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More than atrocity: Taliban chop off old woman’s limbs before murdering her

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AT News Report-KABUL: The Taliban insurgents has gone too far this time, showing their uppermost face of atrocity after killing an elderly woman in brutal manner in southwestern…

Nation extremely needs tolerance, harmony:  Ashraf Ghani

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AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani in his message issued on the 10th anniversary of deadliest terrorist attack in Baghlan, said Afghanistan direly deserved harmony and tolerance…

Editorial: Resolve e-NIC issue

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Identity card is a national identity, document issued to citizens of a country everywhere around the globe. Tazkira (National Identity Card) is a recognized proof of our identity,…

26 insurgents killed in raids

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AT-KABUL: At least 26 militants have been killed, and nine others wounded in different crackdowns carried out by the Afghan security forces in the past 24 hours, security…

9,500 children dying from diarrhoea annually in Afghanistan: UNICEF

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Widespread violence is affecting the lives of many children across Afghanistan but preventable diseases and sickness, such as diarrhoea, continue to kill many more KABUL: Although the number…

Karzai condemns Kabul attack

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AT-KABUL: Hamid Karzai, the former president, “strongly” condemned Tuesday’s suicide bombing which killed seven civilians and wounded more than 20 in Kabul city. “Karzai called the attack an…

13 drug traffickers arrested

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AT-KABUL: The court of Criminal Justice Task Force (CJTF) on Wednesday said that 13 drug trafficker arrested in the past one week. CJTF in a press statement said…

Pakistan has had longstanding ties to Taliban, Haqqanis: US

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AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: The US Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson said that Pakistan has had long-standing ties to the Haqqni network and the Afghan Taliban. Tillerson said this…

Editorial: Unbroken trend

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From 2001-present, hundreds of civilian have been killed and wounded due to war-related violence in Afghanistan, where peace and stability still seems a distant dream. Beside security officials,…

Civilian casualties reached peak in October: CPAG

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AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: Showing concern over increasing civilian casualties in the country, the Civil Protection Advocacy Group (CPAG), termed October deadliest for Afghan masses as dozens of people…