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U.S. Asks Pakistan: ‘Come to Table and Assist’ in Fight against Terrorism

The United States on Wednesday expressed hope that Pakistan would “come to the table” and demonstrate willingness to “aggressively” confront terrorist groups operating from its territory, amid reports that Islamabad has suspended its military and intelligence cooperation with America. Based on media reports, Pakistan’s decision to suspend military and intelligence …

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Ethnic Extremists Taken e-ID Program Hostage: VP Danish

A number of ethnic extremists have taken the electronic National Identity Card (e-NID) process hostage, Afghanistan’s Second Vice President, Sarwar Danish, said Tuesday. Speaking at the 14th anniversary of Afghanistan’s Constitution, Danish said that flaming ethnic division violates the Constitution, called it dangerous for the war torn country. “While all …

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 CE Abdullah Supports Delay in E-ID Cards Rollout

Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah on Monday expressed support for the postponement of distributing electronic National Identity Cards (e-NICs), insisting that the rollout process of the cards depends on people’s satisfaction. Abdullah said that they have been engaged with Wolesi Jirga (Lower House of parliament) to discuss the political and legal …

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