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MoI Officers Protest Over ‘Unknown Destiny’

A number of reserved police officers staged a protest near Afghan parliament on Tuesday over what they called their “unknown destiny”. The protesters claimed they haven’t received their salaries for the last two months and urged the government to identify their fate. “The government should either appoint us in a …

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Foreign Countries Should Not Turn Afghanistan Into Their Rivalry Hub: Iranian Envoy

Mohammad Reza Bahrami, the Iranian Ambassador to Afghanistan says that foreign countries should not turn the war-torn Afghanistan into their rivalry hub. On Sunday, Mr. Bahrami said the increasing activities of terrorist groups in Afghanistan and in the region is alarming and added that regional countries should provide the ground …

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Gov’t’s Decision to Resume Import of Petrol ‘A80’ Draws Criticism

National Environmental Protection Agency of Afghanistan (NEPA) has criticized the government’s decision to allow import of petrol ‘A80’, a “low-quality” fuel which was banned in the past in the country.  Nik Mohammad, the Chief of Surveillance and Auditing in NEPA, said that the low-quality fuels including ‘A80’ were being “smuggled” to Afghanistan, …

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