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MoMP eyes protecting ancient relics in Mes Aynak

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AT-KABUL: Consistent with a new policy to safeguard ancient relics, Ministry of Mine and Petroleum inked a pact with Ministry of Culture and Information to protect all ancient…

Peace a necessity for Kabul, Islamabad: Sherpao

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AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: Effective measures are needed for peace in the region, an imperative for Pakistan and Afghanistan, a senior politician says. Concerted efforts were required to put…

Editorial: Kunduz fatality

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Deaths and injuries from suicide bombings and complex attacks by militants has reached new peak. But such reciprocate from Afghan and foreign forces is absolutely unacceptable. The objective…

Opinion: Issues Involved to Understand the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)

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Feng Da Hsuan, Chief Adviser of the China Silk Road iValley Research Institute and Former Vice President for Research, the University of Texas at Dallas and Liang Haiming…

India to build another dam in Afghanistan despite Taliban threat

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Once completed, the dam will hold 146 million cubic meters of potable water for two million people in Kabul and irrigation water for 400,000 acres of land Thestatesman.com…

ED: Nine million voters?

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Indeed, election is one of the most important pillars of democracy to be practiced in a very best manner. Elections are the most important time for both citizens…

NSA discusses peace prospects with British envoy

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AT News Report-KABUL: National Security Advisor Haneef Atmar met with British Ambassador to Afghanistan, Sir Nicolay Kay, in Kabul on Saturday and discussed prospects of peace process. Atmar…

“Nine million registeredvoters, an overstatement”

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AT News Report-KABUL: A wave of criticism by Afghan politicians followed the election commission’s announcement and UNAMA’s endorsement of “exaggerated figures” of registered voters amounting to nine million….

Karzai irked over civilian strike deaths

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AT News Report-KABUL: Former President Hamid Karzai has strongly condemned a military operation in Helmand’s Baba Gee district that brought about civilian casualties. Karzai voiced his concerns also…

Editorial: Tensions could deescalate after Sunday

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In the face of short exile, it took almost a year for Vice President (VP) Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum, to make a return which is likely on Sunday…