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Russia ready to invest in Afghanistan

Russian officials of Chamber of Commerce stress on further investment in mining, construction and commercial business fields in Afghanistan. “We are ready to invest in infrastructure sectors of Afghanistan and we want to strengthen our relations with Afghanistan,” said a member of Russia’s Chamber of Commerce. Meanwhile, officials in Afghanistan …

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2015 bloodiest year for Afghan women: HRC

The Independent Human Rights Commission (HRC) says violent crime against women in Afghanistan hit record levels and became increasingly brutal in 2015. The struggle to secure women’s rights in Afghanistan has been an embattled one. After years of faltering campaigns, the landmark Elimination of Violence against Women Act (EVAW) was …

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2 men brutally killed in field trail in Takhar

Two men were brutally murdered by angry men in a field trail in Chah Aab district of Takhar province, said spokesman of Takhar governor. Spokesman of Takhar’s governor says that the two suspects who were arrested on charges of involvement in murdering a doctor surrounded by people and  both stoned …

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UNHCR calls on Pakistan to cooperate with Afghan migrants

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has urged Pakistan for cooperation on clarifying the fate of 2.5 million Afghan refugees. UNHCR wants Islamabad to renew the so-called Proof of Registration (PoR) cards for registered Afghan refugees because they expired in December but were granted six month extensions by the …

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Gov’t has no Political will to protect environment: NEPD

Officials in National Environment Protection Department ( NEPD) stated that Government of Afghanistan has no Political will to protect the environment from ruining. They have declared ignoring law, poor coordination, cultural poverty, no capacity within the Governmental departments are counted as the major problems for the National environment protection department. …

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BF assisted needy families in Ghor

The Bayat Foundation (BF) has assisted more than hundred needy families  in north- western Ghor province. BF representative in Herat says that these aids were distributed following the foundation’s winter aid program. “The Bayat Foundation will cover other provinces of the country with these assistance in the nearest time, said …

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MOI Registers International citizens visit Afghanistan

Officials in Director General of Foreign Affairs of Population Registration Review have stated that scores of International citizens who visit Afghanistan are being registered by our staffs in 11 ports and 4 International airports in Afghanistan. Head of the Director General of Foreign Affairs of Population Registration Review department of …

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Dozens of civilians killed in Kabul, Kunar explosions

A suicide bomber below his explosive vest at Ministry of Defense entrance gate late afternoon, killed 9 persons including military and civilians, and injured 13 others Police officials have confirmed. Kabul police chief Gen, Abdul Rahman Rahimi said,” a suicide bomber below his explosive vest at the entrance gate of …

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More than 36,000 Afghan forces left the row in 2015: WSJ

Wall Street Journal WSJ published a report indicating that more than 36,000 Afghan security forces have left the police row in 2015, a report which was called false by the Officials in Afghanistan’s Ministry of interior Affairs. The Afghan police lost nearly a quarter of its members last year after …

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Germany: Majority of Afghan asylum seekers to be expelled

The majority of illegal Afghan refugees will not be accepted in Germany and will be expelled forcefully, Markus Potzel, German ambassador to Afghanistan said. German top envoy who was speaking during a special interview with Ariana News says lack of faith on the Afghan government, lack of employment opportunity, security …

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