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China and Afghanistan: Together for a Community of Shared Future Featuring Peace, Development and Prosperity

Wang Yu, Chinese Ambassador to Afghanistan In a recent speech, Chinese President Xi Jinping talked about the Chinese belief in the value of benevolence and good neighbourliness. As a responsible major country, China adheres to the common values of peace, development, equity, justice, democracy and freedom for all mankind, believes …

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Commentary; Massacre unabated

A deadly scourge of violence has descended upon Afghanistan, precipitating the internecine war and human suffering and dashing hopes for peace. Violence has reached a crescendo with a paroxysmal burst of brutal attacks against the civilian population and the brave Afghan forces. Civilians have been hanging by a thread amidst …

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A tribute to our fearless armed forces

By Mohammad Ihsan KABUL: The Taliban alongside hundreds of foreign terrorists set attacks on Lashkargah, the capital city of southern Helmand province but our brave security forces defeated the militants and based on media reports tens of Taliban, including their governor, top commanders and foreign terrorists were killed and many …

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Fostering China-Afghanistan Common Understanding, Maintaining Existing International Order and Promoting Peaceful Development Together

By Wang Yu, Chinese Ambassador to Afghanistan Chinese President Xi Jinping recently attended a series of high-level meetings marking the 75th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations. While addressing those meetings, he gave a comprehensive and systematic answer to the major questions before mankind. What kind of world …

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Armenia’s provocations bring shame to humanity

By Farid Shahbazli The Armenian-Azerbaijani Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, which has lasted for more than 30 years, has seriously affected the fate of more than a million people. Armenia, which has territorial claims to Azerbaijan’s historical lands, launched a military aggression in the early 1990s and carried out ethnic cleansing of the …

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A big policing problem

We have a big policing problem in Kabul. It is as if law enforcement agencies are in hibernation as criminals and thieves are exulting in their unbridled freedom in absence of rule of law. Crime and mayhem has crept in every nook and cranny of Kabul. The city has become …

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