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US not withdraw fully from Afghanistan

AT News KABUL: The United States is not going to totally pull back its soldiers from Afghanistan, says Karim Khorram, a former government official. Khorram said on Monday that if the US wraps up military presence in the country, it would rely very much to the local militia men. He …

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Tajikistan reduces power provision to Afghanistan

AT News KABUL: De Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat, a government power producing company, has said that Tajikistan reduced electricity supply to Afghanistan. Breshna said in a statement that Dushanbe reduced the 350 megawatt power to 40 due to the lower surface of water.  To meet the needs of the Afghan citizens, …

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Saudi to build 600 schools in Afghanistan

AT News KABUL: The Afghanistan embassy in Riyadh in a statement said that Saudi would build 600 schools in Afghanistan. Based on Afghan government’s offer, the compound of the schools would be constructed by the rural development communities instead of private sectors and that it would be monitored by an …

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US to push Afghan sides sit in negotiating table

Khalilzad embarks on five-nation tour on Afghan peace AT News KABUL: The United States has dispatched a Special Envoy for Afghanistan Reconciliation, Zalmay Khalilzad to press for peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban—a deadlock in reconciliation due to controversies in prisoner swaps process. Top US negotiator, Khalilzad …

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Al-Qaeda active in 12 Afghan provinces: UN

‘Up to 6,000-6,500 Pakistani terrorists present in Afghanistan’ AT Monitoring Desk KABUL: A report submitted to the United Nations Security Council indicates that the total number of “Pakistani foreign terrorist fighters” in Afghanistan is estimated at “between 6,000 and 6,500, most of them with Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).’  The report says …

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