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150 Thousand Afghans Suffer Jaundice in Country

The Ministry of Public Health celebrated the international day of fighting jaundice on Sunday. The deputy minister of public health expressed deep concern over the unprecedented increase of the jaundice disease in the country and called it alarming. More than 150,000 Afghans are suffering from the black jaundice in the …

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Ex-NDS Chief Harshly Criticizes NUG

The former chief of National Directorate of Security (NDS), Rahmatullah Nabil harshly criticizes the National Unity Government (NUG), particularly President Ghani. Rahmatullah Nabil says the National Unity Government suffers a routine and reactionary policy. “The government leaders are busy with appointing and dismissing individuals rather than working on weakening the …

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Taliban Blow Up Water Dam in Kandahar

Taliban insurgents have blown up a water dam with explosives in Shorabak district of Kandahar province of  Afghanistan. Shorabak chief district confirmed the incident, saying this was the only dam in this district that was used not only to irrigate hundreds of acres of land, but also hundreds of residents …

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Kankor Exam Results To Be Announced Soon

The results of Afghanistan’s nationwide university entrance exam called Kankor will be announced on the early days of the upcoming week, the Ministry of Higher Education declared on Friday. “The Kankor technical team is working hardly on the results. We are trying to announce the results at the beginning of …

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Hezb-e-Watan Returns Back to Political Scene

The Loyalists of Watan political party on Friday declared its return to political scene by holding a gathering in Kabul. The leader of the party says the critical situation of the country forced them to re-establish the party. “I see division in the remarks of the politicians. They are accusing …

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