Tag Archives: Afghanistan

Taliban Kills 8 ALP in Ghazni

Eight members of Afghan Local Police (ALP) killed last night by Taliban militants in Deh Yak district of Ghazni province, a local official said Thursday. Provincial governor spokesman, Mohammad Arif Noori, told Ariana News that the incident took place last night at around 10:30pm after a group of Taliban fighters …

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‘Uncertain’ Fate of e-NIC Concerned Citizens

Expressing concerns on the “uncertain” fate of electronic National Identity Cards (e-NIC), a number of Kabul residents on Wednesday urged the government not to “politicize” national plans, and start distributing the electronic ID cards. Since last few days, at least 250 government officials have completed the bio-metric process for e-NIC …

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Ghani: Peace can’t be ‘Unilateral and Imposed’

Afghan President Ghani on Wednesday said that the demands of anti-government groups should be respected in the peace process, insisting that peace cannot be “unilateral and imposed”. Addressing National Conference on Peace Consultation with tribal elders, Jihadi leaders and provincial council members in Presidential Palace (ARG), Ghani said: “Peace can’t …

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Donor Countries Endorse MoI 4-Year Strategic Plan

The Afghan Ministry of Interior Affairs (MoIA) on Sunday announced its four-year strategic plan for the police reforms. The Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah, who was speaking at the International Police Coordination Board (IPCB) in Kabul, emphasized that Afghan National Police (ANP) must not be involved in politics and should stay …

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