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Karzai Wishes Peaceful New Year

AT News Report KABUL: Former President Hamid Karzai congratulated the New Year to the people of Afghanistan and expressed hope that it be a year of lasting peace and end of war. “I would like to congratulate the new year to all my brothers and sisters and
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Karzai Wishes Peaceful New Year

AT News Report KABUL: Former President Hamid Karzai congratulated the New Year to the people of Afghanistan and expressed hope that it be a year of lasting peace and end of war. “I would like to congratulate the new year to all my brothers and sisters and I hope this year will bring a lasting …

People Centered Intra-Afghan Talks Lead to Convergences, strengthening constitutionalism

Constitution is at the intersection of the legal system, the political system and the society in the country. It is the supreme law of the land. Foundation of legal system: rights and duties are derived from it. Rule of law is based upon it. Political system
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People Centered Intra-Afghan Talks Lead to Convergences, strengthening constitutionalism

Constitution is at the intersection of the legal system, the political system and the society in the country. It is the supreme law of the land. Foundation of legal system: rights and duties are derived from it. Rule of law is based upon it. Political system in the form of institutions of governance and their …

“World should demand Afghan neighbors’ non-interference guarantee”

AT News Report KABUL: A prominent Pashtoon leader calls on the international community to demand a non-interference guarantee from Afghanistan’s neighbors. Mahmood Khan Achakzai who leads the Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (PMAP), said that he fully support
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“World should demand Afghan neighbors’ non-interference guarantee”

AT News Report KABUL: A prominent Pashtoon leader calls on the international community to demand a non-interference guarantee from Afghanistan’s neighbors. Mahmood Khan Achakzai who leads the Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party (PMAP), said that he fully supports the ongoing peace process in Afghanistan, emphasizing on the intra-Afghan peace negotiations in which the government of Afghanistan …

Abu Dhabi crown prince proposed killing Taliban leaders: Report

Press TV March 22, 2019 Mohammed bin Zayed, the crown prince of Abu Dhabi, proposed to US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to set up a covert program to assassinate Taliban leaders, a report says. He made the offer on January 12 during a meeting with Pompeo
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Abu Dhabi crown prince proposed killing Taliban leaders: Report

Press TV March 22, 2019 Mohammed bin Zayed, the crown prince of Abu Dhabi, proposed to US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to set up a covert program to assassinate Taliban leaders, a report says. He made the offer on January 12 during a meeting with Pompeo in the UAE capital amid disagreements between the two over peace talks betweenRead More...

Afghan Girl Wins Reality Show For The First Time

Tolo News: The winner of the 14th season of the country’s top reality show, Afghan Star, was, this time, an Afghan girl, Zahra Elham, who narrowly got more public votes than another finalist Wasim Anwari. Elham, 18, is from Afghanistan’s Ghazni province.
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Afghan Girl Wins Reality Show For The First Time

Tolo News: The winner of the 14th season of the country’s top reality show, Afghan Star, was, this time, an Afghan girl, Zahra Elham, who narrowly got more public votes than another finalist Wasim Anwari. Elham, 18, is from Afghanistan’s Ghazni province.  Elham’s success in the Afghan Star was met with many encouraging posts by socialRead More...

Two US soldiers killed in operation in Afghanistan

AT-KABUL: The US forces and Resolute Support Mission say two American soldiers have been killed during an operation in Afghanistan on Friday. The US and NATO Resolute Support mission furthered the Americans were killed while conducting an operation on Friday
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Two US soldiers killed in operation in Afghanistan

AT-KABUL: The US forces and Resolute Support Mission say two American soldiers have been killed during an operation in Afghanistan on Friday. The US and NATO Resolute Support mission furthered the Americans were killed while conducting an operation on Friday, but did not provide further information about the exact location and type of the operation. …

Afghanistan is world’s third least happy country: UN report

1TV: Afghanistan is ranked third least happy country in the world, according to an annual survey released on Wednesday. The 2019 World Happiness Report, released by the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network, showed that Afghanistan were nine spots dow
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Afghanistan is world’s third least happy country: UN report

1TV: Afghanistan is ranked third least happy country in the world, according to an annual survey released on Wednesday. The 2019 World Happiness Report, released by the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network, showed that Afghanistan were nine spots down from last year. Afghanistan is only above Central African Republic and South Sudan in the latest index.Read More...

