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Pakistan eager to resume Afghan peace process: Aziz

Pakistan National Security Advisor Sartaj Azizi said,” Efforts are underway to re-begin peace talks to have Afghan Government and Taliban to sit behind the peace talks table once again from Pakistan Government.” He has declared the reason for frozen ties of Kabul- Islamabad is the insurgency activities intensified in the …

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Karzai angry at US role to combat terrorism in Afghanistan

Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai speaking to Al Jazeera’s UpFront on the 14th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, said the U.S. and International troops existence could not bring security to Afghanistan. Karzia said the U.S. and International Forces presence in Afghanistan could not defeat extremism, but rather increased extremism in …

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FEFA Highlights Shortcomings in Electoral Reforms Package

Free & Fair Election Forum of Afghanistan (FEFA) highlighted some shortages at the short-term electoral reform package recommended by the Special Electoral Reform Commission. FEFA officials say they have found two major shortcomings in the recommended package; firstly, flaws and contradictions are seen in some articles of the package; secondly, …

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CEO,IEC officials Report Holding of Parliamentary Election

Officials in CEO office and Independent Election Commission have reported that parliamentary, Provincial council Elections to be held in coming month. An schedule for holding the parliamentary Election will be shared to the Nation in coming two days officials in Independent Election Commission said. One of the Presidential advisers has …

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Afghan Universities Require Qualitative Assessment: Masoud

Afghan universities require an overall assessment to resolve issues and challenges students face continuously, Ahmad Zia Masoud the Special Envoy to President on Reforms and Good Governance Affairs said on Saturday. Masoud says the situation of universities in Afghanistan is not acceptable for students, because the universities curriculums are old …

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MPs claim Pakistan’s ISI behind e-ID card issues

Afghan Members of Parliament insisting on an urgent distribution of the electronic ID cards claiming neighboring intelligence agencies are behind the issues. Lawmakers urged an immediate distribution of the ID cards on Saturday session claiming it will bring improvement in the security condition and guarantees the transparency in the future …

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Afghan Asylum Seekers Arrive in Greece

Afghan refugees who have left Afghanistan to seek asylum in European countries especially in Germany have flooded to Greece with their families. The Afghan refugees have made their way to the Lesbos Island in Greek through Turkey either in families or in big groups of men. Afghan immigrants complain about …

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U.S. drone strike kills 15 Pakistani Taliban in Afghanistan

A U.S. drone strike killed at least 15 Pakistani militants in Afghanistan’s Gomal district on Wednesday, intelligence officials said on Friday, part of an intensifying drone campaign against Pakistani militants in Afghanistan. Three Pakistani intelligence officials confirmed Wednesday’s strike in an area bordering Pakistan’s South Waziristan region. “Fifteen dead bodies …

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Afghanistan buys 120,000 tons of rice annually

Afghanistan Chamber Commerce and Industry says that Afghanistan buys close to $ 180 million worth of rice every year from 15 countries of the world. Officials in Chamber of Commerce criticized the ministry of agriculture, saying a lot of money would remain in the country if seeds were provided for …

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