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Editorial: Unduly distrustful

No one can deny the continuous carnage in Afghanistan. Violence has been intensified inexorably around the country. Last week was the most deadly as over 200 people, among them school pupils were killed. Uncertainty reached its peak in the wake of US and NATO troops withdrawal, scheduled to be gone …

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Editorial: Rising Further Tensions

Afghanistan is currently caught in a series of crises- the uncertain peace process, unabated level of violence- and feeble economy amid the withdrawal of international forces. In such a critical time, our country needs a political consensus and strong-monolithic state. Unfortunately, in various eras of our history, we lacked the …

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Editorial: Ceasefire, the hidden face of violence

During the three-day national ceasefire for Eid, the blood of innocent Afghans kept bleeding – the hope for at least three days of calmness faded away after an explosive device placed inside a mosque in Kabul detonated on the second day of truce that killed at least 12 worshippers. The …

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Editorial: Kabul again in blackout

The Afghans spent the three-day of Eid-al-fitr in a deep darkness as the militants shot down the power pylons in several provinces around the country. The people warmly celebrated the announcement of Eid-day ceasefire with happiness and entertainments but lack of power darkened their residences. Every year’s Eid is celebrated …

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Editorial: The floods tragedy

Afghanistan is covered with big mountains green hails that reflects an astonishing and beautiful view. The high summit of some of its mountains is shiningly reflecting their glory view embellished with snow and ice. The green and gorgeous valley steals the look of one’s eyes. But despite all the beauties …

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Editorial: Gut-wrenching scene

It was a black Saturday. More than 50 people, many of them young pupils below 15 years old lost their lives in a massive bomb blast in Kabul. Over 100 others received injuries. The scene of the blast is gut-wrenching – thousands of wandering around the area of massacre in …

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Editorial: Dwindling media activities

Afghanistan is recognized as the world’s dangerous country for the journalists and media family. Lack of law enforcement, the existence of several militant groups and powerful individuals across the country has often posed high threats to the Afghan media and journalists. It is a crystal clear that working as journalists …

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Editorial: Transitional government is an opportunity to prevent violence

An article written by President Ashraf Ghani was published on Tuesday in the Foreign Affairs in which he has tried to draw a roadmap for the country after the US-led foreign troops leave Afghanistan by the end of this summer. The president for the first time has showed agreement with …

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