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Jamiat Party Rejects Dismissal of Ousted Samangan Governor

Jamiat-e-Islami Afghannistan rejected the dismissal of Abdulkarim Khudam, ousted governor of Samangan province by president Ghani and described the dismissal as “Unjustifiable and Unilateral” in a statement issued today. “Jamiat-e-Islami Afghanistan which is a main constituent of the National Unity Government (NUG) sees dismissal order of Samangan’s governor as unjustifiable, …

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Donor Countries Endorse MoI 4-Year Strategic Plan

The Afghan Ministry of Interior Affairs (MoIA) on Sunday announced its four-year strategic plan for the police reforms. The Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah, who was speaking at the International Police Coordination Board (IPCB) in Kabul, emphasized that Afghan National Police (ANP) must not be involved in politics and should stay …

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Gov’t Imposes Limits on Afghan Forces’ Airstrikes

The government has imposed limits on Afghan security forces’ counterinsurgency airstrikes as way to avoid civilian casualties on the battlefield, the Defense Ministry said Saturday. On Thursday, the United Nations Assistance mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) in its annual report suggested that more than 10,000 Afghan civilians lost their lives or …

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Disagreement of NUG Leaders on Key Issues

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah have addressed the 29th anniversary of Soviet forces withdrawal from Afghanistan during a ceremony held in Presidential Palace. Marking the event, President Ghani spoke about several issues currently ongoing in the government, including the distribution of electronic ID cards, election and …

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No Military Solution to Afghan Conflict: NATO

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has said that there is no military solution to the conflict in Afghanistan. After talks with NATO defense ministers in Brussels, Stoltenberg said, “We don’t think that there is a military solution to the conflict in Afghanistan, but we strongly believe that we need a …

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