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Editorial: Moscow moot concluded

The reunioning of leading Afghan citizens at Moscow has strengthened the hopes of those countrymen who have paid great prices for the sovereignty and solidarity of their motherland in the last four decades. Appearing with one voice on concluding of the first day and first ever direct talks with each …

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Editorial: President Trump on pullout of troops

 Confusion still persists over the issue pertained to pulling of US troops out of Afghanistan, as majority of Afghans and peace loving people from all over the world considering it un-logical and detrimental to the very interests of Afghanistan. The US President Donald Trump has once again insisted that he …

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Editorial; Another Moscow moot

The Russian Federation in a bid to help in a negotiated solution to long standing conflict in Afghanistan is going to host a two days moot at Moscow from today. Former President Hamid Karzai through a statement welcomed the move and hoped that it could lead to end to over …

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Editorial: Another fact

A high ranking US official has predicted that militant groups in Pakistan will continue to take advantage of their “safe havens” to plan and conduct attacks in neighboring countries and beyond. Mr. Daniel Coats serving as Director of National Intelligence made these remarks while briefing the US Senate Select Committee …

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Editorial: Khalilzad is too clear

In response to fears and apprehensions regarding impacts of US troop’s pullout from Afghanistan in according to proposed peace agreement, Ambassador Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad has made it clear that this decision could be made with the consent of Afghan government. He made it clear that in the light of past …

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Editorial: Grand Jirga

In a bid to discuss the post-US troop’s pullout situation and its impacts on Pakhtoons in the region, the nationalist Awami National Party leadership has announced convening a grand Jirga in end of coming February or in first half of March this year. Beside others leadership from war-stricken Afghanistan will …

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Editorial: Strive for reconciliation

 Prior to 2019 Presidential polls, the US brokered National Unity Government (NUG) has met its ultimate goals when President Dr. Ashraf Ghani has announced dismissal of Second Deputy Chief Executive Muhammad Mohiqiq. Though in its immediate reaction, the Chief Executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah office has termed it one sided act …

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Editorial: Reshuffling at Doha

The opposition Taliban Movement leaders have made wide range reshuffling in its set-up at Doha Qatar replacing Maulvi Muhammad Abbass Stanakzai by Mulla Abdul Ghani Biradar as chief of Political office. The reshuffling made at the time of fifth round of peace talks between Taliban political office and United States …

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Editorial: Unrest in Pakhtunkhwa

Due to one or other reasons especially hostile attitude on the part of Pakistani authorities causing wide range unrest amongst Pakhtoons across the Durand Line. On one hand, Afghanistan and its people are ahead with worst kind of terror, violence and aggression from abroad and on the other the Pakhtoons …

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