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More civilian casualties intolerable: MPs

AT News Report KABUL: Members of parliament condemned civilian casualties by Taliban’s latest attacks in the provinces of Nangarhar and Zabul, saying that more civilian casualties would not be tolerated by the people. In their Saturday session, the lawmakers called on security forces, foreign troops and Taliban fighters to be …

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Afghan-US relations worsened: Analysts

AT News Report KABUL: Political analysts believe that ties between Kabul and Washington have been badly worsened that caused the US withhold tens of millions of dollars aids to infrastructure projects in Afghanistan. Also, members of parliament say that corruption, mismanagement and lack of transparency in the government body have …

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Durand Line recognition a great betray to Afghanistan

AT News Report KABULL: The inauguration of Torkham crossing point as a border has brought out infuriation and denunciation of former President Hamid Karzai, who believes recognizing Durand Line as an official boundary between Afghanistan and Pakistan will be a great betray to Afghanistan and its nation. Pakistan Prime Minster …

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Electoral watchdogs blame candidates for using military facilities in campaign gatherings

AT News Report KABUL: The non-government entities monitoring electoral affairs, criticize presidential candidates for using military places for their campaign meetings. At least 26 people most of them civilians were killed after a suicide bomber rammed his explosive-laden motorbike into a crowd gathered for President Ashraf Ghani’s campaign on Tuesday …

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US, Taliban may resume peace negotiations: MoFA

AT News Report KABUL: In the wake of Taliban negotiating member’s trips to a number of regional countries, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) said Wednesday that the peace negotiation likely to be restarted between the US and Taliban officials. Nearly two weeks ago, US President Donald Trump has called …

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Afghan forces kill 43 Taliban rebels in Ghazni

AT News Report KABUL: At least 43 Taliban fighters have been killed during latest crackdown carried out by the Afghan security forces in southern Ghazni province, official said Wednesday. Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) have conducted operations in Mangori and Niazi villages of Ghazni province, in which 40 …

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71 Taliban fighters killed in latest crackdown

AT News Report KABUL: At least 71 militants have been killed and 17 others wounded in multiple extensive military crackdowns carried out by the Afghan security forces across the country in the past 24 hours, security official said Wednesday.   Ministry of Defense in a statement said that the Afghan National …

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Dostum accuses Ghani of paying campaign attendees

AT News Report KABUL: Abdul Rashid Dostum, a powerful tribal leader accused President Ashraf Ghani of losing trust inside and outside the country, alleging that the president’s electoral team pays people to attend their campaign rallies and gatherings. Dostum supported Ghani in the past presidential election as his first deputy, …

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