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Taliban still have terrorist mindsets

AT News Report KABUL: The Afghan government claims that Taliban group have not changed their mind and have still terrorist opinion. Seddiq Seddiqi, President Ghani’s spokesman, said Saturday that Taliban frequently assert responsibility for civilian killings. “This attack is the indicator of Taliban’s continuing cruelty, a group whose representatives attend …

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ED: Trust deficit

Contrary to tall claims on the part of high ranking Pakistani authorities, relations between the two neighbouring countries are on decline due to stock of reasons specially increasing violent acts in parts and parcels throughout Afghanistan. Pakistan’s Minister of States and Frontier Regions Mr. Sheharyar Afridi has claimed that Pakistan is …

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Khalilzad to resume peace talks

AT News Reports KABUL: In the wake of prolong odyssey of Afghan peace process, the US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation, Zalmay Khalilzad on Saturday said he would resume soon next round of peace talks to find a political settlement to Afghanistan quandary. “Getting ready to launch on another mission …

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Taliban-planted roadside bomb kills five civilians

AT News Report KABUL:  A roadside bomb planted by the Taliban group claimed the lives of five civilians in southern Ghazni province, a statement from the provincial governor’s office said. According to the statement, a bomb ripped through a civilian corolla vehicle in Piraka desert on the outskirts of Khogyani …

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Germany reiterates cooperation with Afghanistan

AT News Report KABUL: German Member of Parliament, Thorsten Frei and the country’s ambassador to Kabul Peter Prugel on Saturday met with Afghan National Security Advisor, Hamdullah Mohib, where they discussed important issues, such as elections, and peace process. During meeting, MP Frei have reiterated his country’s long-term partnership with …

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We stick by Afghan sides: US General

AT News Report KABUL: In his tripe to Kabul, the US Central Commander, Gen. Kenneth McKenzie on Saturday reiterated his country’s support to help Afghanistan, and especially the country’s National Security Forces.    McKenzie called on Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah, where they discussed issues related to Afghanistan, and the Afghan …

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Protesting women candidates warn of self-immolation

AT News Report KABUL: The frustrated, protesting parliamentary election’s women candidates on Saturday yet again took to the streets, employing a rare method of resistance and political protest by locking themselves inside cages atop two vehicles and traveled through Kabul roads a few kilometers. The 12 women from various provinces …

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US provides $29m for Afghan presidential polls

AT News Report KABUL: The United States has welcomed the finalization of a budget for the forthcoming Afghan Presidential Elections salted for September 28th and expect all the candidates, whether they are currently in government positions or not, to refrain from trying to use government resources. U.S. Ambassador to Kabul, …

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Govt. committed to protect civilians

AT News Report KABUL: National Security Advisor Hamdullah Mohib on Tuesday met with Tadamichi Yamamoto, US Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Afghanistan and Head of UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan, where they discussed the importance of protection of civilians, security situation, and regional dynamics. During meeting, Mohib assured Yamamoto of Afghan …

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