Noor Warns He Will Not Stay Calm Over Balkh Tensions

Tolo News: One week after the de-escalation of tensions over the appoinment of the new police chief in Balkh, the former governor of Balkh and the CEO of Jamiat-e-Islami party, Atta Mohammad Noor, called for implementation of agreement which has been made be
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Noor Warns He Will Not Stay Calm Over Balkh Tensions

Tolo News: One week after the de-escalation of tensions over the appoinment of the new police chief in Balkh, the former governor of Balkh and the CEO of Jamiat-e-Islami party, Atta Mohammad Noor, called for implementation of agreement which has been made between him and acting ministers of Defense and Interior Affairs.  In a video messageRead More...

A Female Afghan Lawmaker Slapped A Cop. She Says He Deserved It. Now She’s Wanted For Questioning.

By Ron Synovitz & Khan Mohammad Seend Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty March 19, 2019 KABUL — A female Afghan lawmaker who slapped and cursed a police officer during a Kabul traffic stop is defending her actions, telling RFE/RL the officer first stru
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A Female Afghan Lawmaker Slapped A Cop. She Says He Deserved It. Now She’s Wanted For Questioning.

By Ron Synovitz & Khan Mohammad Seend Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty March 19, 2019 KABUL — A female Afghan lawmaker who slapped and cursed a police officer during a Kabul traffic stop is defending her actions, telling RFE/RL the officer first struck her with his fist, pushed her, insulted her, and smashed the butt ofRead More...

Ulumi Vows To Crash Possible Poll Riggings

Tolo News: Presidential candidate and Afghanistan’s former minister of interior Gen. Noorul Haq Ulumi, who also leads a newly established political party, Afghanistan People’s National Front (Jabha-e-Milli Mardum-e-Afghanistan), on Tuesday warned to resi
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Ulumi Vows To Crash Possible Poll Riggings

Tolo News: Presidential candidate and Afghanistan’s former minister of interior Gen. Noorul Haq Ulumi, who also leads a newly established political party, Afghanistan People’s National Front (Jabha-e-Milli Mardum-e-Afghanistan), on Tuesday warned to resist any kind of fraud and irregularities in the upcoming presidential elections scheduled for July 20.  Ulumi said that he quit his position as ministerRead More...

Afghanistan: The children caught in conflict

BBC News: War photographer Andrew Quilty travelled with the charity Save the Children across Afghanistan, capturing portraits of children whose lives have been devastated by conflict in the country. Across a series of portraits, the children describe storie
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Afghanistan: The children caught in conflict

BBC News: War photographer Andrew Quilty travelled with the charity Save the Children across Afghanistan, capturing portraits of children whose lives have been devastated by conflict in the country. Across a series of portraits, the children describe stories of losing loved ones, physical injuries from mines, and having to flee their homes because of the fighting.Read More...

Moscow to warring parties: Strive for a genuine peace

AT News Report KABUL: Russia has asked the warring parties in Afghanistan to cease hostilities rather strive for a genuine peace to be prevailed in the country. Russia’s Foreign Minister Spokesman, Maria Zakharova in a briefing on recent development in Afgh
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Moscow to warring parties: Strive for a genuine peace

AT News Report KABUL: Russia has asked the warring parties in Afghanistan to cease hostilities rather strive for a genuine peace to be prevailed in the country. Russia’s Foreign Minister Spokesman, Maria Zakharova in a briefing on recent development in Afghanistan on Tuesday said that they have noted a considerable aggravation of the military-political situation …

