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Editorial: Phony kill list? A bizarre gambit

As Afghanistan is seemingly getting closer to the launch of intra-Afghan talks – sooner or later – there needs to be efforts made on building and institutionalizing peaceful mindsets and thinking among Afghans. On the contrary, those who are advocating achieving that end are being targeted and killed. A recent …

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Editorial: Peace process plateauing out

The Afghan peace process has once again plateaued out after a considerable process until now. It’s become usual that one or another pretext comes up to delay the national undertaking which is of key importance to Afghanistan. The two most problematic hurdles to the launch of intra-Afghan talks so far …

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Editorial: Zealous Afghans celebrating I-Day

A security scare happened in the capital as Afghans celebrated the country’s 101st Independence Day. At least 10, including children and women, were injured as more than a dozen mortar shells slammed into various parts of Kabul on Tuesday morning. Despite some other security incidents across the country, zealous Afghans …

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Editorial: Filthy games lead nowhere

Even, after the Consultative Loya Jirga called for the release of 400 of the remaining 5,000 Taliban prisoners, the insurgents denied to recognize the government of Afghanistan—in tit for tat, the government said the Taliban are not representing any tribe in the country. This as the Taliban claims to have …

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Editorial: Polarity at its peak

When the intra-Afghan talks seem to be just around the corner, there are some key issues ahead of Afghans that need deep deliberation and a proper approach to resolve them. Discussion over the Constitution, the republican system, the Afghan security forces and women’s rights are among some of the huge …

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Editorial: Finally – covid-19 vaccine

Russia is prematurely declaring victory in the race for a vaccine against Covid-19. The country (Russia) became the first in the world to approve a possible vaccine against the virus. It is a global pandemic, in which more than 741,420 people have lost their lives, battling the virus and according to …

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Editorial: Baby steps to economic recovery

It’s without a doubt that the coronavirus pandemic’s fallout has put a big dent on world economies, as well as trade and transit between countries, while Afghanistan has been no exception. However, it seems that after flattening the curve and going past the peak of cases, Afghanistan is gradually going …

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