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ED: Why not truce?

Violence has been intensified in Afghanistan in recent months as the Taliban group trying level best to take more leverage through means of war in negotiations with the US envoy over Afghanistan’s political future. There is much doing round in media in regards to an agreement among US and Taliban …

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Afghan women’s rights dilemma

“The fallacy of red line movement” By Aisha Khurram Afghanistan is now standing on the verge of a critical situation, as peace talks are gaining momentum by each round. After the first session of the 8th round of negotiations with Taliban the U.S Special Representative for Afghan Reconciliation Dr. Zalmay …

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Kabul at the eve of drying up

AT News Report KABUL: Residents of northern parts of Kabul city whose houses have been built in higher lands than the other parts of the capital, are severely suffering shortage of water. They say they have to walk long distances in search of potable water in the Khwaja Boghra neighborhood, …

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Editorial: Ready for a better future

Explosions, gunfire and deaths have become the daily norm as have fear and anger. But after forty years of violence, peace is finally a possibility in Afghanistan. Many will recall the day a ceasefire is announced – when gunfire stops, complex attacks are not conducted and people celebrate in the …

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