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Top ISIL leader killed in Helmand

Press TV: Afghan officials say a senior commander of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) terrorist group has been killed along with four of his comrades during a cleanup operation in Afghanistan’s troubled south. Shah Mahmood Ashna, a spokesman for the provincial police headquarters said on Friday …

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Helicopter crash kills 17 in Zabul

At least 17 soldiers, including five crew members killed in a helicopter crash in a remote region of the southern Zabul province on Thursday, officials said. Taliban insurgents claimed their fighters shot down the helicopter, but a government official blamed a technical failure for the crash, just hours after a …

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Truck bomb kills six in Logar

A truck bomb targeting an Afghan Special Forces base in an eastern Logar province killed at least six people and wounded dozens, officials said on Thursday. Explosion in fragile Logar province south of Kabul is first major insurgent attack since announcement of Mullah Omar’s death. “A water truck filled with …

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Afghan-Taliban Peace Talks To Be Held Soon

Afghan government officials and Taliban representatives are set to meet again for a second round of peace talks in the near future, Pakistani officials confirmed. The second round of Peace Talks was set to be held last Friday but postponed due to the death of Taliban Leader, Mullah Omar. Pakistan …

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“Government” Main Obstacle For Economic Growth

Deputy Minister of Revenue and Customs department of Finance Ministry said that the main obstacle for economic growth and investment development in the country is the government. Gul Maqsood Sabet, Deputy Minister of Revenue and Customs department of Finance Ministry noted that Afghanistan would not be out of economic problems, …

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MPW signs contract to construct six bridges

The Ministry of Public Work (MPW) signed contract with private companies to construct six bridges. While signing the contract, the minister of Public Work emphasized on the quality and speed of the implementation of the project. The six bridges will construct at a cost of 230 million Afghanis by the …

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UAE stops visa to Afghans

The United Arab Emirates has stopped issuing visas to Afghanistan nationals until their electronic ID cards confirm by the Afghan foreign ministry. Urging the government to solve this problem, a number of Afghan businessmen criticized this action, claiming they face many problems. “Getting a visa is very time-consuming for us, …

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“Mullah Omar” Killer Of Afghan Soldiers: MoI

Afghanistan Ministry of Interior (MoI) said that Mullah Omar leaded all terrorist attacks against Afghan troops and civilians. He was the killer of all Afghan women and children. The ministry warned to avoid mourning the death of Taliban’s former leader, Mullah Omar and any gatherings condoling his death will face …

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Gen. Dustom called on Taliban to join peace process

Afghanistan first vice president, General Abdul Rashid Dustom in a gathering for supporting Afghan security forces in insecure Qaysar district of Faryab province said that Taliban must join the peace process; otherwise he himself will come to action to destroy Taliban. In reaction to the death of Taliban’s former leader, …

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TAPI Gas Pipeline construction to begin in December

Pakistani officials said that the construction of a $10 billion gas pipeline stretching from Central to South Asia; a project between Turkemanistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India is set to begin in December. Baymurat Hojamuhamedov, Turkmenistan’s Deputy Prime Minister for Oil and Gas and Special Envoy of Turkmenistan’s president, called on …

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Land Grabbers List Submitted To Government

More than 1500 acres of land have been grabbed by powerful in Bagrami district, Bagram chief district said. Sayed Shamsuddin Qari Zada, Bagram chief district declared that earlier, thousands acres of land have been grabbed in several parts of the district but most of them were returned to the government’s …

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