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The Rise of Afghanistan’s Taliban

Southern grievances are at a tipping point, and if Kabul or Washington won’t address them, the Taliban—or other armed groups—certainly will. By Masood Ahmad Azizi The latest round of U.S.-Taliban talks appears to be heading to a framework for peace. In exchange for a timeline for the withdrawal of U.S. forces, …

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AGO delegation in Logar to probe pedophile alleged ring

AT News KABUL: The Attorney General Office has been investigating the alleged pedophile ring in southeastern Logar province following the allegation of sexual abuse against the schoolchildren by the educational officials in the province. Earlier, a Britain Newspaper, Guardian has reported that over 500 school students have been sexually abused …

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Militants flee to Pakistan from Afghanistan: Mohib

AT News KABUL: National Security Advisor, Hamdullah Mohib has said that after inflicting heavy casualties on ISI-K and Turkestan Islamic Party’s affiliated members by the Afghan security forces in north and eastern part of Afghanistan, the group’s fighters have been fled to Pakistan. Talking in the second round of regional …

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Dialogue leads to peace, not the swords: EU Envoy

“Peace in Afghanistan deserves all our efforts and commitment. Afghans have the right to start new and peaceful lives. They have already been very patient. The EU wants the real peace process between Afghans to start,” EU Special Envoy for Afghanistan, Roland Kobia said. By Mansoor Faizy On 28th September, …

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Germany ready to mediate for Afghan peace negotiations

AT News KABUL: Germany is ready to intercede the government of Afghanistan and Taliban militants to hold negotiations, said German Ambassador to Kabul, Markus Potzel. Taliban who previously rejected any talks with the government, have recently showed interest in sitting with representatives of President Ashraf Ghani. The militants’ spokesman in …

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Afghanistan third dangerous country for journalists

AT News KABUL: The Organization of Reporters Without Borders in its littlest report has described Afghanistan as the third dangerous and unsecured country for the journalists following Mexico and Syria in 2019. According to the report, at least ten journalists in Mexico, ten in Syria, five in Afghanistan, four in …

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