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Editorial: Haqqani’s terrorist legacy

Feared leader of the notorious militant Haqqani network finally died. However, his demise will hardly affect the notoriety and brutality of their terror craze. He left a legacy of aggression and massacre behind. A possible schadenfreude and complacent by the west bloc for HQN leader’s death is a farce, because …

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Pakistani army has entered Afghan soil: Lawmakers claim

AT-KABUL: Some members of parliament claim that Pakistani soldiers had crossed the Durand Line, entering Afghan soil in Khost and Kunar provinces and established outposts. These lawmakers said they had evidences that show Pakistani army had advanced several kilometers in the district of Sarkano in Kunar as well as Khost’s …

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Editorial: Terrorist threat

The threat from terrorism would remain high and could worsen over the decades, unless a concrete steps are made by international community. There are several terrorist groups from more countries active in more places than ever before. Extremists will continue to exploit fragile and violence-prone states. This would be in …

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Afghanistan welcomes US aid cut of Pakistan

AT-KABUL: The government of Afghanistan has welcomed the United States’ financial assistance cut to Pakistan, saying the move could stop Islamabad’s supportive projects of terrorist groups. A spokesman of the chief executive office said Kabul would welcome any steps pressure countries that support terrorism. “Any moves that pressure terrorist supporter …

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Considering crisis ahead of election only convention of traditional Loya Jirga a solution: Rana think thank

AT-KABUL: Experts participated in Rana Think Thank monthly session said that considering current crisis and challenges National Unity Government (NUG) will failed to run free, fair and nationwide parliamentary election, thus convening of traditional Loya Jirga can be the only remedy to cope the issue. Expert believed that ramp up …

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Deputy National Security Advisor Resigns

AT-KABUL: The Deputy National Security Advisor of Afghanistan Sulaiman Kakar resigned from his position on Monday by presenting his resignation letter to President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, officials said Monday. In his resignation letter to President Ghani, Kakar described the existence issues and difficulties as the main reason behind his resignation …

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11 Taliban joined peace process

AT-KABUL:  A group of 11 Taliban fighters lay down arms and joined peace process in eastern Nangarhar province. A statement issued by Nanagarhar Press office said that a group of 11 Taliban has lay down and joined peace process in the province. The statement said that the fighters after joining …

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