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Ghani Travels to Northern Parwan Province

President Ashraf Ghani travelled to northern Parwan province early on Wednesday morning, the Presidential Palace said. In a statement released, Ghani’s office said he is leading a high-ranking governmental delegation. The visit aims to evaluate the reconstruction progress of Jabul Saraj Palace in the province. Speaking among elders of Parwan, …

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NAI Rejects Claims Made By President Ghani

A media advocate organization on Tuesday rejected the claims of President Ashraf Ghani against this organization, saying the President has received incorrect information. On Monday, President Ghani who was speaking at an event in Kabul, criticized the agency, saying the NAI agency has released a report that shows no action …

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Deputy NDS Chief Adib Fahim Resigns

Adib Fahim, the First Deputy of the National Directorate of Security, Afghanistan’s intelligence agency, announced his resignation early on Thursday. Fahim has released a copy of his approved resignation letter on his official twitter, which reads that he resigns due to “some personal problems”. President Ashraf Ghani has accepted and …

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Ghani Blamed of Limiting Lawmaker’s Authorities

Afghan presidential palace is not allowing parliamentarians to monitor the performance of the government institutions, a number of lawmakers claimed on Wednesday. Several lawmakers claimed that President Ashraf Ghani has not allowed a delegation of parliament to monitor the customs activities. “A delegation was assigned by the Lower House of …

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Ghani Fires MoFA Spokesman, Abdullah Tells Him to Continue His Job

President Ashraf Ghani has fired foreign ministry’s spokesperson, Sibghatullah Ahmadi over his twitter comments on Pakistan’s talks with the Taliban insurgent group but the Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah has denounced his decision. The Afghan presidential palace and Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) released conflicting statements over the Taliban’s 12-member visit …

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