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Editorial: What a brutality

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How worse it is to learn that children since longtime have been trained to fight and plant Improvised Explosives Device (IED) by Taliban insurgents—a group claiming to be…

Editorial: Out of ground reality

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It is time for the Afghan government to strongly react to a statement made by former Blackwater CEO, Erik Prince that Taliban or Islamic State (IS), also known…

Editorial: Afghan masses at crossfire

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The massacre of more than 40 innocent women and children which was carried out recently by the Taliban militants in Sar-i-Pul province, has made the Afghan people and…

Cool reception, discerns why?

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The question is not here that why President Ashraf Ghani received cool reception during his visit to Iran to take part in the oath-taking ceremony of his Iranian…

Editorial: Paradoxical polices

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The US National Security Adviser Gen. H.R McMaster said that President Donald Trump wants Pakistan to change its paradoxical policy of supporting the militants who are causing the…

ED: Government to decide

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The Afghans are listening things that some people want to make fronts of fight against the insurgents by their own and even assure the central government that they…

Editorial: Cruelty reached peak

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Islamic State (IS), which is also known as Daesh terrorist have claimed responsibility for the deadly attack on a mosque in western Herat province. More than 100 people…

Editorial: None can inflict sectarian war

Insurgent attacks have been escalated. Casualties among military and civilians are high. Children and women are among killed and wounded. As a whole the Afghan civilians have been…

Editorial: Don’t fritter away

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The US administration has to be careful about every single decision regarding America’s longest war, however, with no eye-caching result in Afghanistan. When there is expectation of new…

Editorial: Water is life

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Most of the Afghan masses still do not have access to clean drinking water despite billions of dollars invested to supply the nation with a steady supply. In…