Academy of Science of Afghanistan organizes seminar on water management

Avoiding water confrontations AT News KABUL: The Academic of Science of Afghanistan has organized a one day seminar to discus Afghanistan water management and to deal with the issue form knowledgeable perspectives The seminar titled “Afghanistan’s Water Management and Regional Diplomacy,” was attended by different governmental officials, university teachers, media …

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Taliban accuses govt. of targeting their prisoners

AT News KABUL: The Taliban accused the Afghan government of targeting its fighters who have been recently released as part of the US-Taliban peace deal signed on February 29th. The militants’ spokesman, Zabiullah Mujahid said that the intelligence agency in cooperation with the IS-K or so called Daesh fighters intend …

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Editorial: Figments of imagination

Pakistan, an intricate neighbor of Afghanistan, is widely known for its role in hiding terrorists and has been described as a safe haven for terrorists by western media and the United States Defense Secretary as well. The regional countries have accused Pakistan of involvement in terrorist activities in the region …

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VP Saleh tasked to tackle corruption

AT News KABUL: First Vice President Amrullah Saleh is given the responsibility to counter administrative corruptions at the government departments. Saleh in a statement said that President Ashraf Ghani handed over the task of combating administrative corruption to the morning session to provide tighter security and prevent fraudulence. The regular …

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VP calls for public trial of terrorists

AT News KABUL: The first vice president, Amrullah Saleh has called for public trial of terrorists. “On behalf of the nation of Afghanistan, I ask the judiciary of Afghanistan to hold open trial sessions for the arrested terrorists and invite the families of martyrs to the trial sessions,” Saleh said …

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Taliban threaten singer in Farah

AT News KABUL: A singer in the western province of Farah says that Taliban militants threatened him to stop signing. Taliban militants have banned music in all districts and parts of the provincial capital of Farah. Shafiq Asir, 36, who sings at wedding ceremonies in Farah, says that the insurgents …

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