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Senators summon MoD, MoI officials on insecurity

Officials in Ministry of Defense have acknowledged that neighboring countries intelligence efforts have failed to move the Peshawar, Miransha and Quetta councils into Afghanistan soil. Chief of staff in Ministry of defense added that Pakistan recent operations in Waziristan was show off, claimed that Afghan security forces have the capabilities …

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Criminal cases decreased in Kabul: Gen, Ubaidi

 Head of Kabul criminal investigation department Gen, Ubaidi claimed that criminal level activities decreased comparing to last year in the capital city of Kabul. According to Kabul head of criminal investigation department Friadon Ubaidi has declared different factors such as close cooperation of people, coordination of police discovery departments have …

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Afghanistan needs to control its airspace: Dawran

Afghan Government doesn’t have the control of its airspace since the International forces are controlling in the past one decade. Gen Mohammad Dawran has stated that no practical steps have been taken to have the control of Afghanistan airspace, only the Government can control the flights and landings of planes. …

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Afghan migrants will return Home: Ghani

  Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani who has visited Sweden has stated that those Afghan migrants who aren’t accepted by the Swedish Government will be returned home. Sweden Prime Minister has stated that Afghan migrants specially those Afghan migrants who are underage causes serious problems for both countries. Afghan migrants …

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First female Photography exhibition held in Kabul

  The very first female photography exhibition has been held in Kabul, in the following exhibition four female photographers have visited central Provinces of Afghanistan and have taken shots of different life style of women in remote areas. The following exhibition would be held by women on the street of …

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Fire breaks out in Kabul Mandawe Market

A huge fire broke out in Kabul Mandawe market at the center of the city on Saturday. Firefighters have arrived at the area trying to extinguish the blaze. Ali Jawad Ariana News correspondent reporting live from the site of the fire says the reason is not clear yet and firefighters …

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Mullah Akhtar Mansour dies of injures: Afghan officials

Taliban supremo Mullah Akhtar Mansour has died of injuries, a senior official confirmed on Friday. Press secretary of the first Vice President General Abdul Rashid Dostum said “Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour died of injuries.” According to Afghan officials, Mansour was injured in a firefight following a verbal dispute at …

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Afghan-US Operation releases 40 inmates in Helmand

AP: A joint Afghan-U.S. special forces operation has freed at least 40 Afghan prisoners from a Taliban prison in the southern Helmand province, authorities said Friday. The troops carried out a helicopter assault on the prison in Nawzad district Thursday night, according to a statement from U.S. forces in Afghanistan. …

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MoI starts reforms in procurement affairs

Afghanistan Ministry of Interior Affairs (MoI) started work on reforming the procurement affairs of the ministry. The reform process of interior ministry includes; changes in structure, changes in the provision of services and the transparency and accountability. According to officials in the ministry, monitoring and evaluation in procurement affairs have …

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Markel: Afghan refugees to be returned to Afghanistan

German Chancellor Angela Merkel says Afghans coming to Germany in pursuit of better economic circumstances will be sent back to Afghanistan. In a joint news conference with visiting Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in Berlin, Merkel said Germany would meet its humanitarian obligations for Afghans who are in “acute” danger because …

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Mullah Akhtar Mansour wounded in shootout: Sources

Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour was injured in a firefight following a verbal dispute at a meeting of militant commanders in Pakistan, sources said. “Mansour was seriously injured. He was rushed to hospital and we are not sure if he survived his wounds,” Sultan Faizi, the spokesman for the …

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AISS research indicates extremism among Afghan police

The new research of Afghanistan Institute of Strategic Studies (AISS) shows that extremism among Afghan soldiers exists but it is in a low level. According to the research, 68 percent of Afghan soldiers and police officers suffer from corruption and nepotism in government agencies; demanding for an armed combat against …

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