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1400 ANA forces to join frontline’s brothers:Stanikzai

Officials in Ministry of Defense have stated on Sunday that despite of launching peace talk’s negotiations, we should also be ready to defend the independence of the country. Acting Defense Minister Masoud Stanikzai during his speech for the newly graduated Afghan National Army forces said,” we shouldn’t be optimistic for …

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Extremism level upraising in Afghanistan: Usmani

Minister of Haji and religious affairs Faiz Mohammad Usmani stated that on Saturday that the level of extremism is upraising in Afghanistan day by day, saying there are people who are trying to blackmail Islam and benefiting from it. Meanwhile religious Ulamas have urged that terror doesn’t have position in …

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Kabul to host quadrilateral session:MoFA

Officials in Ministry of Foreign affairs on Saturday said that Kabul city will host the second quadrilateral session, and Afghan officials will follow the steps according to road maps ,to determine date for beginning of negotiation, location, and discuss the main issues with Taliban. Ministry of foreign affairs deputy spokesman …

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IEC to announce election timeline for Parliament

Head of the Election commission Yousuf Nuristani has come to the lower house of the parliament to inform about new preparation for holding of parliamentary, district council elections in the country. According to Nuristani coming Monday will the day to announce the precise date for holding parliamentary and district council …

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Suicide bomber kills 7 on Pakistan consulate attack

Seven members of the Afghan security forces were killed Wednesday after unidentified gunmen attacked the Pakistani consulate in Nangarhar province, an official said on Wednesday. No group has so far claimed responsibility for the attack, which comes after a series of strikes on Indian installations in the region and amid …

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Quartet meeting agreed to eliminate irreconcilable groups

The political deputy of foreign ministry says that the participants of the quartet meeting; US, China, Pakistan and Afghanistan reached an agreement to use every facilities to eliminate the irreconcilable groups in the country. Hekmat Khalil Karzai, political deputy of foreign ministry noted that ending the war and meaningless violence …

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NUG to form new Election commissions: Danish

Second vice President Sarwar Danish has stated that fresh election commissions will be formed soon in the future, those commissions will definitely hold parliamentary election incoming spring in the country. However some experts have urged that President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani to present some legislative decree for further election reformation during …

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MPs criticize CEO’s recent statements on drugs

A number of members of Parliament on Tuesday criticized the recent statements of Chief Executive Officer, (CEO) Abdullah Abdullah regarding the increase of selling drugs in the country. They declared that CEO states irresponsible actions; adding he should take practical measures instead of ordering to track the causes of increasing …

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National interests should be considered in peace talks: Sayyef

Top member of Harasat and Sabat council of Afghanistan Abdul Rab Rasould Sayyef has insisted that officials from Afghanistan side should significantly consider the National interests, respecting the values of Afghanistan’s constitution, and halting of war for ever which discussing Afghanistan’s peace and stability in quartet peace talks process in …

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DI Poll: 2 out of 3 Afghans don’t trust in NUG

  Based on the survey launched by the Democracy International (DI) from three Afghans two of them don’t trust the current Government and its system, saying in the survey 4020 young Afghans were questioned from different parts of Afghanistan. The report also indicates that more than half of the voters …

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HRC expresses concerns on violence in Afghanistan

Officials in Human Rights Committee HRC have expressed deep concerns over human rights condition in Afghanistan, saying based on the estimation received by the upper house of the parliament in 2015 2597 cases of violence has been registered, and the report also indicated that 183 of the cases were raped …

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