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London conference on Afghanistan began today

The London Conference on Afghanistan, involving delegates from more than 50 nations, began on Thursday that hosted by the British Prime Minister David Cameron as foreign troops leaving Afghanistan by 31 December. President Ashraf Ghani and the chief of executive officer Abdullah Abdullah will seek to build bridges with the …

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International Disabled Day Observes in Afghanistan: MoWSADM

Officials in Ministry of Works, social affairs, Disabled and martyred on Wednesday have said there are 8,000,00 Disabled human beings live in Afghanistan which only 120,000 get benefited from the Governmental programs, salaries, and privileges in the whole country. However the Human rights commission in Afghanistan in International Day of …

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Cold winter in Capital, Tent Dwellers Livelihood

War displaced tent dwellers living in Kabul are complaining about their severe economical situations. After the weather is getting cold and winter comes; beside poverty, they are suffering from different diseases too. Ariana News correspondent, Nemat Ahmadi met with a number of tent dwellers reporting about Bibi Gul, 85, who …

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NATO, Afghanistan Open New Chapter of Cooperation: Ghani

President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani and Chief Executive Officer Abdullah Abdullah headed to Brussels to participate in NATO’s Foreign Ministers in Resolute Support format session on Monday. During a joint press conference at NATO headquarters with NATO Secretary General Mr. Jens Stoltenberg President Ghani said,” Our relation with NATO compelled by …

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Deputy Ministers directed to perform duties as acting ministers

Afghanistan’s president issued a decree on Monday directed all deputy ministers and deputy heads of the government to perform duties as acting ministers. According to President Ghani’s decree, with the exception of foreign acting minister, finance acting minister, chamber of commerce and industry acting minister and women’s affairs acting minister, …

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Access to Information Act Needs Revision: IWA, AIJA

Integrity Watch Afghanistan (IWA) and Afghanistan Independent Journalists Associations (AIJA) welcomed the approval of Access to Information Act and asked the government to bring premature reforms in the law being issued by President Ghani on Sunday evening. The aforementioned civil society organizations also asked the president to sign a legislative …

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11Civillians Killed, 30 Injured in Burka Blast

Suicide bomb blast took place during performing the funeral ceremony of a tribal leader in Burka district of Baghlan Province. District Governor Taj Mohammad Taqwa in Baghlan has confirmed the attack saying 2 police men and 6 civilians were killed on the spot. Eye witnesses have told to Ariana News …

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Kabul Citizens Live in Fear: Residents

Anti-government armed militant group’s recent insurgency activities have concerned the people in Kabul city to accuse the National Unity Government for being too reckless. A number of Kabul citizens interviewed by Ariana News correspondent said that they were hoping for a better and secure future after the formation of new …

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Taliban (S) Poppet for ISI: Senate House

Senators in the upper house of the parliament have said,” Taliban are the poppet of Pakistan inter-Intelligent Services ISI targeting human beings, and holy places without any clue of Islam in Afghanistan.” A number of the members in the senate house of the parliament have expressed their concerns over spreading …

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