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Editorial: Splinter group

With each passing day, disturbing news or rather not-so-much validated rumors are propagated regarding the peace process and the engaged interlocutors. Recent reports that triggered concerns have been about the disarray in Taliban leadership due to emerging disagreements after several senior Taliban leaders fell ill to coronavirus. But hard on …

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Editorial: Leadership in disarray

Recent peaceful overtures from the Afghan government and the Taliban are promising as they contribute to taking Afghanistan bit by bit closer to the launch of intra-Afghan talks and a solution to the Afghan war. Most of all, the accelerated prisoner swap process is furthering the détente between the belligerent …

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Editorial: Actual progress being made

Promising developments are being made in the peace process hard on the heels of earlier suffering of the Afghan people. In the holy month of Ramadan, the intensified conflict waged by the Taliban reportedly claimed the lives of at least 146 civilians, with more than 430 suffering injuries. A 3-day …

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Editorial: Work in synergy!

The COVID-19 continues to sweep through the world unabated as the number of coronavirus-related deaths around the world has reached a staggering 324,000, with more than five million individuals being infected with the disease. So far the US has been the worst-hit country in the world where 1.55 million individuals …

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Editorial: An appalling realty

Political calamity has gripped Afghanistan in the shadow of a fatal pandemic – a double whammy eating away at paltry sources of daily livelihoods of millions and eroding their belief in the government. In Afghanistan, prolonged political tensions and power tussle as a result of complicated election always been problematic …

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Editorial: Fences mended at last

Delaying the inevitable ostensibly only for a few months, the feuding rivals President Ashraf Ghani and Abdullah Abdullah finally signed a power-sharing deal to end their political discord. The arrangement of power-sharing reportedly entails the same components as published by this paper earlier in the form of a draft. Abdullah …

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Editorial: Don’t loosen up yet!

In spite of the fact that COVID-19 is spreading swiftly and unabated across the country, people are gradually becoming careless and reckless. The recent figures show that Afghanistan recorded a single-day highest number of positive coronavirus cases and deaths from the disease. At least 414 new cases and 17 deaths …

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Editorial: Enemies sabotaging peace process

Either the peace efforts symbolized by the warring parties aren’t sincere or regional sponsors of proxies and terrorist outfits cannot tolerate to see a peaceful and stable Afghanistan. In a fresh bout of violence, two deadly terrorist attacks inflicted horrors that words could not do justice to. Terrorists stormed a …

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Editorial: Deadly Tuesday

Tuesday, the 19th Day of Holy Month of Ramadan turned deadly for the Afghan masses after terrorists carried deadly attacks across the country, in which scores of civilians were killed and wounded. Gunmen attacked a maternity hospital in Kabul, killing four, injuring five others—blasts in Nangarhar killed 17, injured 45 …

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