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Voter Registration Materials to Reach Provinces in Two Weeks: IEC

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KABUL – Transfer of voter registration materials to provinces will be completed in two weeks, the Independent Election Commission said on Saturday. Such materials have already been delivered in eight provinces, said Zabihullah Sadat, acting spokesman of IEC. Voter registration for September presidential election is scheduled to kick off on …

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Trump will Miss Congress for $7 Billion in Arms Sales in KSA

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WASHINGTON – US president Donald Trump eludes Congress to approve the sale of arms for US $7 billion to Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), citing Iran’s growing threat to the region, ITV announced on Saturday. The Trump administration invoked a provision that is rarely used in US federal law to …

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More Than A Dozen Wounded in France “Bomb Attack”

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LYON – In a pedestrian street in downtown Lyon, French President Emmanuel Macron called Friday “attack” an attack after the device has injured more than a dozen people just two days before the parliamentary elections in the European Parliament, AFP reported Saturday. The police were looking for a man suspected …

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Well-Known Religious Scholar Killed in Kabul Explosion

An explosion ripped through a mosque in Kabul City earlier this afternoon killing one person and injuring at least 16 others, Interior Ministry said

KABUL – An explosion ripped through a mosque in Kabul City earlier this afternoon killing one person and injuring at least 16 others, Interior Ministry said in a statement. A well-known religious scholar, Mawlawi Samiullah Raihan, was killed and 16 people were wounded in an explosion that happened inside a …

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Theresa May Announces Her Resignation

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LONDON – British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced she will be stepping down as Conservative leader on June 7, triggering a party contest to choose the new prime minister of the United Kingdom, the National reported Friday. “It is and will always remain a matter of deep regret to …

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