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7 Afghan drowned dead bodies delivered in Kabul

Turkey Government has delivered 7 dead bodies of those Afghan migrants whom were trying to reach to Europe by water, where their boat was sank in between Turkey and Greece. Total number of the drowned Afghan migrants were 12 where 7 of the dead bodies delivered by the Turkey Government …

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Afghanistan’s waters should be bridled: Ghani

  Afghanistan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani during a press conference has stated that Afghanistan’s water should be bridled. President Ghani has also mentioned that 21 water dam has been built to bank the water across the country. President Ghani went on and urged that Afghanistan cabinet doesn’t understand the values …

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SIGAR publishes report on deficiencies of MOD building

Today, SIGAR published an inspection of the U.S.-funded $154.7 million Afghan Ministry of Defense (MOD) headquarters. The MOD headquarters, with some exceptions, generally met contract requirements and appears well built. Originally, the cost of the headquarters building was $48.7 million, and it was to be completed in about 18 months. …

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ANSF to be equipped with drone planes soon: Davis

  US military senior Gen, Davis Gordon has stated that soon Afghan National Security forces to be equipped with 8 drone planes which were delivered by the US Government to Afghanistan’s Defense Ministry to target the insurgents in upcoming war in Afghanistan. Officials in Afghanistan’s Defense Ministry have confirmed the …

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Afghanistan, Pakistan agree on extension of APTTCA agreement

In the 6th meeting of Afghanistan Pakistan Transit Trade Coordination Authority (APTTCA), Pakistani Commerce Secretary Muhammad Shehzad Arbab and Afghan Deputy Minister of Commerce and Industries Mozammil Shinwari agreed to revise the provisions of the present agreement, and amendments will be made appropriately with a view to further facilitating the …

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HRW reports surge in Taliban child soldier recruitment

Taliban forces in Afghanistan have added scores of children to their ranks since mid-2015 in violation of the international prohibition on the use of child soldiers, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said. New Human Rights Watch research shows that the Taliban have been training and deploying children for various military operations …

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Gunmen kill 9 Pakistani police in overnight attacks

Taliban gunmen killed at least nine Pakistani policemen in twin attacks overnight in a northwest tribal district that borders Afghanistan, officials said on Thursday. Two separate groups of militants struck almost simultaneously at a police checkpoint in the Pandyali area of Mohmand district where they killed seven, and at a …

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MoU of road construction of Farah signed

The memorandum of understanding of the road construction with the length of 12, 8 kilo meter in Anar Dara district of Farah province has been signed in between the Afghanistan Ministry of Public interests and Japan official in Kabul. Afghan officials are optimistic over the road construction saying it will …

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Corruption rocks judiciary Department of Afghanistan:TIW

Transparent International Watch has published a report on Afghanistan’s judiciary department where corruption rocks within the offices. In the report which has been released,the Government was demanded to establish an independent and powerful institution to review the corruption and to be free from political influences. Transparent International Watch has marked …

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BF assists TB patients in Kabul

Bayat Foundation has provided six thousand packets of nutrients and clothing for the tuberculosis patients in Kabul city. Head of Bayat Foundation Eng, Ehsanollah Bayat has addressed one of the main factors for tuberculosis disease is having no proper and healthy food. Head of Bayat Foundation Eng, Ehsanollah Bayat said,” …

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UN express concerns on Afghan children’s life

UN Secretary-General’s Representative for Children has expressed concerns over the Afghan Children’s bad condition in Afghanistan, saying hopes should be given to Afghan children for their future.  Officials in Ministry of Foreign Affairs have confirmed the issue saying despite of being committed to provide support for Afghan’s children.  UN Secretary-General’s …

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