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Editorial: Constitutional battle

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The Wolesi Jirga or Lower House of the Afghan parliament has been irked by the nineteen ministries that failed to spend the allocated development budget for the fiscal…

Editorial: Unending agony

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The more Afghans hate war and bloodshed the more violence tightens its grip. At a glance it seems irreconcilable paradox the nation has to deal with as a…

Editorial: Civilians the victims of both conflict sides

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A group of the Taliban fighters attacked the German consulate in the northern city of Mazar-e-Sharif Thursday night using an explosives-laden vehicle which rammed the high outer wall…

Editorial: Persisted bloodshed

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It seems that the Taliban want to be responsible for more civilian killings on the Day of Judgment before the almighty God, as the group is urging the…

Editorial: US and Afghan war

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Afghan war has not been outlined as core issue by the two US presidential candidates—Republican Party nominee Donald Trump and Democrat Party nominee Hillary Clinton. Business tycoon Donald…

Editorial: Afghan Mona Lisa

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Afghans are going through the most difficult time. The country’s history has never recorded such a period of despair and bloodshed. In past the enemies were known and…

Editorial: Airstrike investigation

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Wars are ugly business. Bullets and rockets do not differentiate between civilians and armed people. Targets are chosen by people. Therefore, those should be held responsible for killing…

Editorial: Quality services

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Afghan government has been working with donor countries and organizations to explore solutions to the country’s many pressing needs. Most of the efforts are visible on papers. Situation…

Editorial: Budding evil

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Afghan security officials and commanders of the US-led foreign forces in the country claimed restricting Daesh, also known as the Islamic State, to a few districts whenever the…

Editorial: Rampage continues

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The civilian deaths in Afghanistan have become a routine. Innocent women and children are killed on different pretexts and ways. From roadside bombs and suicide attacks by the…