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Plague of violence: A dozen journalists killed since March

AT-KABUL: According to a media watchdog, violence against journalists has seen a 30 percent rise as thirteen journalists have been killed due to unrest and violence since late March in Afghanistan. Chief NAI advocacy group Abdul Mujib Khilwatgar said on Thursday in Kabul that 13 journalists had been killed since …

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NATO reiterates call on Taliban for peace talks

AT-KABUL: In a second day of its summit, NATO on Thursday reiterated its call to the Taliban to accept offers to join Afghan-owned and Afghan-led peace talks to steer the country out of conflict. This reiteration of the global military alliance comes as the Taliban militant group killed on Thursdaydozens …

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OSCE, UN support strengthening ties of Afghanistan with Central Asia

AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: The OSCE Programme Office in Bishkek and United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) co-organized a seminar on Central Asia-Afghanistan policy partnership. The purpose of the event was an exchange of views on establishing policy partnerships at the expert-analytical level and deepening ties among researchers in the …

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Exhibition of Afghan fruits inaugurated in New Delhi

AT-KABUL: Dr. Shaida Mohammad Abdali, the Ambassador of Afghanistan in New Delhi inaugurated an exhibition titled “Made in Afghanistan: Nature’s Best” which was graced by the presence of several eminent business leaders from Afghanistan and India on July 13, 2018 in New Delhi. Held in ITC Maurya Hotel, this two-day …

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Anti-govt. protests spread to Balkh; IEC office shut

AT-KABUL: Fierce anti-government and pro-Dostum protests that began with the arrest of Faryab’s Qaisar police chief days ago have spread across the north, as hundreds of protesters shut down on Friday provincial office of the Independent Election Commission. Nizamuddin Qaisari, a close aide to the exiled First Vice President Abdul …

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