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250 illegal Pakistani workers deported from Afghanistan

AT Monitoring Desk KABUL: As deadlock persists along the Durand Line near Chaman, one of the two main crossing points, Pakistani media reported that Afghanistan has reportedly deported 250 illegal Pakistani workers. A Pakistani official quoted in reports by local media said the Afghan officials had expelled over 250 Pakistani …

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Major terror attacks in Kabul this year

About 15 people were killed and 45 others injured in a terrorist attack on a private American-run university in Kabul on Wednesday night. Seven students were among those killed while 36 college staff and students wounded in the suicide car bombing and ensuing gunfight, police said Thursday. The following is …

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22 Insurgents Killed, 21 Wounded During Military Operations

About 22 Taliban militants were killed and 21 were injured during mopping-up operations led by Afghan security forces in 11 provinces of the country in the past 24 hours. Ministry of National Defense press office stated BNA, the clearing operations were launched to suppress armed rebels and protect the lives …

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Afghanistan’s ‘Achilles’ Gives His Life To Save Students

One of Afghanistan’s leading crack commanders, Lieutenant Mohammed Akbar, was killed in Wednesday night’s attack on the American University in Afghanistan – a loss that is seen as a great tragedy to the Afghan National Security Forces and to the country. Akbar was leading a Crisis Response Unit team in …

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Enemies of education

Law and order situation in different parts of the country is beyond argument because the militants are targeting civilian and military facilities in major cities. Fall of Garmsir district of Helmand, Want Waigal district of Nuristan, and Khanabad district of Kunduz to the Taliban in the last one month are …

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