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Canada to Not Redeploy Troops to Afghanistan

After NATO allies agreed to send more troops to Afghanistan, Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau said his country will not redeploy troops to Afghanistan. “There are absolutely no plans to send any troops back to Afghanistan,” Justin Trudeau said. “We have served there with distinction, with valour, over 10 years …

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MPs Criticize Continuation of Acting Ministers Work

Afghan Parliament Members criticized the continuation of acting ministers’ work, saying it paralyzed some parts of the government. Currently eleven acting ministers work in Afghanistan cabinet. Ministries of Foreign, Mining, Education, Public Works, Higher Education, Communication, Information and Technology, Tribe, labor and social affairs and transport are among the ministries …

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‘Coalition For Saving Afghanistan’ Soon to Announce Its Presence in Kabul

Three Afghan political parties have formed new coalition so-called “Coalition For Saving Afghanistan’, the alliance is due to announce its presence in Kabul within two weeks, Spokesman of Junbish-e-Milli party said Friday. The “Coalition For Saving Afghanistan’ has been formed by Junbish-e-Milli, Hizb-e-Wahdat-e-Islami and Jamiat-e-Islami parties which are respectively led …

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