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6 army troops martyred in Badghis

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AT-KABUL: Six Afghan army embraced martyrdom and seven others received injuries after their check post came under attack by the militants in western Badghis province, provincial officials said…

Afs240m pact inked on rural development

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AT-KABUL: MoRRDTuesday inked a pact with Provincial Councils to acquire their entire stake in implementation of 99 development projects countrywide. The Minister of Rural Rehabilitation and Development Mujeeb-u-Rahman…

NSA commends clerics peace spurring

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AT-KABUL: Condemning a suicide bombing outside a large ulema gathering, leaving 7 dead and scores injured, the National Security Advisor Haneef Atmar commended clerics’ continuous pursuit of peace…

October election will be gloomiest in history

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AT-KABUL: Heaping scorn on a widespread fraud and rigging in voter registration campaign, House of Elders of the bicameral National Assembly argued on Tuesday that future elections belong…

More than 33 arrests, 32,000 pounds of drugs seized

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AT-KABUL: More than 33 drug smugglers have been arrested and in excess of 32,500 pounds of drugs have been seized all over the country over past week, officials…

Clerics, preachers of solidarity and unity: Karzai

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There has been an ample denunciation ever since a radical Islamic State suicide bomber detonated himself near a large tented compound hosting a few thousands clerics who gathered…

Concerns mount over voter registration fraud in Kunduz

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AT-KABUL: The civil society activists in the northern province of Kunduz say that there is a “widespread” fraud in the voter registration process as well as national ID…

Will fulfill religious edict on terrorism; says Ghani

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AT-KABUL: President Ashraf Ghani ordered Tuesday to fulfill a recent religious edict verdict of the religious scholars based on which the current war and suicide attacks are declared…

‘Everybody is scared’: Pakistani media fighting — and losing — battle with ‘extreme’ censorship

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By Daud Khattak and Frud Bezhan-Military rule, religious extremism, and war have long made Pakistan one of the world’s toughest beats for journalists. But Pakistani reporters say free…

Editorial: Pakistan can’t get away with racist lies

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After attack on supporters of Pashtun Tahafuz Movement (PTM) that left ten people killed and over 30 wounded, military establishment of Pakistan is making all-out efforts to get…