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Unknown Gunmen Burn Mosque in Logar

Unidentified gunmen set fire to a mosque in Logar Province late on Wednesday, a local official said. Hasib Stanekzai, the head of Provincial Council in Logar Province, told Ariana News that the incident occurred in the Qala-e-Qazi area of the Baraki Barak District. The fire resulted in the partial destruction …

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Too Early to Judge Panipat: Afghan Film

Officials in the Afghan Film, a state-owned institution, said Wednesday that it is too early to have a judgement about Panipat.  Panipat is an upcoming 2019 Indian historical film that portrays the “Third Battle of Panipat” fought between Indian Army and forces of King Ahmad Shah Abdali, who is regarded …

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Mistreatment of Afghan Ambassador Provokes Strong Reactions

The mistreatment of Afghan ambassador to Islamabad, by Pakistan’s Inter-Service Intelligence (ISI), raised strong reactions in Kabul. Afghanistan Senate, the Upper House of Parliament, called it a clear violation of Afghanistan’s national sovereignty. “We condemn the action of Pakistan which is in contradiction with diplomatic norms. Spy agencies does not …

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Abdullah’s Campaign Calls for Invalidation of 300,000 Fraudulent Biometric Votes

The Stability and Partnership campaign led by Abdullah Abdullah has called on the Independent Electoral Commissions to invalidate 300,000 fraudulent biometric votes which are still in the server. Noor Rahman Akhlaqi, a senior member of Abdullah’s electoral team told a press conference on Monday that the suspicious votes include cases …

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Abdullah at SCO Emphasizes on Regional Cooperation, Counter-Terrorism

Afghanistan’s Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah called on participants at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit that the region needs an efficient strategy to fight against terrorism. On behalf of Afghanistan, Abdullah on Saturday addressed the 18th meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization’s 2019 Council of Heads of Governments in Tashkent. …

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