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WJ delegation to visit north about angry protests

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AT News Report-KABUL: As pro-Dostum protests in the north spiral out of control, Wolesi Jirga of the Parliament ruled on Saturday to assign and send a delegation to…

Political parties seek termination of ‘rigged’ voter registration

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A re-commencement of process using biometric system proposed AT News Report-KABUL: Amid perpetuation of pre-election tensions, prominent leaders of political parties and alliances heaped scorns on a “rigged…

Govt. to buy fertilizers from Balkh firm

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AT News Report-KABUL: Ministry of Agriculture Irrigation and Livestock signed an agreement with the Ministry of Mine to purchase 20,000 metric tons of fertilizers from a fertilizer factory…

Gloomy days for ANA: 20 soldiers embrace martyrdom in Farah

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“This is not the first attack,nor is it the last” By Farhad Naibkhel-KABUL: Twenty army soldiers embraced martyrdom on Friday night following a massive midnight attack of Taliban…

“Interim govt. only way out of crisis”

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AT News Report-KABUL: Kandahar’s Provincial Council warns that formation of an interim government is the only way out of the ongoing crisis. In a large gathering held Saturday…

Peace Council welcomes Medina Imam’s peace remarks

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AT News Report-KABUL: The High Peace Council welcomes statement by the Prophet mosque (Masjid Nabawi), calling his support of the peace talks in Afghanistan effective. Mohammad Amin Waqad,…

Senator says Black Water can’t help Afghan security

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AT News Report-KABUL: A member of senate claims that the situation in Afghanistan is turning to a peaceful direction, saying that the American security company, Black Water could…

Senior IS leader, Taliban propagandist caught in Ghazni

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AT News Report-KABUL: With the innumerable endeavors of police forces to locate and capture rebels in different parts of the country, police officers in southeastern Ghazni province have…

NATO helps Afghan forces to pressure Taliban for peace talks

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AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: NATO says its military presence in Afghanistan is aimed at helping the local forces to pressurise the Taliban into coming to the negotiating table. NATO…

ED: Security deteriorates and responsibility goes to… 

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Skepticism abounds and many commentators are in deep bewilderment to know reason behind current fatality sustained to Afghan commoners and security forces. Our security institutions have been playing…