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Editorial: The primer secret behind districts’ collapse

Hundreds of security forces evacuated from a military compound and handed over dozens of weapon and military equipment to the Taliban in Shinkai district of southern Zabul province. Retreatment from the military compound sparked criticisms among the Afghans, lashing out the government for its poor war management. Such act of …

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Editorial: Inhuman, irresponsible trend of health worker assassinations

Five healthcare workers working door to door to vaccinate children against polio were shot dead by gunmen in five separate incidents in eastern Nangarhar province. No words can justify the senseless murder of healthcare workers. They were simply discharging their lifesaving polio vaccination and they were engaged in civic services. …

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Editorial: A deliberate abandonment

An astonishing effort is on the cards by the Taliban across the country to convince the Afghan security forces to abandon their posts or surrender to the group in return for guaranteeing their safe passage. With the help of the tribal elders, the Taliban are looking for more districts and …

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Editorial: World Day against Child Labor

June 12 is marked as World Day against Child Labor. The Afghan Children have not been spared of relentless violence during the past four decades of war. Thousands of children are forced to do hazardous work. Based on official statics1.2 million Afghan children are engaged in hard work. Child Laboring …

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Editorial: The Makkah Summit on Afghan Peace

The religious clerics of Afghanistan, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia in a recent summit declared the Afghan war illegal and forbidden. The summit was hosted by Saudi Arabia in Makkah via zoom conference. The Afghans welcome anyone who put any step forward in to grip this nation with peace and reconciliation. …

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Editorial: Not a wasteland state

After two decades of U.S. warfare in Afghanistan, nobody has ever thought to heap in such a period of hopelessness. There is no thinkable scenario in Afghanistan after the U.S. troops withdraw due to intensification of war, and the government losing territory and also soldiers. Nearly 100 Afghan security forces …

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Editorial: Is it trustworthy?

The Taliban assured safety for the local Afghan workers, who supported the foreign diplomatic and military mission in Afghanistan, after the U.S. and NATO Forces pullout. Many of them worked as interpreters, cleaners and other entitles. But, how trusty could be the militant’ stance regarding their conducts towards the Afghan …

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Editorial: Are we losing to fend off Taliban offensives?

Afghanistan has experienced a weekend of carnage as scores of people, including the army, died in a series of Taliban attacks across the country. Hundreds of Taliban fighters were also killed and wounded as heavy clashes were reported in different provinces with some districts having fallen to the Taliban, a …

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Editorial; Moving from strategic depth to strategic peace

The U.S. troops have begun packing gear from Afghanistan after President Joe Biden recently announced that all American troops will leave the country by September 11 this year. This withdrawal will take place after a nearly two-decade long military presence. The U.S. administration had declared victory in the fight against …

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Editorial: Ineffective lockdowns

Fearing the rapid surge of the Covid-19, the government last month enforced lockdowns on educational centers and institutions. The schools and Universities were closed while the parks, cinemas, wedding halls and other entertainment places remained opened for public. The lockdowns on educational centers become ineffective as the number of corronavirus …

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