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Woman Arrested for Axing Her Husband to Death in Kabul

woman arrested for axing her husband to death Kabul

KABUL – A woman who had axed her husband to death has been arrested by police forces in capital Kabul, the Kabul Police Commandment announced late on Sunday. According to a statement released by Kabul Police Commandment, the woman had murdered her husband by axing him to death in the …

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Pakistan Condemns Attack on ‘Political Gathering’ in Kabul

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan has condemned the attack on a ‘political gathering’ in Dasht-e-Barchi Kabul, and said it stands with the people of Afghanistan in their resolve to defeat extremism and terrorism. Pakistan’s Foreign Office (FO) spokesperson Mohammad Faisal tweeted, “Pakistan condemns reported rocket attack near a political gathering in Afghanistan …

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Several Blasts Disrupt Martyrdom Anniversary of Mazari

Blasts disrupt Anniversary of Mazari

KABUL – Several explosions rocked Afghan capital Kabul on Thursday as the country’s top political leaders gathered in west of the city to mark martyrdom anniversary of Abdul Ali Mazari. The prominent leaders who attended the event included; Hamid Karzai, Abdullah Abdullah, Hanif Atmar, Younus Qanooni, Mohammad Mohaqqiq and several …

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We Will Appear Stronger with a Major Coalition: Noor

Ata M Noor We will emerge stronger

MAZAR-E-Sharif – After returning to the country, the chief executive of Jamiat-e Islami party and a prominent member of the National Coalition for the Salvation of Afghanistan (NCSA), Ata M. Noor, announced during a press conference in Mazar-e Sharif that NCSA will appear stronger than ever with a major national …

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Feature: Is Ghani Executing a Pre-poll Rigging?

Is Ghani Executing a Pre-poll Rigging

President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has started speedy appointments and dismissals in key positions of government departments in recent months. In different decrees of President Ghani last month, ten new people were introduced and appointed to key posts in civilian and military departments, including ministries, departments and local offices. These appointments …

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APL: Shaheen Asmayee Defeats De Spinghar Bazan 3-1


KABUL – The Shaheen Asmayee team defeated De Spinghar Bazan team 3-1 during the 9th group match of Afghanistan Football Premier League (Afghan Premier League) to qualify in the semi-finals of the tournaments. The first half of the game ended 0-0 as both Shaheen Asmayee and De Spinghar Bazan teams …

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Ghani, Ryan Discuss Peace Process, Parliamentary and Presidential Elections


KABUL – President Ashraf Ghani met with speaker of the US House of Representatives Paul Ryan and his delegation, a statement from the Presidential Palace said on Thursday. According to a statement, President Ghani and US delegation led by Ryan discussed peace process, “positive impact of the South Asia strategy”, …

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U.S Strikes Causing Civilian Casualties Double in Afghanistan: UN

US strikes

KABUL – The number of US strikes leading to civilian casualties has more than doubled in the first nine months of this year compared to the previous one, a UN report has found, in a trend it has called “worrying”. The report, by the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan …

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Security for Election Day Has been Improved: UNAMA


KABUL – With just over a week to go for parliamentary elections, the UN Assistance Mission to Afghanistan (UNAMA) has observed that despite significant security challenges, progress has been made by the Afghan National Security Forces (ANSF) to create conditions for most citizens to exercise their right to vote, UNAMA …

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Not Sure if, Devices Ensure Free and Fair Elections: Monitoring Orgs


KABUL – Head of Free and Fair Election Foundation of Afghanistan, Yousaf Rasheed, on Friday said that the biometric device, which are going to be used in upcoming parliamentary election, are not able to identify the voter’s underage. According to reports, Electoral monitoring organizations said they are not sure if …

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