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Editorial: Armed conflicts are intensifying

With the U.S. and NATO forces being prepared to exit from Afghanistan, the relentless violence has been ragging across the country. The daily toll of the Afghan security forces is on the rise while the Taliban are suffering the same or even more casualties in clashes. 181 Taliban are reported …

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Editorial: Claim of degradation

The US is claiming to have degraded al-Qaeda’s presence in Afghanistan. US President Joe Biden has used the 10th anniversary of the raid that killed al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden to support his decision to pull troops out of Afghanistan.  The terrorist group was the mastermind of 9/11 attacks. The …

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Editorial: Can we survive?

Afghanistan, a country that has gone through many ups and downs through its long year’s history, is once again in its defining situation. The country itself is beautiful. Located at the Heart of Asia, the country is well-down for its civilianization and very famous for its rich culture and stunning …

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Editorial: Bloody tragedy of Logar

The people of Afghanistan have gone through a lot of heartbreaking and wrenching tragedies and bloodsheds as their country witnessed severe conflicts and violence in various eras of history. This relentless violence of the past four decades has left behind hundred thousands of people dead and maimed. On Friday evening …

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Editorial: What an illusion

Since the process of US troops withdrawal from Afghanistan has begun, the Taliban, a group the Afghan government is trying to seek peace with, and other terrorist groups are now daydreaming with false impressions that they are closer than ever to a military victory. This mindset indeed is dangerous and …

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Editorial: What we can learn from India

India has set an unwelcomed world record for the number of new COVID-19 cases in which as per to Sunday a further 349,691 cases were emerged while 2,767 people lost their lives. Its capital city, New Delhi has been reported as the worst hit area. Based on reports, the city …

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Editorial: The Afghan security forces are at frontline of war on terror

With the U.S. is intending to withdraw all its service members from Afghanistan by September 11, the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attack – there are pessimistic concerns over the possible collapse of the Afghan government and mainly the Afghan security forces. The fear loomed as top U.S. general expressed …

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Editorial: Yet another bump in the road to peace

Over four decades have passed since the start of the nonstop imposed war in Afghanistan that has ruined the country to a larger extent. During these difficult years, many Afghans have lost their lives, many more wounded and million others were forced to leave their country. More orphans and widows …

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Editorial: Ghani’s unrealistic fantasy

Afghanistan is a landlocked country that doesn’t have direct access to water ports. To export or import products, it needs to pass its through neighbors to get connected with the world’s countries. Although, the give-and-take is a normal principle between the neighboring countries in the world, Afghanistan is caught among …

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Editorial: No backwardness

In the wake of US troop withdrawal salted for September 11, a false prospect that Taliban could overrun the country and once again establish Islamic Emirate is making the rounds. Obviously, the foreign troop pullout would make things tough with leaving Afghanistan with an uncertain future, but the Taliban should …

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