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New Coalition Officially Launched in Kabul

The Grand National Coalition of Afghanistan on Thursday officially announced its existence in Kabul. Influential political leaders including the First Vice President and leader of Jumbesh-i-Milli Party General Abdul Rashid Dostum,  the Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs and leader of Jamiat-e-Islami Party Salahuddin Rabbani, Former governor of Balkh Atta Mohammad …

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Taliban Releases Four Kidnapped Judges

The Taliban has released four judges who were kidnapped by the militant group from Jawzjan-Sar-e-Pul highway earlier this month, officials said Tuesday. Confirming the report, Sar-e-Pul Police Chief, Abdul Qayum Baqizoi said that the judges have been freed, following a series of political talks. Sources, however, told Ariana News that …

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UNSC Discusses Afghan Elections, Calls on All Parties to Ensure Credibility of Process  

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) on Monday discussed the upcoming parliamentary and district council elections of Afghanistan, recalled on all parties including the Afghan government, political parties, and electoral commissions to create conditions necessary for having “credible” elections. The UNSC in a statement said that over eight million people …

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Three Wounded in Rocket Attack in Kabul

As many as four rockets were landed in the capital Kabul on Tuesday, wounding at least three people, officials said. The rockets hit Afshar area, Kabul’s Police District 5 at around 01:30 pm on Tuesday. Confirming the incident, Kabul Police chief’s spokesman, Hashmatullah Stanekzai said that the rockets were fired …

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Faryab Residents Call for trial of Qaisari

A number of Faryab inhabitants gathered near the Human Rights Commission office in Kabul on Monday, calling for the trial of Nezamuddin Qaisari whom they accused of crimes against humanity. “Qaisari suddenly appeared at a time. I do not know! He is illiterate, has no womb, morality and humanity,” Najibullah, …

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