44 arrested for voter fraud, interference

At least 44 people including several policemen have been charged with voter fraud and interfering in the voting for parliamentary elections, the interior ministry said Sunday. “Up until now, intelligence and security forces have detained 44 people including several policemen on charges of interfering in elections and committing fraud in …

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Editorial: Democracy in return of blood

Finally, first phase of third parliamentary elections held throughout Afghanistan except Kandahar and Ghazni provinces, which could be considered a good omen. It confirms faith and trust of war-stricken Afghans in democratic and political process as well. But the Afghans for maintaining their trust in democracy and political process have …

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11 of a family lost life in Nangarhar blast

AT-KABUL: 11 members of a family were martyred after their car they were traveling in was hit by a militant planted roadside bomb in Achin of Nangarhar province. The blast destroyed the car today morning at around 11:00am in Achin district of the province. Six children and a woman are …

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Editorial: Crossing point tensions

Couple of days again tension erupted on Afghan Pakistan crossing point at Spin Boldak, connecting Kandahar with Baluchistan, resulting in halting of cross point movement and bilateral trade for around three days. The tension erupted when officers and officials of Afghanistan security forces made objection over fencing of controversial Durand …

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Your vote determines country’s fate

By Masomjan Masomy After the collapse of the Taliban regime, ‘the darkest period in the history of Afghanistan’, by US and NATO forces, however, the country still to gain a durable peace—that unfortunately the country has been stuck in the longest conflict with no end sees in sight. During the …

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