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UK continues cooperation with Afghan peace process

AT News Report KABUL: The United Kingdom will continue cooperation with the peace process in Afghanistan and the High Peace Council, the government-funded entity responsible to facilitate talks between Taliban and government. British charge de affairs in Kabul met with Umer Daudzai, head of the council’s secretariat on Monday, assuring …

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Karzai sympathizes with flood-affected families

AT News Report KABUL: Former President Hamid Karzai expressed his deep sympathies and condolences to the families affected by the recent floods. “With very regret, I learned that a number of our dear country-fellows have suffered casualties and losses due to the recent floods in different parts of the country,” …

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Saudi vivify the vapid Pakistan

Pakistan, it was expected to fall down from brink and will have been spoiled its arrogance. Whenever Mr. Ghani has become president, this is the first time that Pakistan is secluded, marginalized and even pushed to the brink. Unfortunately, with tour of Mr. Salman, the Saudi prince, all hopes are …

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Kabul’s Khaled, New Delhi’s Swaraj discuss security cooperation

AT News Report KABUL: Acting defense minister Asadullah Khaled met with Sushma Swaraj, Indian minister for external affairs in New Delhi, where both sides discussed several issues of mutual interest, including security cooperation, defense ministry said Sunday. The two sides discussed bilateral cooperation, according to a statement released by the …

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ED: Collateral losses, damages

Amidst resuming of talks between US Special Envoy and Taliban leaders at Doha, Qatar from Monday, former President Hamid Karzai has shown sever resentment over targeting of civilian population in military’s retaliatory actions against what the government called militants. The talks believed to be results oriented in the wake of …

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Official rebuffs Taliban claim seizing Kandahar’s Maroof district

AT News Report KABUL: The Afghan provincial security officials on Saturday rebuffed Taliban insurgents claim of capturing Maroof district of southern Kandahar province, terming it as baseless.  Taliban spokesman Qari Yousaf Ahamdi claimed their fighters brought district centre and police headquarters under their control on Friday late night. He also …

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Bigwigs support illegal armed groups in north

AT News Reports KABUL: Head of Disbandment of Illegal Armed Groups (DIAG) has expressed his concerned over increasing of illegal armed groups in the northern Afghanistan, which has been supported by the political parties and influential figures. General Abdul Manan Abid head of the DIAG said the Illegal armed groups …

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Six civilians killed in Laghman roadside bombing

AT News Reports KABUL: At least six civilians were killed in a roadside bombing on Tuesday in the eastern Laghman province, said officials. Provincial Spokesman, Asadullah Dawlatzai, said that the incident took place in the Qarghaie district near the Surkhakan Refugee Camp after the bomb struck a civilian vehicle.   …

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