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President Ghani Visits Paktika Province

President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani is on trip to visit tribal leaders and review the situation of Shirana district of Paktika province on Tuesday morning. The objectives of his trip are to review the recent situations of Argun and Yahyakhail districts. Pakitka Province is bordering Pakistan where huge number of insurgents …

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ANHAM illegally imported armored vehicles to Afghanistan

ANHAM, a private company has imported more than five hundred armored vehicles to Afghanistan without payment of customs, according to documents related to Attorney General’s Department. Ariananews finds documents that indicates a private company under the name of ANHAM has imported five hundred and fifteen armored vehicle to the country …

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Awcc presents 3G internet services to its customers

Officials in Afghan Wireless Communication Company Awcc said,” we provide standard World services to our every single customers across Afghanistan.” Acting Ministry of Technology and information Barialay Hessam said,”the Awcc 3G will provide better internet services in the country.” Head of the AWCC Amin Ramin during the inauguration ceremony has …

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Reforms in Electoral Law, Electoral Systems required: FEFA

Electoral watch organizations and civil society activists believe if the government does not bring reforms in electoral commissions leadership, people will lose their trust in democracy and the upcoming parliamentary elections will face with new challenges. Free & Fair Election Forum of Afghanistan Organization (FEFAo) had organized consultation meetings with …

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Magnetic bomb injured at least 1 person in Kundoz

An explosion occurred in northern Kundoz province of Afghanistan on Saturday around 01:00 PM. Kundoz police chief spokesman, Sarwar Hussaini confirmed the incident and said that a magnetic explosive device placed in a police ranger went off in 7th district of Kundoz City. Witnesses in the area saying, this incident …

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