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Editorial: Brazen interference

Afghanistan has always been a victim of regional and global countries’ power games. The internal rifts within Afghanistan, coupled with foreign meddling, have made the country weakest to the extent that currently every country easily hooks its claws into Afghanistan to ensure their nefarious designs and interests. As Afghanistan is …

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Editorial: Cease panic buying!

The spike and outbreak of COVID-19, as 22 positive cases of this new strain of coronavirus have been registered so far across Afghanistan, has resulted in spurring Afghan people to engage in panic buying. Local profiteers availing of the opportunity have increased the prices of edible items and medicines. In …

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Is Afghanistan a killing field?

The horrid reality of war in Afghanistan isn’t properly and precisely relayed to the rest of the world. The collateral damage and disproportionate killings of innocent people as a byproduct of the current war are shocking. The United Nations roughly estimates that 32,000 civilians have been killed so far in …

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Editorial: Power-sharing is inevitable

As if the continuing political turmoil, the fragile peace process and escalating Taliban violence were not enough, Afghans have to contend with the surging COVID-19 positive cases now – something leading to confusion worse confounded. Despite the fact that the new string of coronavirus has eclipsed all other issues, the …

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Editorial: Coronavirus beatable

China has been a paragon of a systematic fight against spread of the novel coronavirus pneumonia since its outbreak. China adopted draconian response measures; cities including the epicenter of the disease, Wuhan, were locked down during the epidemic in mainland China. That, intuitively, set a pattern for the rest of …

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Editorial: Game of Thrones

As the lingering row over election results culminated in producing two presidents for Afghanistan with Ashraf Ghani taking an oath as president and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Abdullah Abdullah following suit, Afghanistan has officially entered into a presidential crisis. Afghan masses are worried about the political future and fate of …

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Editorial: Death of democracy

The Afghan leaders officially signed the death warrant of Afghan democracy by administering unprecedented dual inauguration ceremonies, separated by just a thin wall. Despite efforts by Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad, the election standoff and the lingering row over its results culminated in producing two presidents for Afghanistan as Ashraf Ghani took …

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Editorial: Where are we heading as a nation?

In the past four decades of war and conflict, the Afghan masses went through many ups and downs, but were never divided. Despite Afghanistan is a multi-ethnic and multi-religious country, the Afghan people providentially preserved their unity all time even in the worst situation. There have been several wars, but …

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