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Afrasiab Khattak: World turns back to Afghanistan

AT News KABUL: A senior Pashton politician of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has expressed concerns over the current chaos in Afghanistan, saying that the world turned its back to this war-torn country. Afrasiab Khattak, a former senator and top Pashton politician in a video message said that “A grave tragedy is happening in …

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U.S. failed in Afghanistan, here is to know why?

By Mojib R. Awrang I remember my childhood in the village. My family has just returned home-Afghanistan from a Pakistani refugee camp. I could see the grimy picture around- which the Soviet-Union and Civil war left behind there. But there was still hope and joy for a better future and …

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Turks and Afghans Should Fight Against FETO

With the Spirit of Their Historical Bond and Brotherhood By Cihad Erginay, Ambassador of Turkey in Afghanistan This week, Turkey marks the fifth anniversary of the July 15, 2016 coup attempt that was orchestrated by Fethullah Gülen and his terrorist group (FETÖ). The assault on Turkey’s democratic institutions resulted in …

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Government is restricting access to information

Commentary KABUL: The appointment of a new spokesman for the security departments is another effort by the government to restrict access to the information. Waheed Omer, Director General Office of Public and Strategic Affairs Government of Afghanistan on Tuesday introduced the new spokesman, Gen. Ajma Shinwari. As sever clashes rage …

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