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Moscow Gives Green Light for Afghan Govt Recognition If Incl System Formed

AT News KABUL: Russia shined a green light for recognition of current Afghan government if the Islamic Emirate establishes an inclusive government in Afghanistan. Russia will move towards full diplomatic recognition.Sergeĭ Viktorovich Lavrov, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, said that the current government are all members of …

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Afghan Refugees Held Protest in Islamabad, Criticizing Delay UNHCR Process

AT News KABUL: The Afghan refugees held a rally in front of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), where they expressed criticism over delays in processing their immigration papers. They wore the shirts with slogans of “kill us”. They called on the UNHCR to expedite their registration, the distribution …

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Karzai Calls Girls’ Education Important for Country’s Development

AT News KABUL: Former President Hamid Karzai reiterated his call for girls’ access to school and said that the people of Afghanistan want their girls to return to school. The former president cited the remarks on a BBC program of Best of Today. “There is no way… that the country …

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MoHE’s Change in Timetable for Kabul University Triggered Outcry

AT News KABUL: The decision of the Ministry of Higher Education– to allot three days per week for boys students and a similar period of time for the girls students—has face reactions by the students and citizens. Some students said that the new plan will cause trouble for them students …

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Islamic Emirate Marks Death Anniversary of Its Founder

AT News KABUL: The Islamic Emirate Sunday marked the ninth death anniversary of its founder and former leader Mullah Mohammad Omar Mujahid. The ceremony was attended by senior officials of the Islamic Emirate including the first and second deputies of the prime Ministers as well as Mullah Mohammad Yaqob, the …

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MoHE Forms New Timetable for Students

AT News KABUL: The Ministry of Higher Education (MoHE) announced a new timetable for the students of Kabul and Polytechnic universities through which male and female students will study three days a week each. “Based on the proposal of Kabul University, the instructors and students, this plan is made and …

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Students Return to Classes in School Target by Blast

AT News KABUL: The students of Abdul Raheem Shaheed Highschool returned to their classes four days after a blast target nearby the schools—that left scores of people killed and wounded. Teachers at the school asked the Islamic Emirate to ensure the security of all education centers and schools in the …

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Rauf Released After Months in Kidnappers’ Custody

AT News KABUL: CustodyAbdul Rauf, 11, who was kidnapped two years ago from Mazar-e-Sharif, was handed over to his family today in northern Balk province. Rauf’s releasement was announced by the second Deputy of Prime Minister, Mullah Abdul Salam Hanafi, in a gathering in Balk province. “I think I am …

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Bodies of Victims in Balkh Mosque Blast Buried

AT News KABUL: The bodies of the victims of the blast at the mosque in Mazar-e-Sharif in Balkh province were buried on Friday.   One of the victims was a street vendor.   Shir Ahmad, 55, was working on the streets of the city of Mazar-e-Sharif as a vendor to feed his …

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Karzai Condemned Attack on Mosque in Kunduz

AT News KABUL: Former President Hamid Karzai strongly condemned the attack at a mosque in the Imam Sahib district of Kunduz. The former president called such attacks ‘terrorist’ and the plot of the foreigners against the people of Afghanistan. On Friday afternoon a blast targeted Mawlawi Sekandar mosque in Imam …

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