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Suspension of Continuing Education for Girls in Public & Private Universities

By: Hekamatullah Aziz AT Kabul: On Tuesday evening, December 20, 2022, a letter signed by Mawlavi Neda Mohammad Nadeem, Acting Minister of Higher Education, was published on social media pages and in some media outlets, in which an immediate order was given to suspend the education of girls in universities …

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Karzai condemns detention of Afghan refugees in Pakistan

AT Kabul: Following reports of mistreatments of Afghan refugees in Pakistan especially women and children former president Hamid Karzai has asked Pakistan to treat Afghan refugees humanely in accordance with universal principles of human rights. Karzai tweeted that as a good and civilized neighbor behave with Afghan refugees in accordance …

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Awareness, the only way to counter cognitive warfare

AT Kabul: The nations face a range of challenges in emerging domains of conflict. These domains can arise from the introduction of new and disruptive technologies. The domains of space and cyber, for example, came out of developments in rocket, satellite, computing, telecommunications, and internetworking technologies. The increasingly widespread use …

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Father killed his three children

AT Kabul: Today in Dand region of Kandahar province, a person killed his three children due to poverty and inability to find bread to their family.   Hearing this news is really heart-wrenching and burns a person to the bone marrow, and this is completely amazed how a father can …

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Less than 1 percent of Britain’s people voted on the new prime minister

By Megan Specia The New York Times It may come as a surprise, particularly to those less familiar with parliamentary systems of government, that the decision on Britain’s new leader has been made by just a small (and not very representative) fraction of the country’s 67 million people. Around 160,000 …

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Games Taliban play: Why India must engage in Afghanistan

Anand K Sahay AT Kabul: The recent killing of Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawhiri in a CIA drone strike in Kabul, at an address evidently linked to Taliban interior minister Sirajuddin Haqqani, is very bad optics for the regime. It raises complex questions about the Taliban, and requires us to ponder …

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US correct its mistakes in Afghanistan

AT Kabul: In an inrerwive with NPR, Former Prisedent Hamid Karzai calls on the United States government to atone for its mistakes in Afghanistan and help Afghan nation during these hard times.When the Taliban captured Kabul last August, the U.S.-backed Afghan government collapsed and hundreds of thousands of Afghans fled …

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Uncertainty shrouds Afghanistan’s future

By: Shoaib Shirzai Afghanistan went through its worst during past several years with dramatic political changes since 2014 that cast a shadow on future of Afghan people. The most challenging of them all was the withdrawal of foreign forces from Afghanistan after which the Taliban took over Afghanistan. The pullout …

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