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Editorial: Fragile situation

Two deadly violent acts in Kabul and Kandahar simultaneously in a two days, less than 24 has not only causes lives to precious innocent lives but even it leads to further fueling of miseries amongst people of the country who were made up by imposed wars and terrors in last …

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Editorial: Obstructing health services

Taliban militants have shut down dozens of clinics and dispensaries in central Maidan Wardak province, adjacent to capital Kabul thus depriving thousands of helpless and war stricken countrymen of their basic rights of health services. Around 42 health facilities, run by the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan have been closed so …

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Editorial: Kabul welcomes

In the wake of declining tension between Islamabad and New Delhi, Pakistan announced reopening of its airspace for civilian flights, thus enabling a number of regional countries and international airlines of resuming its services after a period of around five months. Afghanistan has welcomed Pakistan decision as almost its air …

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Editorial: Another voice made silent

Media persons from all over war-stricken Afghanistan mourned once again when their colleague, a local radio anchor, was killed by unknown armed men in Gardez, the capital city of southern Paktia province. The sudden and brutal death of Nader Shah Sahibzada brings to over 20 the number of Afghan journalists which …

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ED: Expectations from Pakistan

Welcoming Pakistan into important tri-partite meeting at Beijing, three countries believe that Pakistan can play an important role in facilitating peace process in Afghanistan, and thus sought its help in bringing peace and ending every sort of hostilities and rifts in war-stricken Afghanistan. The two-day intra-Afghan dialogue in Doha was …

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Editorial: Sexual abuse quandary

The sexual molestation allegations leveled by Habibullah Ahmadzai, a former presidential aide, against the Presidential Palace provoked a severe public outcry across the country in May. The silence was finally broken when subsequently the Attorney General’s Office asked religious scholars, media and women to introduce their representatives to observe an …

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Editorial: Afghan-own, Afghan led solution

Expressing satisfaction over the US brokered peace process in Afghanistan, a number of Afghan politicians believe progress is there between the United States and the Taliban, and hopefully it is one that will ensure lasting peace and stability in Afghanistan. they time and gain made it clear that the peace …

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Editorial: Major breakthrough

Though the Qatar based political office of Taliban Tehrik yet to make minds for announcing a permanent and durable ceasefire to around 18-year long armed resistance but so far they earned hearts of war-stricken, agreeing for reducing violence by halting attacks on “religious centers, schools, hospitals, educational centers, bazaars, water …

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Editorial: Imran to meet Taliban leaders

In the wake of latest developments, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan is going to meet Taliban leaders in a bid to help in resolution to Afghan conflict. Imran’s special aide Naeem Ul Haq made these disclosures while addressing a conference on Changing Regional Situation and Role of Pakistan at Islamabad. …

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