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ACJC Ordered Arrest of 100 Gov’t Officials, MPs

The Anti-Corruption Justice Center (ACJC) has ordered relevant authorities to arrest 100 government officials, parliament members and illegal armed men on corruption charges. The efforts of judiciary institutions have constantly been under criticism for not following the referred cases precisely. However, the ACJC which addresses the corruption cases of high-ranking …

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New Political Party Announces Presence in Kabul

A new political group called “Omid Saba” has merged under the leadership of the former Afghan intelligence chief Asadullah Khalid in Afghanistan’s crowded political field. Speaking during a gathering of his supporters, Khalid stressed on unity among Afghan tribes and the transparency of forthcoming election, saying we would not allow …

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Parents of Afghan-Turk School Students Warned Government

The Parents’ Committee of Afghan-Turk school warned the government of unpleasant consequences, if it does not prevent conspiracies against these schools. They criticized attacking an Afghan-Turk school in Shberghan city of Jawzjan province and urged the government to impartially investigate its case. Recently, the security forces have stormed the school …

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MoHE Announces Entrance Exam Result

Afghanistan’s Ministry of Higher Education (MoHE) on Wednesday announced the results of 1396 entrance Exam. According to MoHE information, a student of Afghan-Turk High School in Kabul, Tahmina daughter of Abdul Sabur, scored 353 points and was declared as the Kankor’s first place winner. The Minister of Higher Education Dr. …

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