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ED: Hectic US efforts

Amidst hectic but even heated debate in Moscow International Conference on Afghanistan, President Ashraf Ghani on Saturday night met US Special Envoy for Afghan Peace Process Zalmai Khalilzad, where they discussed peace process and future plans. According to an official statement from Presidential Palace at Kabul, Khalilzad briefed President Ghani …

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ED: Peace in the offing

With participation of US officials in the peace conference on Afghanistan in Moscow, the Russian capital and attendance of the Afghan High Peace Council’s delegation and the Taliban group’s representatives—a new hope has been emerged to end Afghan conflict through dialogues. Moscow summit on peace in Afghanistan is getting momentum where …

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Editorial: Ghani intends to remain in power

President Ashraf Ghani has made public his intension to be remaining occupant of the important office for another term for which elections will be held in coming months. President Ghani has announced the decision on the day when Russian Federation’s Foreign Minister announced going to host an international moot on …

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ED: Samiul Haq is no more

Known religious figure and vocal supporter of Taliban and other militants, allegedly engaged in violent acts and resistance against lawful authorities in both Afghanistan and Pakistan, was mysteriously assassinated in his Rawalpindi Bahrya Town residence on the evening of November 2, 2018. He was strangulated to death by two guests, …

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Editorial: Militants financing

What it called in connection with its efforts for chasing the terror, the US has released a letter pertained to financiers of various militant groups and commanders engaged in violent acts in parts and parcels throughout Afghanistan. Through this letter, issued with collaboration of Gulf States agencies working on terror, …

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Editorial: Early convening of Loya Jirga

Whatever might be claims and justification of US and Unity Government of Afghanistan regarding its failure in going ahead with maintaining of unity and solidarity amongst the countrymen on issues like terror and foreign incursion, but it needs a thorough discussion and debate in Loya Jirga like institutions. In particular …

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Editorial: Bilateral trade with Pakistan

Situation is worsening day by day on main crossing points whereas high ups from both the neighbouring countries are going for sanctions and restrictions with each passing day. Despite polluted relations between Kabul and Islamabad since 2015, bilateral trade – which amounted to five billion rupees on Pakistan side somewhere …

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Editorial: US confirms Baradar’s release

The United States confirmed release of Tehrik Taliban Afghanistan (Emirate Islami Afghanistan) co-founder Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar’s release in Pakistan. US authorities informed that Mullah Baradar was released on the request of Afghanistan and pinned hope on his active role in the reconciliation process. Mullah Baradar was picked up by …

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