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  • Atmar discusses military cooperation with MoscowAtmar discusses military cooperation with MoscowAT-KABUL: The National Security Adviser Mohammad Hanif Atmar on Sunday left for Russia on an official invitation by his Russian counterpart, where he would discuss mutual cooperation, his office Read More
  • Editorial: Deadly DaeshEditorial: Deadly DaeshDaesh has become a deadly terrorist organization in Afghanistan despite the recently launched military operations in eastern Nangarhar province. The security forces have inflicted heavy casualties
  • Editorial: Regional stabilityEditorial: Regional stabilityHead of the OSCE Center in Ashgabat, Natalya Drozd, and Turkmenistan’s President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov stressed on improving security situation in Afghanistan in their recent meeting. Both
  • Taliban commanders arrested in SamanganTaliban commanders arrested in SamanganAT-KABUL: Three commanders for the Taliban insurgents were arrested in joint military operation conducted by the national security forces in Samangan province, security officials said Saturday.
  • Karzai condemns deadly Kabul bombingKarzai condemns deadly Kabul bombingAT-KABUL: Former President Hamid Karzai strongly condemned Saturday’s “coward terrorist attack” on the Enlightening Movement protest in which dozens of people were killed and wounded. “Targeting

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Atmar discusses military cooperation with Moscow
Atmar discusses military cooperation with Moscow

AT-KABUL: The National Security Adviser Mohammad Hanif Atmar on Sunday left for Russia on an official invitation by his Russian counterpart, where he would discuss mutual cooperation, his office Read More

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How Afghanistan is bringing cricket to Germany
How Afghanistan is bringing cricket to Germany

Increasing numbers of Afghan refugees are stoking an interest in the game in their new adopted land "The Taliban killed my father. There was danger for me too." Niamatullah, a short but firmly built Read More

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Roadside explosion leaves two dead in Faryab
Roadside explosion leaves two dead in Faryab

AT Monitoring Desk-KABUL: At least two civilians were killed and four others received injuries on Friday morning after a roadside bomb went off in Faryab province, officials said. The bomb went off Read More

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Editorial: Deadly Daesh
Editorial: Deadly Daesh

Daesh has become a deadly terrorist organization in Afghanistan despite the recently launched military operations in eastern Nangarhar province. The security forces have inflicted heavy casualties Read More

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A kick in the teeth or a new intrigue

The atrocities faced by the nation are showing no signs of ending. There is no lull in the grief and troubles of the nation. We have been watching the show of bloodshed and terror for the past four Read More

  • Atmar discusses military cooperation with Moscow AT-KABUL: The National Security Adviser Mohammad Hanif Atmar on Sunday left for Russia on an official invitation by his Russian counterpart, where he...
  • Editorial: Deadly Daesh Daesh has become a deadly terrorist organization in Afghanistan despite the recently launched military operations in eastern Nangarhar province. The s...
  • Editorial: Regional stability Head of the OSCE Center in Ashgabat, Natalya Drozd, and Turkmenistan’s President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov stressed on improving security situation in...

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  • Social Stigma and Youth trouble
    Social Stigma and Youth trouble

    The shame or disgrace attached to something that is unacceptable to society can be regarded as social stigma. Erving Goffman, one of the most influential sociologists of twentieth century Read More

  • Case against PoPA extension
    Case against PoPA extension

    Afrasiab Khattak-Protection of Pakistan Act (PoPA) one of the major anti-terrorist laws in Pakistan, expired yesterday. It was promulgated in July 2014 with a two year sunset clause. In this way Read More

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