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Taliban take control of Janikhel

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AT News Report KABUL: Taliban fighters took control of the strategic district of Janikhel in southeastern Paktia province after heavy clashes between Afghan security forces and the Taliban…

Taliban cash Raghistan’s gold mine

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  AT Monitoring Desk KABUL: Gold mine in Raghistan district of Badakhshan province has become a significant source of income for the Taliban insurgents, a provincial official said…

12 agro-industrial plants to start operation soon

By Farhad Naibkhel KABUL: Twelve agro-industrial plants will start operation soon in order to standardize Afghan farmers’ products in accordance to international markets standards. The agro-processing industry will…

Kabul to receive $60m arm packages from US

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AT News Report KABUL: Washington has approved a possible $60 million Foreign Military Sale of military equipment including crew served weapons, equipment, training, and support to Kabul. According…

Repatriating Afghans

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is in the spotlight as Afghan refugees in Peshawar have complained about discrimination, lack of basic facilities and corruption in…

Major terror attacks in Kabul this year

About 15 people were killed and 45 others injured in a terrorist attack on a private American-run university in Kabul on Wednesday night. Seven students were among those…

No more crossing of Afghans into Pakistan without travel documents: Pakistan

Those wishing to cross the Afghan border into Pakistan without travel documents will not be allowed in, Pakistan’s adviser to the prime minister on foreign affairs told the…

22 Insurgents Killed, 21 Wounded During Military Operations

About 22 Taliban militants were killed and 21 were injured during mopping-up operations led by Afghan security forces in 11 provinces of the country in the past 24…

Afghans widely condemn attack on American university in Kabul

KABUL: Afghans from all walks of life have strongly denounced the terrorist attack on an American-run university in Kabul which claimed over a dozen lives after 10 hours of…

Afghanistan’s ‘Achilles’ Gives His Life To Save Students

One of Afghanistan’s leading crack commanders, Lieutenant Mohammed Akbar, was killed in Wednesday night’s attack on the American University in Afghanistan – a loss that is seen as…