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ALP Buys Weapons Illegally from Gunrunners

A number of Afghan Local Police (ALP) buys light and heavy weapons illegally from their own pockets, Kapisa local police members say. 650 ALPs also struggle along with Afghan National Police in Kapisa a province in northern Afghanistan to ensure the security and fight against the government insurgent groups. Saying …

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NDS Disrupts Kabul Terror Plot by Haqqani Network

National Directorate of Security – Afghanistan’s Intelligence Agency have arrested five members of Haqqani terrorist network who were plotting to perform suicide and offensive attacks in Kabul. NDS members killed four members of a terrorist group belong to Haqqani network and arrested another five after an armed fight in Logar …

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Gunmen briefly overrun Ghazni, Abduct 7 civilians

At least seven civilians were kidnapped by unknown gunmen in Gharabagh district of Ghazni province, officials said. Spokesman of Ghazni governor, Shafiq Nang confirmed the abduction, saying the abductees were on their way to Ghazni when armed men disembarked them from a vehicle and took them to an unclear location. …

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MPs, tribal leaders stress on Jihad against Pakistan

A number of Members of Parliament and tribal leaders in the south-eastern province say that Jihad against Pakistan should be taken seriously. They emphasized that the international community must persuade Pakistan for peace in any way. Hinting the recent deadly attacks in Kabul by the Taliban insurgents, tribal leaders praised …

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Religious Scholars Announce Jihad Against Pakistan

Afghanistan Clerics Council announced Jihad against Pakistan and declared it an obligation for people. Dozens of religious scholars in Shah Shahid area of Capital, Kabul in a gathering declared jihad against the neighboring Pakistan; a country that every day kills Afghan innocent people, according to them. They strongly warned that …

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Pakistan Leads “Proxy War” In Afghanistan: NDS

Afghanistan National Directorate Security (NDS) claimed that Pakistani army officers are leading war in Afghanistan after the death of Mullah Omar; Taliban’s ex-leader. Spokesman of NDS declared that Pakistan’s army has launched “Proxy war” in Afghanistan since years ago. Taliban’s reclusive leader, Mullah Muhammad Omar, has died of health problems …

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Ghani: Terrorists Uses Pakistan Territory Against Afghanistan

President Ashraf Ghani in his meeting with ambassadors of foreign countries said that Pakistan’s action against terrorists in the coming weeks will determine the relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan. Ashraf Ghani summoned ambassadors of foreign countries to Presidential Palace to remind them the involvement of Pakistan in Afghanistan affairs too. …

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Unidentified Gunmen 12 Minority Hazaras In Ghazni

Unknown gunmen kidnapped 12 ethnic minority Hazaras from a car in east Afghanistan, days after suspected Taliban fighters kidnapped and killed four Hazaras in the same province, according to Reuters. Tuesday’s kidnappings in the province of Ghazni follow a spate of suicide bombings in Kabul last week and add to …

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ANP Accused of Cooperation with Criminals: Ulomi

Afghan police is accused of cooperation with criminals in heavy crimes, a senior Afghan official said on Wednesday. “There are many complaints against Afghan police, accusations like misusing job authorities, corruption, dereliction of duty, human rights violations, cooperation with criminals and participation in heavy crimes,” Noorulhaq Ulomi minister of interior …

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USAID Inked $38 million MoU with IARCSC to Empower Afghan Women

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is providing $38 million for a five-year Afghan women’s empowerment program through the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Services Commission. On Wednesday, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between the USAID and the Administrative Reforms Commission to train management and leadership …

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