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Editorial: Alarming violence needs to be averted

Amidst expediting peace efforts on the part of US Special envoy Dr. Zalmay Khalilzad, violence acts are on rise throughout Afghanistan. President Ashraf Ghani in his latest statement confirmed killing of over 38,000 soldiers as a result of violent and terrorist acts during a period of three years. Whereas over …

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Editorial: Worst terror act

Like of past, once again the sacred religious ceremony arranged in connection with Millad-ul-Nabi was targeted by enemies of Islam and Afghans. The suicide attack, targeting almost religious scholars, Ulema and innocent Muslims, causes lives and injuries to scores of people. In fact, such type of violent and terror acts …

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ED: Peace effort taking momentum

Quest for peace has been underway since years back when the Taliban insurgents remerged in more brutal way with intensification of attacking security forces, and military installations that besides security forces, civilian also sustained casualties. Though the Taliban have failed to gain their nefarious designs by use of violence and …

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Editorial: Fueling tension on dead body

Certain circles in Pakistan are now bent upon to exploit alleged hurdles and delay in handing over dead body of slain police officer Tahir Khan Dawar at Torkham. Soon after getting the dead body from a tribal elders delegations headed by Member National Assembly Mohsin Dawar, Pakistan’s Deputy Interior Affairs …

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Editorial: Mysterious assassination

Peshawar police senior officer Tahir Khan Dawar’s violence-ridden dead body’s dumping in Dur Baba of Nangarhar province generating too much question. Belong to North Waziristan Tahir Dawar was abducted from Islamabad, capital of Pakistan on October 27 and one day after his mysterious abduction, he had talked to his wife …

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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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