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Editorial: Breaking the grip of terror

ESCALATION of violence and the hardline Taliban’s unrestrained rampage across Afghanistan is now the stark reality and the inevitability many feared would haunt Afghanistan after the withdrawal of US-led troops. The insurgents have always threatened to hold sway after foreign troops draw down. US-led and NATO troops are more than …

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Editorial: Pakistan’s aggression in Spin-Boldak

A video has been doing rounds on social media shows Pakistani militias crossed the zero point of the impose crossing- Durand Line. Pakistan has always held vicious intentions towards Afghanistan. The Pakistani military- who maintain the power on the country’s government affairs- has fired hundreds of rockets across the Durand …

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A glimmer of hope rises as peace delegation visited Doha

A high level delegation of peace negotiations, led by chairman of the high council for national reconciliation, Abdullah Abdullah, traveled to Qatar to meet with the Taliban representatives, discussing ways of meaningful peace negotiations. There have been several meetings held between the Afghan negotiating team and the Taliban delegation but …

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Pakistan’s warning needs strong answer

Officials in the presidential palace say that Pakistan has warned Afghan air force against any strike on the Taliban fighters in the Spin Boldak district. Spin Boldak fell to Taliban militants this week. The district lies on the so-called border crossing line of Durand that Afghanistan does not recognize as …

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Editorial: Unspeakable harm to civilians

The Afghan people have remained highly confident for a better tomorrow. The more they suffered in terms of human losses and property damages, the more they showed commitment for their country with an expectation that the good days will come. But they can’t be granted forever. In the wake of …

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Editorial: Complexities of the war

Afghanistan is in its defining moment. Anything terrible can happen, but it is reversible, still there is room to prevent any possible crisis in the wake of foreign troop withdrawal. We are in a whirl of unending war and turmoil. It has been for over four decades that peace or …

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Editorial: Taliban changed?

Taliban had once ruled Afghanistan and its regime before invasion of America in 2001 to oust them, has been marked the darkest period in the history of Afghanistan that surely has no need for any sorts of explanation. What suffering the Afghan people went through during the Taliban regime is …

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Editorial: Ghani’s false impression

The Afghan social media users made fun of President Ashraf Ghani’s claim of ordering the foreign forces to leave Afghanistan. In addition to several other false claims, Ghani made a mockery remark of- driving the U.S. forces out of Afghanistan- during his visit to the southeastern Khost province, where, he …

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Editorial: What awaits Afghanistan

Since the US announced its complete September withdrawal plan, a big question has remained: what awaits Afghanistan and the region because the security situation has worsened. To understand the gravity of the crisis, we need to have a deep discussion about why the 20 years military approach has failed and …

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Editorial: Chaos in the offing

Afghan people are languishing in the shadows of terror and melancholy in these dark days. The country is beleaguered by a growing insurgency and militarism and stands on the precipice of a devastating war. In the one hand, the tentacles of Taliban are spreading fast as they continue to be …

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