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Head of Zabul PC rescues assassination attempt

Head of the Provincial Council of southern Zabul province was rescued an explosion on Saturday morning. Atta Jaan, head of the provincial council on phone call said,” explosive devices (IEDs) planted in front of my house in Shajoy district detonated which injured two of my security guards”. According to the …

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More than 29 rebels killed in several operations: MoI

Afghanistan ministry of interior announced Friday that more than 29 rebels were killed in several operations around Afghanistan. According to ministry of interior press release, national army and national security forces cooperated in military operations that were carried out the Kabul, Sare Pul, Kandahar, Zabul, Urozgan, Herat, Farah and Helmand. …

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Afghanistan avalanche toll tops 300

More than 300 people have been killed in a series of avalanches triggered by heavy snowfall in 18 provinces of Afghanistan, there is the possibility the death toll could rise still further. According to Ariananews reporters the bulk of the deaths came in Panjshir and Badakhshan provinces, where at least …

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15 armed oppositions killed, wounded in Sare Pul

At least 15 armed oppositions of the government were killed and wounded in Barghad and Gul Khairi Say areas, center of Sare Pul by Afghan security forces. Abdul Jabar Haqbin, head of Sare Pul said, “Afghan joint security forces in a clearing operation under the name of “Winter Capture” recaptured …

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ATN Launches 2015 Music Award Show

The 9th and largest Music Award Show of Ariana Television Network (ATN) got underway with the most Afghan popular stars who were descended on a single platform and set the stage ablaze with breathtaking performances in Kuala Lumpur city of Malaysia. Two popular Iranian and Tajiki stars Andi and Shabnam …

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2 ANA Soldiers killed 1 injured in blast in Khost

Major Abdullah the Thandar 203 Corp spokesman told to Ariana News that 2 Afghan National Army were killed and 1 other injured in the blast at Khost Province early Wednesday. Meanwhile Head of regional Hospital Dr Hedayatullah said,” 3 death bodies and 2 injured received by the health providers at …

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Taliban abduct 30 passengers in Zabul

The armed Taliban group in southern Afghanistan, Shah joy district of Zabul province stopped two buses traveling to the capital, Kabul, and abducted around 30 people the majority of them belonging to the ethnic Hazara minority. Muhammad Ashraf Naseri, chief of Zabul province confirmed the incident saying the abduction is …

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MoPW Warns Residents to stay homes

Officials in Ministry of public works have warned that the recent heavy snow falls and stormy weather in 9 provinces and 18 belonging districts have caused the life of the residents into danger. Acting Minister of Public Works Noor Mohammad Mangal said,” Local residents should pay attention the further guiding …

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Pakistan never stood by its commitments: Khalil Zad

America’s former ambassador to Afghanistan, Zalmai Khalil Zad said that Pakistan has not taken any action to change its policy against Afghanistan and never stood by its commitments in Peace talks with Afghan government. US former ambassador to Afghanistan in his recent speech has said that Pakistan has only been …

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Electoral Reforms Commission to be formed in coming days

Officials in Chief Executive Office says that the President is going to issue a decree tomorrow inquiring formation of an electoral reform commission agreed on the power sharing deal. Jandad Spinghar, Chairman of Afghanistan Election Watch Organization said,” We have directly contact officials in the National Unity Government and they …

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4 injured in a blast in Khost Province

A blast took place at the vicinity of Tribal and ethnic department located in Khost city. Karim Khaksar brother of Ghazi Nawaz Tanai who is the President advisor said, “the blast took place close to my office where one of my brothers and his 3 body guards were injured.” Meanwhile …

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