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Tens of School Students poisoned in Herat

At least 100 of school students were poisoned in western He-rat province, provincial health officials. Preliminary reports suggest that students were poisoned after drinking water and foods tainted with poison, but security officials have not commented yet. Educational officials reject the accusation of students poisoned with tainted meals and water, …

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Differences solved between NUG leaders: Presidential Citadel

President’s spokesman, Ajmal Abedi has said that different visions of between the leaders of National Unity Government (NUG) is an ordinary issue and is not concerning. Differences mostly caused about the appointment of some figures in government positions indicate the extreme differences between White House and Afghanistan presidential citadel. President’s …

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Roadside bombing kills 12 civilians in Ghazni

A roadside bomb killed 12 civilians in Ghogyani district of Ghazni province on Friday, local officials said. Asadullah Insafi, Gen. Security commander of Ghazni confirmed the incident, saying the blast occurred when a Tones vehicle struck with an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) in Khogyani area. Insafi noted that women and …

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Suicide bomber targets NATO convoy in Nangahar

A suicide car bomber targeted a NATO convoy in eastern Afghanistan Friday, killing at least three civilians and wounding four others. Hazrat Hussain Mashriqwal, provincial police spokesman confirmed the incident, saying the attack happened outside the gates of the base, as a convoy was returning from an early patrol. The Taliban claimed …

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Differences grow over National Unity Government

Months after President Ashraf Ghani was sworn in, Afghanistan is still struggling to form a government, damaging the economy and miring the country in uncertainty as the Taliban insurgency continues. Afghan political analysts are said to consider the extreme differences between the two leaders of government caused people to not …

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Gunmen storm appeal court in Mazar-e Sharif

  Gunmen dressed in military uniforms stormed a court complex in the northern Afghan city of Mazar-i-Sharif on Thursday, officials said, explosions and gunfire rang out, wounding scores of people in an assault that highlighted the country’s fragile security situation. Our initial information shows that armed men entered the provincial …

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Mps Accuse Each other On Spreading of Bribe

  Receiving of Bribes, exerting pressures on Farkhunda’s family member to demand the re-positioning of those who had been sucked from the duties, has been the main accusations of Mps in today’s session at the lower house of the parliament. The continuation of the blaming process caused ended up with …

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Afghan women security situation considers alarming

Afghan women network findings indicate that after the transform of security responsibility from US led coalition to Afghan troops, the security situation for Afghan women is threatening. A survey by Afghan women network in 14 districts and 13 provinces of the country shows that security situation for Afghan women become …

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Iran pays Afghans to fight in Syria, Iraq, Yemen

Iran pays Afghan refugees to present in Syria, Iraq and Yemen wars, head of Mushrekat-e Mili party said. Najibullah Kabuli, head of Musharekat-e Mili party said that Iran has been recruiting “thousands” of Afghan refugees to fight in Syria, Iraq and Yemen offering 500 dollars a month. Members of Musharekat-e …

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Afghanistan Maintains its Currency Banking Policy Stable Vs Neighboring

Officials in Central Bank of Afghanistan have said,” that Afghanistan has maintained its currency Banking policy against neighboring countries policies stable in 2014 despite of severe banking challenges.” They have refused decreasing of the note banks supplies, contrary to that supplying note banks increased in 2014 within the bank. Acting …

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WJ summons acting general attorney to parliament

Following the concerns of Afghan prosecutors due to taking exam by Presidency, the Wolesi Jirga (WJ) summoned the acting general attorney to the parliament. Afghanistan Wolesi Jirga is said to consider taking exams by presidency is contrary to the constitutions. Representatives in parliament criticized the widespread corruption in the general …

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