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North Korea successfully conducts nuclear test

North Korea said it had successfully conducted a test of a miniaturised hydrogen nuclear device on Wednesday morning, marking a significant advance in the isolated state’s strike capabilities and raising alarm bells in Japan and South Korea. The test, the fourth time North Korea has exploded a nuclear device, was …

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NUG delegation discuss major problems Afghan refugees face in Iran

The Chief Executive of Afghanistan Abdullah Abdullah, met Iranian Interior Minister, Abdul Reza Rahmani Fazli in Tehran on Tuesday and discussed Afghan refugees issues in Iran. According to a statement released by Afghanistan’s CE Office, during the meeting, the two sides have emphasized over tightening relations between the two countries, …

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1 US Service Member Killed, 2 Injured In Afghanistan

Officials have confirmed that a U.S. service member was killed during a counterterrorism operation in southern Afghanistan. Two more were injured. An American service member was killed and two others were wounded in Afghanistan. Officials said they came under fire during a counterterrorism operation. Several Afghan forces were also reportedly wounded. A …

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Terror groups accelerate “winter-offensive” in 2016

Afghanistan Ministry of Interior Affairs (MoI) says that the militant groups have increased their attacks in 2016 to show saber-rattling. MoI declares that the armed oppositions of the government are attempting to revenge their defeats in Helmand province and other parts of the country with launching suicide attacks. “The reason …

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AIHRC announces sharp rise in violence against women

The Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) is deeply concerned over a sharp increase of violence toward women. Around one hundred and ninety cases women’s murder from all across the country have been filed with the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) during the first six months of the current …

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Iran demands direct role in Afghan Peace Talks process

Iran foreign minister, Jawad Zarif in a meeting with Afghan Executive Officer, Abdullah Abdullah has said that it is an essential need that Iran involve in Afghanistan Peace Negotiation process. CEO, Abdullah Abdullah in response to his Iranian counterpart statements said that the Afghan government will evaluate the issue. Abdullah …

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Suicide bomber detonates explosives near Kabul airport

A bomber has detonated his explosives near the Kabul International Airport in Afghanistan’s capital, with no immediate information on possible casualties. The blast occurred on Monday morning close to a checkpoint near the airport. “A bomber on foot detonated his suicide vest… near Kabul airport,” Afghan Interior Ministry spokesman Najib …

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Saudi Arabia cuts diplomatic relations with Iran

Saudi Arabia has cut diplomatic relations with Iran in a sharp escalation of tensions between the two regional foes following the execution of the Saudi Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr. Adel al-Jubeir, the Saudi foreign minister, made the announcement on Sunday while the foreign ministry said it was asking Iranian …

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Armed Gunmen stormed into Indian Consulate in Balkh

A number of armed gunmen have stormed into Indian consulate in Mazar city Balkh Province late Sunday evening security officials confirmed. Balkh security chief Abdul Razaq Qaderi has confirmed the attack saying there were four attackers armed with RPG have attacked the Indian consulate late Sunday evening. Meanwhile one of …

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Afghan forces free 59 inmates from Taliban prison in Helmand

Afghan special forces freed 59 prisoners from a Taliban prison in Helmand, official said on Saturday, as government troops redoubled efforts to push back Taliban from Sangin district of Helmand. “Fifty Nine people were taken captive by Taliban in Nahr Saraj and Grishk districts in Helmand province, last night Afghan …

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News on the World: Top Stories of 2015

The Immigration Crisis The Crisis Intensifies Throughout Europe in 2015 During the summer of 2015, the Balkans route replaced the Mediterranean as the most traveled path by migrants. The United Nations High Commission for Refugees projected that 3,000 people a day will attempt to cross the Balkans to reach Western …

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