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Editorial: The agents of darkness

This is not the first incident of attacking a private facility, offering courses for students in higher education in Kabul. Nearly 100 high school students were killed and injured. Such agents of darkness, better to call it, the devil force, have recurrently conducted this inhumane attack. This is neither the …

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Editorial: No sign of ending war

The Taliban group has doubled offensives against the Afghan security forces around the country. Even the peace deal with the U.S. and the current peace talks with the Afghan delegation in Doha, failed to encourage the Taliban to stop the war or at least reduce the violence. There is no …

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Editorial: Abdication of leadership

On Wednesday, we faced another sad reality—abdication of leadership. The immense incompetence and carelessness is speaking for itself louder than before. Mismanagement has caused a heartbreaking incident of stampede that broke out among the Afghan masses who gathered at a stadium in Jalalabad city to get visas for Pakistan trip. …

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Editorial: A glimpse of hope in the dark

Spiraling status quo of the Afghan conflict has overshadowed the negotiations among the Afghan and Taliban peace delegations, working on a new formula to end the war which is continuing for nearly 20 years with no end in sight thus far. With the peace process going on the air, the …

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Editorial: Delicate peace deal

Spiraling of violence could be proven risky to the fragile peace deal between the US and the Taliban group. Shelving nearly months of silence over unprecedented levels of violence around Afghanistan, the US point-man for peace has raced up the escalation of violence, believing inflammatory rhetoric does not advance peace, …

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Editorial: Kabul, a hotbed of crime?

The residents of Kabul, a capital city filled with nearly six million populations, are deeply worried over armed robberies and aggravated burglaries at gunpoint and they are absolutely left at the mercy of these bag-snatch criminals as the security situation is deteriorating on a daily basis. Their miseries are getting …

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Afghan forces rescue 43 from Taliban captivity

AT News KABUL: 43 captives, including members of the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) and civilians, were freed from a Taliban prison in Shah Joy district of Zabul province in a military sting conducted by the Afghan National Army. 20 of the released captives including four civilians were …

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Editorial: Idle scrutiny

Afghanistan and the U.S. are not darling to each other, but the U.S. will not withdraw from Afghanistan, once a top official had said. But Afghanistan, with its enormous tensions, needs to set its own house in order or at least to refrain from provocative remarks that bedevil the most …

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