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Peace is not possible without justice

MyRedLine Movement Strongly Opposed AWN’s Stance on U.S. Proposal for Peace AT News KABUL: The MyRedLine Movement has expressed criticism on the Afghan Women Network’s (AWN) stance regarding the U.S. new proposal for Afghanistan reconciliation, calling it “legitimately recognition of illegal and political inference of foreigners” on forging destination for …

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By Javier Delgado Rivera On March 17, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) issued its spring disaster contingency plan for Afghanistan. A compelling $390 million-call to donors where it warns that 13.2 million people in the country will need humanitarian assistance during the next months, in …

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The Afghanistan Study Group Recommendations for Peace

                                                Summary by Matin Royeen Ph.D Introduction:  In the past forty years, the Afghan people have paid a very heavy price due to protracted violent conflict.  The bloody Communist coup of 1978 followed by ten years of former Soviet invasion in December of 1979 and the brutal civil war caused …

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