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Japan assisted $ 6 billion to Afghanistan since 2001

After the collapse of Taliban regime, many countries of the world took part in assistance to Afghanistan which Japan is among those countries. Japan’s ambassador to Kabul says that his country assisted nearly $ 6 billion to Afghanistan that most of the aids have been spent in construction, education and …

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CEO stresses on electoral reforms

Afghanistan Chief Executive Officer, (CEO) Abdullah Abdullah on Monday’s session of ministerial council strongly emphasized that the reforms will bring in electoral system. CEO says that efforts have started for holding the parliamentary election and provincial council. “The National Unity Government (NUG) has a strong determination in brining electoral reforms …

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President Ghani says efforts underway to become self sufficient

President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani during the inauguration of the sixth year of Afghanistan’s parliament has stated that Afghanistan is having the strong supports of the International community, and efforts are underway to become self sufficient in the future. President Ghani has further added that Afghan security forces have gained so …

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Those not willing to reconcile will die: Ghani

President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani during the 6th anniversary of Afghanistan parliament has once again invited Taliban into peace table and warned those who will not reconcile will be destroyed. The invitation of Afghan President comes that Taliban during a press release have rejected participation in direct peace talks process with …

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Ghani inaugurates 6th session of parliament

After 45 days of winter break, the Wolesi Jirga or the lower house of parliament’ sixth constitutional year has inaugurated by President Ashraf Ghani. Speaking at the opening of parliament, President Ghani emphasized on reforming electoral commissions and holding the parliamentary election and provincial councils. Ghani urged the parliament representatives …

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New members of Selecting Committee introduced by NUG: Sources

According to the recent bargaining of National Unity Government (NUG) leaders with the members of parliament and other figures, Four new members of the Selecting Committee have introduced as commissioner nominees for electoral bodies. Some sources in condition of anonymity told to Ariananews that Abdul Rauf Ibrahimi, chairman of Wolesi …

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We will not take part in Afghan peace talks: Taliban

 The Taliban said on Saturday it would not take part in peace talks brokered by a four-way group including representatives of Afghanistan, Pakistan, China, and the United States. The Taliban, ousted from power in a U.S.-led military intervention in 2001, has been waging a violent insurgency to try to topple …

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Sexual harassment increased against Women:IHRC

Members at Independent Human Rights Commission IHRC have stated that sexual harassment has increased against Women in the country, demanding the Ulema and Government to launch serious measurement to decrease such violence. IHRC members have urged if the practical steps doesn’t pursued to decrease the violence against Women, violence against …

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CE Abdullah assures Afghans will be on the loop

CE Abdullah Abdullah who has attended the death anniversary of Abdul Ali Mazari the former leader of Hezb Wadat Islami hoped that security condition in Afghanistan to be better, and assured Afghans that there will be no hidden deals will be made behind the scene. CE Abdullah Abdullah has promised …

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Direct Talks delayed for 15th March:HPC

Officials in High peace council have stated that the first direct peace talks which was to be held incoming three days in between the Afghan officials and Taliban, were delayed for 15th of March 2016, saying both side should agree on ceasefire first. Afghanistan security council members have demanded Pakistan …

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Pakistan plays dual policy against Afghanistan: Afghan experts

  Scores of Afghan political experts have urged that Pakistan hasn’t been honest towards ensuring peace into Afghanistan for decades as Pakistan National security advisor Sartaj Aziz spoke about housing of Afghan Taliban leaders in Pakistan for years. Political expert Zalmay Wardak said,” Pakistan has been rejecting housing Taliban and …

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Sartaj Aziz admits Pakistan housing Taliban leaders

Pakistan’s Foreign Affairs Adviser Sartaj Aziz has for the first time admitted that Islamabad holds sway over Taliban and hosts leaders of the Afghan militant group. The admission by Pakistan’s foreign affairs advisor Sartaj Aziz comes after years of official denials by Islamabad that it offers shelter or exerts any …

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Nicholson replaces Campbell as commander in Afghanistan

U.S. Army General John W. “Mick” Nicholson has taken command of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan, replacing Gen. John Campbell. Nicholson, 58, took over  from U.S. Army General John F. Campbell, who oversaw the end of the international combat mission in 2014 and an escalation in the Taliban’s war …

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