghan security forces is surging far above last year’s levels, a US government watchdog said on Sunday, and slew of social gains in the war-torn nation is also eroding. Associate Press reports that Afghan forces are nearing the end of their second year providing security across …

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Major Challenges Emerging as Tensions Rise in NUG

A number of Afghan Senators have expressed concern over the current situation of the country; citing the continuation of tensions between National Unity Government (NUG) leaders would cause the government to face more challenges. They have declared that the continuation of these challenges is not acceptable and will have adverse …

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AISA Workers Strike Over Unknown Status

Scores of the Afghanistan Investment Support Agency (AISA) staffs have demonstrated demanding the Government to fulfill the promise made for hiring them in the Ministry of Commerce and Industries. They have warned that if the Government doesn’t listen, we will launch rallies on the streets. Afghanistan Investment Support Agency office …

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MRRD Signs Contracts For 23 Projects

Officials in Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MoRRD) have signed 23 contracts on water supply, road construction and protection of environment with private companies costing 503,800,000 Afghani on Saturday. Minister of Rural Rehabilitation and Development Nasir Ahmad Durani said,” 23 development projects were signed on water supply, protection of …

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NUG Cannot Solve Its Problems, Let Alone the People: Masoud

The National Unity Government (NUG) leaders just focus on power-sharing and the people’s problems are not important for them, says Ahmad Zia Masoud, President’s special envoy for reforms and good governance. President’s special representative for reforms and good governance criticizes the government leaders and accused them of incuriosity. “They were …

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