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A tribute to our fearless armed forces

By Mohammad Ihsan KABUL: The Taliban alongside hundreds of foreign terrorists set attacks on Lashkargah, the capital city of southern Helmand province but our brave security forces defeated the militants and based on media reports tens of Taliban, including their governor, top commanders and foreign terrorists were killed and many …

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Afghanistan war is a tussle for power, say scholars

Religious clerics condemned the ongoing war as a mere struggle for power which is perpetuating at a frighteningly high human cost. They called warring factions to stop massacring people and bring peace AT News KABUL: Afghanistan’s prominent religious scholars have issued fatwa against the ongoing war in Afghanistan and urged …

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Karzai denounces terrorist attack in Kabul

AT News KABUL: Former President, Hamid Karzai, strongly condemned a “terrorist attack” that targeted the Kawsar-e-Danesh educational center in Kabul in which tens of young students were martyred and injured. At least 24 people were killed and 57 more wounded in the suicide attack in Dasht-e-Barchi neighborhood in Police District …

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Hekmatyar urges interim government as way forward

AT News KABUL: The leader of Hezb-e-Islami, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar said that the Taliban refuse to accept the incumbent government and that the only resolving option to ongoing conflict is to form an interim government. Briefing newsmen in Kabul on his visit to Pakistan, Hekmatyar said that peace would be ensured …

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Hekmatyar faces backlash after rejecting involvement of Pakistanis in Helmand conflict

AT News KABUL: Ministry of Interior has heaped scorns on Hezb-e-Islami leader, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, for rejecting reports that Pakistani nationals were involved in the large-scale militant onslaught against security forces in southern Helmand province. Hekmatyar recently brushed off the government claim that 40 Pakistani terrorists were among the militants killed …

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Nangarhar appoints first female court judge

AT News KABUL: For the first time a woman has been appointed as a judge in the special primary court of elimination of violence against women in eastern Nangarhar province. According to Nangarhar Press Office, Chief Judge of Appeal Court of Nangarhar Mohammad Wazir said that based on approval of …

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Editorial: The agents of darkness

This is not the first incident of attacking a private facility, offering courses for students in higher education in Kabul. Nearly 100 high school students were killed and injured. Such agents of darkness, better to call it, the devil force, have recurrently conducted this inhumane attack. This is neither the …

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Afghanistan records 65 new COVID-19 cases

AT News KABUL: Afghanistan has recorded 65 new positive cases of Coronavirus in the past 24 hours, bringing the total tally to 40,833 cases throughout the country, the Ministry of Public Health said Sunday. These cases come positive out of 444 suspected samples – 19 positive cases were recorded in …

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