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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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Kabul residents demonstrated against Pakistan interference

  Hundreds of Kabul residents in Begrami district demonstrated on Tuesday to condemn Taliban attacks and Pakistan interference in Afghanistan affairs. The protesters called terrorists activities against the Islamic teachings. “Taliban are killing people and destabilizing the country, those who commits suicide attacks they act against the Islam principles,” Dawlat …

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Taliban weakened, may divide with Omar’s death: Noor

Atta Mohammad Noor, acting-governor of Balkh province calls death of Mullah Omar a better opportunity for Afghan government to take serious actions against the Taliban insurgent groups. He believes the Taliban movement has become weak with Omar’s demise and their leaders are locked in internal conflict over choosing the new …

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NUG kicked off electronic ID card distribution date

On Monday session Minister’s Council ratified trial distribution of electronic identity cards to be started on August 19. “Fortunately, I have to say that in a historical decision minister’s council announced August 19 as the date for issuing electronic ID cards,” Mujib Ul Rahman Rahimi, Chief Executive Office spokesman said. …

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Part of Taliban opposes appointment of new leader

A number of Taliban leaders formed Islamic Emirate Council against Mullah Muhammad Akhtar Mansoor, Taliban’s new leader. A member of the council in an interview with Ariananews urged Mullah Muhammad Mansoor to resign from his post and abandon areas under their control; otherwise the council would continue movements in a …

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Anti-Pakistani protest staged in western Afghanistan

Hundreds of civil society activists and tribal elders staged a protest in Farah to condemn Pakistan interferences in Afghanistan’s affairs. In addition, the protesters announced their support for Afghan-led peace process and condemned the recent statement of Mullah Akhtar Mansoor, the new so-called leader of Taliban who emphasized to continue …

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Taliban planted mine killed 4 people in Ghazni

An explosion killed at least four people in central Ghazni province of Afghanistan. Explosion took place on Monday around 9:00 am in Andar district, provincial governor spokesperson Shafeeq Nanq Safi said. A roadside bomb went off when a rickshaw passed over the mine and killed three women including the driver, …

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