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Number of Policewomen to reach 10,000: MoI

The number of policewomen in Afghanistan will be increased to 10,000 by the end of next year, the ministry of interior affairs said. Officials in the interior ministry noted that currently Afghanistan has 2,000 policewomen that the figure is expected to reach to 5,000 by the end of the year. …

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Wolesi Jirga to Discuss BSA Next Week

The Wolesi Jirga, Lower House of the Parliament, has announced that the House would begin discussion on Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) by coming week. The MPs on Monday’s session stated that the government had dispatched the BSA to the House of Representatives for the approval. The lawmakers declared they didn’t …

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2 Senior Al-Qaeda Members Killed In Nangarhar Raid: NDS

Two members of Al-Qaeda terrorist group including Abul Bara Al-Kowaiti—most senior member of the group in Afghanistan—have been killed in eastern Nangarhar province, NDS officials reported. The National Directorate of Security (NDS)—Afghanistan’s intelligence agency—reported Sunday that the militants were killed during a raid in Nazian district. According to NDS officials, …

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Abdullah Vows Reform In Electoral System

Chief Executive of the national unity government, Abdullah Abdullah, has promised to begin bringing reforms in the electoral bodies. Meeting the tribal elders from several provinces on Saturday, Abdullah Abdullah stated the future elections must not face challenges. “One of our basic commitments is to bring reform in the electoral …

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3 Civilians Injured In Kundoz Blast

Three people have been injured so far in a magnetic bomb blast in Khan Abad district of northern Kundoz province. The explosives were said to be placed in a Hilux civilian vehicle. Spokesman of Kundoz Police, Sayed Sarwar Hussaini, confirmed the incident saying the motive behind the incident was unclear …

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ANA, ANCOP Convoy Attacked In Helmand, Soldiers Killed

A suicide bomber has attacked a convoy of Afghan National Army (ANA) and Afghan National Civil Order Police (ANCOP) soldiers in southern Helmand province, officials said. Spokesman of Helmand governor, Omar Zowak, confirmed the incident that took place in the two-way of Kandahar-Herat highway, in the city of Lashkargah, capital …

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Taliban has no place among people: NDS

Director of National Directorate Security (NDS) has said that Taliban no longer have the support of people. Rahmatullah Nabil, Director of NDS emphasized that by signing the Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) it is impossible that Taliban will have the ability to stand against the Afghan security forces. Nabil warned that …

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Abdullah promises to enhance the education system

The chief of executive officer, Abdullah Abdullah has emphasized to eliminate the discrimination in education system. Addressing the teacher’s day ceremony, Abdullah said about the improvement of livelihood of teachers. He also noted that create of better conditions for education system is the programs of the government. In the meantime, …

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Rebels Are More Equipped Than ANSF: Daudzai

Acting Interior Minister Muhammad Omar Daudzai has said in some provinces the armed oppositions are more equipped with advanced weapons than the Afghan National Security Force (ANSF). Addressing a three-day meeting of Joint Armed Forces examining security challenges Wednesday in Kabul, the acting interior minister called on the international community …

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Insecurity increases in Kundoz province

A number of civil society activist and people of Kundoz province expressed concern over the insecurity situation in the province. They urged the government to provide security in the province and said that if no solution found, there is the possibility that other parts of the Kundoz province comes under …

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