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Is democracy dying in Afghanistan?

AT News Report KABUL: Electoral crisis in Afghanistan is displaying the death of democracy, the Diplomat Magazine writes in an article. The magazine said on Sunday that the September 28th presidential election and people’s participation, shows this bitter fact that democracy in this country needs an urgent reinterpretation. Diplomat said …

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Afghan Presidential Election And Social Media

By Wali Muhammad Alizai Internet, especially social media, is undermining the role of the established media that was once used for reshaping public opinion, propagating state’s narrative, and campaigning for public office. Social media provides platform to everyone for influencing public opinion, to dissent with state narrative and to compete …

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Why toilet in public girls schools matter?

We all know that girls in Afghanistan are least exposed to learning opportunities. Afghan girls face poverty, lack of sanitation, and most importantly social norms that force them to drop out before they even start learning. Girls in rural areas enroll in school by the age of 7 and drop …

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TEFA threatened to keep fraud evidences secret

AT News Report KABUL: The Transparent Election Foundation of Afghanistan (TEFA) claims of threats posed by some candidates and their supporters not to reveal evidences it holds about fraud cases in the September 28th presidential election. Naeim Ayoubzada, head of the body, said on Wednesday that they have reliable evidences …

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ANDSF pride of the Afghan nation: Kay

AT News Report KABUL: NATO Senior Civilian Representative to Afghanistan, Sir Nicholas Kay has said that Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) are the pride of the Afghan nation. Speaking to the Youth Consultative Jirga for Peace event organized by Afghan Women’s Network in Kabul, Kay said that NATO …

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