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Editorial: A big miscalculation

It has been for a second time that U.S. President Donald Trump has expressed a strong desire to end the Afghan war. In announcing his new Afghanistan strategy in 2017, Trump warned against a hasty withdrawal, adding that America’s enemies must never know their plans or believe they can wait …

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Editorial: Is peace possible?

Media reports reveals that the Doha based Taliban leaders have added five more members in the team who are going to negotiate the peace deal with the United States through its special envoy Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad. Earlier, Taliban team is comprising 14 leading negotiators. Though venue and schedule of the …

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Editorial: Start with violence

Election campaign in connection with Presidential election schedule to be held on 28 September was commenced withy worst violent acts in Kabul, the capital city. Beside others, former NDS chief Amarullah Saleh who is on penal of President Dr. Ashraf Ghani for the office of First Vice President was injured …

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Editorial: Kabul Government—Taliban

Media reports revealed Taliban peace negotiators have been agreed for talks with the Afghan government in proposed meeting to be hosted by the Norway government in its capital Oslo in coming two weeks. Beside domestic, international media made the reports regards much more awaited first ever direct meeting between the government …

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Editorial: Reckless remarks

Amidst commencing of US Special Envoy Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad’s 8th round of peace talks, President Donald Trump has made anger the Afghans with his remarks during bilateral talks with Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan at the White House. Afghanistan has demanded the United States to clarify about remarks made by President …

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Editorial: Trump’s insulting remarks

US President Donald Trump’s meeting with Pakistan’s Imran Khan has manifested two dimensions—one what he believes that can win war in Afghanistan by killing millions—second about Pakistan that did nothing for US even by getting 1.3 billion dollars. The first point, is utterly sensitive for the government of Afghanistan and …

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Editorial: Afghanistan Times

To bring out a newspaper is to live a circular existence. Over the course of years, there are writers to be contacted, story to be developed, edits to be completed, editorials to be written. Then there’s the final stretch of all-nighters with our production team as the pages are designed …

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Editorial: Almost Not Welcomed

The cricketer-turned-politician and the current Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan, on Sunday took a commercial Qatar Airways flight for a three-day official visit to the United States of America. Pakistan Embassy in Washington claimed that Premier Khan was received by Senior officials of US State Department – contrary to …

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ED: Trust deficit

Contrary to tall claims on the part of high ranking Pakistani authorities, relations between the two neighbouring countries are on decline due to stock of reasons specially increasing violent acts in parts and parcels throughout Afghanistan. Pakistan’s Minister of States and Frontier Regions Mr. Sheharyar Afridi has claimed that Pakistan is …

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