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800 students to study in Pakistan on scholarship

AT News KabuL: Pakistan has again offered 800 scholarships this year to the Afghan students, and the studies are expected to start early November. Pakistani embassy organized on Saturday a pre-orientation session for the 800 students proceeding for joining universities and colleges all over Pakistan. Minister of Higher Education Dr. …

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Taliban ‘reluctant to negotiate’, US senator

AT News KABUL: A US Senator has said the Taliban does not eagerly conduct negotiations with the Afghan government, as peace talks have resumed between the two sides after two weeks of stalemate. The Taliban’s recent attacks may have incited these remarks. Praising the US Air Force’s operation on the …

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China elected to Human Rights Council for 2021-2023

AT Mounting Desk KABUL: China on Tuesday was elected as a member of the Human Rights Council for the term 2021-2023 in the election held at the 75th United Nations General Assembly. “China expresses heartfelt gratitude to member states for their support and warmly congratulates other elected members,” according to …

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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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