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APTTA a milestone in achieving economic integration

The ministry of commerce and industry is said to consider the Afghanistan-Pakistan Transit Trade Agreement (APTTA) a great achievement for Afghanistan in transit field. They said that Afghanistan and Pakistan have made serious commitments towards the implementation of economic and transit cooperation. Pakistan in a meeting in Islamabad has promised …

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Finally symbolic cabinet sarcastically announced by CSOs

Civil Society Activists formed symbolic cabinet of the National Unity Government to criticize on government procrastinations for introduction of the Cabinet. Hamida wardak a member of the Civil Society said,” Announcing the symbolic cabinet we declared that Afghans are tired of the current situation anymore”. The symbolic members of the …

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Further delays in Cabinet formation may cost NUG: MPs

Administrative Board of Afghan Parliament seriously criticizing the National Unity Government for continues delays in cabinet formation and warns if government fails to introduce the cabinet; will face with people up raisings to downfall the current system. Abdul Rauf Ebrahimi, Speaker of the Lower House of Parliament – Wolesi Jirga …

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Suicide attack killed 1, injured 5 others in Kabul City

A suicide attacker riding a Toyota Corrolla detonated his explosive devices (IEDs) beside foreigner forces vehicles in Pol-E-Charkhi road of Kabul City on Monday afternoon around 1:30 PM. Hashmatullah Stankzai, Spokesman of Kabul Police confirmed the incident with Ariana News saying that the explosion occurred in Yaktoot area of police …

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Afghan NUG failed any achievement during First 100 Days: CSOs

A number of Civil Society activists assembled together on Sunday to evaluate the last 100 days of Afghan National Unity Government and follow the commitments being made during the London Conference. Bari Salam, Spokesman of Afghanistan Civil Society Organizations (ACSOs) said that the Unity Government did not had a tremendous …

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Eid Milad-u-Nabi celebrated in Afghanistan

Eid Milad-u-Nabi is being celebrated on Saturday throughout Afghanistan with religious zeal and fervour. A number of Afghan religious scholars are said to consider Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) as guidance for mankind and said that Prophet Muhammad wiped out the cruelty, barbarism, Shrek and discord among Muslims. They emphasized that the …

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Afghanistan war is not over: Afghan analysts

A number of military analysts warned that the outgoing President Hamid Karzai has begun serious efforts to maintain power in President Ghani’s government. Afghan analysts in response to Karzai’s remarks that America and Pakistan are the main factors for Afghanistan current war said that President Ghani should not act as …

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Police seize about 450 Kilograms drugs in Takhar

Afghan police seized about 450 Kilograms opium in Takhar province and arrested three smugglers in connection to the case. The drugs including opium were seized from armed smugglers during an operation on the way to Balkh, said spokesman of Takhar police. Spokesman of Takhar Police, Khalil Asir added that last …

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ANSF takes nationwide security responsibilities

Starting January 1, 2015 Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) took the full security responsibility of the country. President Ashraf Ghani said that from now on Afghan forces will take all decisions and emphasized on the accountability and transparency of financial sources of the security institutions. Ghani on the first day …

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Blast targets Afghan border police in Jalalabad

A bomb fixed to an Afghan border police vehicle in Jalalabad, the provincial capital, went-off on early Thursday, officials said. Ahmad Zia Abdul Zai, spokesman of Nangahar governor said that Gen. Muhammad Zahir and one other civilian were wounded and his driver killed in the incident. He added that the …

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26 killed when rocket hits wedding party in Helmand

A rocket fired during fighting between Afghan forces and insurgents killed at least 26 wedding guests late Wednesday in Helmand province, officials said. Police spokesman Fareed Ahmad Obaid said the rocket struck a house in Sangin District of Helmand that wounded at least 45 people. The injured were taken to …

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Kabul police accused of selling drugs

The Counter Narcotics ministry accused the Kabul Police of involving in the sale of drugs to addicts. Deputy Finance of Minister of Counter Narcotics, Ibrahim Azhar noted that at least 300 kilogram heroin are sold to addicts daily which is impossible without police interference. The increase of drug addiction has …

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