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ED: Kandahar explosion

A recent explosion in Kandahar, southern Afghanistan has killed dozens of Taliban insurgents. The identity of blast victims yet to be determined but reportedly all of them were Taliban militants and they were on way for carrying out a deadly attack against the Afghan security forces, guarding the motherland from …

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Eight civilians killed in Paktia operation

AT News Report-KABUL: At least eight civilians were killed and another four people injured Saturday night when Afghan and foreign forces launched a joint operation in the Zormat district of Paktia province. These forces also took five residents as hostage, according to reports. Witnesses said that the Afghan and foreign …

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Australia continues supporting Afghan government

AT News Report-KABUL: Deputy Foreign Minister Nasir Ahmad Andisha on Sunday met with the Assistant Secretary at the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Mr. James Hall and Australian Ambassador to Kabul Ms. Gordon Smith. Thanking the Australian delegation for participating in Geneva Conference, Andisha explained in details the …

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Head of Kabul Ulema Council assassinated

AT News Report-KABUL: The head of Kabul Ulema Council, Mawlawi Abdul Basir Haqqani has been assassinated in a terror act of violence in Chehel Sutun area in Kabul’s PD7 at around 2pm local time, Kabul police confirmed on Saturday. Haqqani was found dead on a road in Chehel Sutun area …

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ED: Peace will prevail only with intention

Peace building, conflict resolution, conflict prevention, whichever term you use, sits uneasily within one particular field, discipline, or government department for that matter. Is it development, foreign policy, diplomacy, defense and security, justice and human rights, any or all of the above? Perhaps it is amazingly surprising to want peace …

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