Peace negotiator says peace talks is time-consuming

AT News KABUL: Fawzai Koofi, a member of Afghan negotiating team believes that peace talks are complicated and takes time. Speaking at an online discussion titled ‘International partnership for peace’, Koofi said Wednesday that governing system in the future, political partnership and ceasefire are the difficult parts of the peace …

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15 terrorist attacks in Kabul only in November

AT News KABUL: November was called as the deadliest month in Kabul since January with 15 terrorist attacks killing and injuring dozens of civilians and security forces, according to interior ministry. Tareq Aryan, interior ministry spokesman, said Wednesday that the attacks were carried out by different terrorist networks. “A car …

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Editorial: Convivial justice

Condemning the crimes that inflicted casualties on innocent Afghans is not the only way to the justice and fairness, but indeed, it needs the true acts of prosecution of those committed such crimes for sake of justice. A bombshell report revealed that the Australian Special Forces in the southern part …

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26 Taliban insurgents killed in fresh ops

AT News KABUL: At least 26 Taliban rebels were killed and 11 others were wounded during latest crackdowns conducted in southern Uruzgan and northern Samangan provinces, defense ministry said on Tuesday. 19 Taliban insurgents were killed during preemptive operations carried out by Afghan National Army (ANA) in Dehrawood district of …

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