Ghani under criticism for current chaos in Afghanistan

AT News KABUL: Some political analysts blame Former President Ashraf Ghani for the ongoing political chaos and economical crises. They believe that if Ghani transferred power through a political settlement instead of fleeing the country, the collapse of the military and many other challenges would have not happened. “If Ghani …

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Child killed in Nangarhar blast

AT News KABUL: A blast targeting the Taliban vehicle killed one child and wounded two others in Jalalabad, the capital city of the eastern Nangarhar province. Deputy spokesman of the Taliban, Bilal Karimi said that the blast took place in PD 5 of Jalalabad. The wounded include one Taliban fighter …

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Pakistani trucks bring humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan

AT News KABUL: The Pakistani trucks loaded with humanitarian assistance comprised of relief goods entered Afghanistan via Torkham crossing point. The relief goods is consist of food items including flour, sugar, cooking oil, pulses and rice, the Pakistani embassy in Kabul said in a statement. “Another four trucks of humanitarian …

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Amnesty Int’l calls for probe into Kabul drone strike

Mohammad Parwiz Arian KABUL: Amnesty International called for further probe into the Kabul drone strike of August 29 carried out by the U.S. forces, in which 10 civilians including children were killed. Senior Crisis Advisor with Amnesty International’s Crisis Response Programme, said: “This admission is an important step towards accountability …

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Central Asians deny to accept Afghan refugees

AT News KABUL: The Central Asian countries denied to accept the Afghan refugees who intend to flee the country in the wake of the collapse of the government of President Ashraf Ghani.  A Russian dominated Central Asian States Security Pact in a statement said that the decision was held during …

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Pakistan to facilitate travel for Afghan students

AT News KABUL: The Pakistani government is to facilitate travel for the Afghan students having valid admissions in Pakistani academic institutions. “New academic session in various academic institutions of Pakistan has started,” the Pakistan embassy in Kabul said in a statement. “The Afghan students having valid admissions in Pakistani academic …

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