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8 ALPs killed mysteriously in Zabul

Eight Afghan Local Police (ALP) were killed mysteriously in southern Zabul province of Afghanistan, a security source said on Saturday. On the condition of anonymity a security source said to Ariana News that the incident has occurred on Friday in Bagh area of Arghandab district where the eight ALPs were …

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ANSF clear key Helmand district of Musa Qala

Afghan security forces have seized control of Musa Qala District of Helmand province last night, security officials said. Provincial governor spokesman Omar Zwak said on Saturday that Afghan security forces have cleared the district without any resistance. Taliban militants overrun the district about a month ago and Afghan forces evacuated …

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Afghanistan second-largest refugee group after Syria

Until last year, Afghans were the largest global refugee population at 2.6 million people – almost 10 percent of the country’s entire population. Today, estimated at 12 percent, they Afghans ranked as the second largest group after Syrians to have reached European shores and borders. According to the United Nations’ …

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Afghan forces killed 13 militants in Maidan-e Wardak

Afghan local officials said they killed at least 13 militants during several military operations carried out Nerkh, Sayed Abad, Jalriz and Daymirdad districts over the past 24 hours. Maidan-e Wardak Press Office in a newsletter said that in a clash that was conducted yesterday between security forces and the armed …

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Taliban attack on Pakistani Base kills 16

The Pakistani Taliban launched a brazen assault on a military base on the outskirts of the northwestern city of Peshawar early Friday, storming a mosque inside the sprawling compound and killing 16 worshippers during prayers. The attack triggered an hours-long firefight with Pakistani troops at the base, during which an …

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US spent on equipments more than ANSF needed: SIGAR

The Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) expressed his concerns in a letter to the US four-star general who oversees international military operations in Afghanistan, writing has purchased equipments more than the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) needed. John F Sopko, head of SIGAR said that the US Congress …

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Afghanistan water sources use by neighboring countries

The fears of a security breakdown in Afghanistan boil the larger possibility of an economic collapse. The country’s revenues seem abysmal, and the mismanagement of billions of dollars in aid has turned it entirely dependent on foreign donations and the presence of foreign troops. With Afghanistan being largely an agricultural …

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NUG leaders to Hold Final Session-Decision on NEIC

  President Ghani –CEO Abdullah Abdullah in order to exchange their points of views and take the final decision on distribution of National Electronic Identification Cards will have session in the future. Source has told to Ariana News that the session is tending to be taken place tonight in between …

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Deteriorating Security Situation in Afghanistan Arouses Concern: Putin

Russia is worried about the escalating security situation in Afghanistan and the lack of results from NATO’s extensive presence in the country, Russian President Vladimir Putin said Tuesday. “We are concerned about the situation in Afghanistan. International Security Assistance Force was in this country for a long time, and made some efforts, including the …

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Inner gunfight killed two at wedding party

Gunfight occurred at a wedding party in Jabul Saraj district in northern Parwan province of Afghanistan between the two illegal armed groups, a local security official told Ariana News on Wednesday. Provincial police chief Mohammad Zaman Mamozai said,” two illegal gunmen were killed during the clashes and another three were …

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