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530 schools still remain closed countrywide: MoE

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AT Monitoring Desk KABUL: The Ministry of Education (MoE) said Saturday that hundreds of schools are still remain closed in parts of the country due to security threats…

Insecurity irks Kunduz investors

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AT Monitoring Desk KABUL: After a long-term delay in formation of the new cabinet by the national unity government and the leadership of key posts by caretakers, security…

Border security measures: Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan up cooperation

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AT Monitoring Desk KABUL: A senior security official in Iran said Saturday that the three neighbors—Afghanistan, Iran and Pakistan are cementing their cooperation to beef up security in…

Public dismayed at HPC’s performance: Survey

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Revised mechanism for reconciliation, fighting corruption, implementation of law in balance required to reach sustainable peace, say surveyors AT News Report KABUL: A nationwide survey conducted under the…

Nine cabinet-picks with dual nationality on axe of MPs

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“MPs say they cannot tolerate any pressure from the government in vote of confidence for the cabinet nominees. We will approve only those nominees who qualify for ministries…

174 suspected criminals arrested in Kabul

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AT News Report KABUL: The Kabul police on Saturday said that 174 suspected criminals were arrested within past ten days. In a press statement issued here, the capital…

Facebook sets up ‘dark web’ link to access network via Tor

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Facebook has created the ability for users to connect directly to the social network via anonymising “dark web” service Tor. While it was already possible to access Facebook…

Afghanistan-A upset Pakistan-A in friendly match

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KABUL: Afghanistan-A beat Pakistan-A by 54 runs in the one-off limited overs match in the Pakistani capital Islamabad as Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz…

Illiteracy rate in Afghanistan stands at 64pc

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5 million citizens educated since 2002 including 60 percent females; seven million citizens still illiterate; 78 ‘adult literacy schools’ functional across country The Ministry of Education says it…

Afghans need lasting peace, stability to make headway in sports

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By Baber Khan Sahel and Ahmad Siyar Sirat Cricket in Afghanistan as well as other sports have had several achievements over the past decade and would see more…