The CIA’s Afghan Death Squads

AT News KABUL: The CIA’s Afghan Death Squads is an article published in “The Intercept”. Its writer Andrew Quilty, concluded a research on the CIA backed Afghan unit and its American partners’ operations that are sometimes directed at health clinics, madrassa dormitories, or civilian homes, resulting in killings of civilians …

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Editorial: Lowest Level Since 2001

The US has reduced the number of its troops in Afghanistan to 2,500. This is as part of outgoing U.S. President, Donald Trump’s plan as to what he describes, “Ending the endless war”. The plan has been functionalized despite a congressional prohibition of the move and rising levels of violence …

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Editorial: Good news on cultural activities

The government has recently decided to be serious in maintaining and reconstructing some historical sites and monuments which is good news since the rich culture of Afghanistan had been almost ignored due to war pressures and other problems the government and people of Afghanistan are confronting. The ministry of information …

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2nd Round of Intra-Afghan Talks Facing Deadlock

AT News KABUL: Peace talks between the Afghan and Taliban negotiators are probably on hold at the moment as both sides hang on for the U.S. President-elect, Joe Biden’s policy towards Afghanistan, sources privy to the talks said. Fariddon Khwazon, a spokesman for the high council for national reconciliation confirmed …

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Taliban set tankers on fire in Baghlan

AT News KABUL: The Taliban fighters have set fire to six fuel tanker trucks and taken seven people with them in the northern Baghlan province, a security source said on Friday. The source, who was talking on condition of anonymity, said that the incident occurred on the Kabul-Baghlan highway in …

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