Kabul, Beijing backing interconnectedness, free trade

AT News Report KABUL:  Chinese ambassador to Afghanistan Liu Jinsong held talks with Nasir Ahmad Andisha, Afghanistan’s deputy foreign minister, where he greeted Andisha Afghan New Year and congratulated him on being appointed as the head of the Em
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Kabul, Beijing backing interconnectedness, free trade

AT News Report KABUL:  Chinese ambassador to Afghanistan Liu Jinsong held talks with Nasir Ahmad Andisha, Afghanistan’s deputy foreign minister, where he greeted Andisha Afghan New Year and congratulated him on being appointed as the head of the Embassy and Permanent Mission of Afghanistan to the UN Office in Geneva. The ambassador thanked Andisha for …

Editorial: Journalists Day

Media personnel in war stricken Afghanistan have observed the Journalist National Day amidst mourning losses of scores of colleagues, including Sultan Mahmood Khairkhwa killed in Khost province on previous Friday. In connection with the Journalist Day, gather
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Editorial: Journalists Day

Media personnel in war stricken Afghanistan have observed the Journalist National Day amidst mourning losses of scores of colleagues, including Sultan Mahmood Khairkhwa killed in Khost province on previous Friday. In connection with the Journalist Day, gatherings arranged in Kabul, Jalalabad and other places, whereas the participants besides mourning losses of their fellow colleagues have …

Kabul’s Expanding Foreigner ‘Bubble’ Trades Safety for Isolation

Reuters: Kabul’s green zone is a place where diplomats fly in cheesecake from New York and cases of wine from Europe, but many of those residing inside the heavily fortified enclave are not allowed to walk without an armed guard even for a distance of
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Kabul’s Expanding Foreigner ‘Bubble’ Trades Safety for Isolation

Reuters: Kabul’s green zone is a place where diplomats fly in cheesecake from New York and cases of wine from Europe, but many of those residing inside the heavily fortified enclave are not allowed to walk without an armed guard even for a distance of 100 meters. Click here to read more (external link).

U.S. ‘To End Contacts’ With Afghan Security Adviser Mohib Following Verbal Attack

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty March 19, 2019 A senior U.S. diplomat has told Afghanistan’s president that U.S. officials will no longer deal with his national security adviser, Reuters news agency reports, citing four knowledgeable U.S. and Afghan sou
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U.S. ‘To End Contacts’ With Afghan Security Adviser Mohib Following Verbal Attack

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty March 19, 2019 A senior U.S. diplomat has told Afghanistan’s president that U.S. officials will no longer deal with his national security adviser, Reuters news agency reports, citing four knowledgeable U.S. and Afghan sources. The report published on March 18 said the diplomat told Afghan President Ashraf Ghani that the UnitedRead More...

No one will be allowed to sabotage peace efforts

By Farhad Naibkhel KABUL: The Afghan political pundits on Monday said no one will be allowed to sabotage the ongoing peace push brokered by US administration, saying the spoilers have not hidden the fact that the interest of the country is not on their agenda
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No one will be allowed to sabotage peace efforts

By Farhad Naibkhel KABUL: The Afghan political pundits on Monday said no one will be allowed to sabotage the ongoing peace push brokered by US administration, saying the spoilers have not hidden the fact that the interest of the country is not on their agenda. They weighted behind current peace efforts, where recently the fifth …

TEFA concerned over weak management of electoral commissions

AT News Report KABUL: The Transparent Election Foundation of Afghanistan (TEFA) expresses concerns over weak management in the electoral commissions, saying that the presidential election would not be held timely if the commissions do not pay attention to it
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TEFA concerned over weak management of electoral commissions

AT News Report KABUL: The Transparent Election Foundation of Afghanistan (TEFA) expresses concerns over weak management in the electoral commissions, saying that the presidential election would not be held timely if the commissions do not pay attention to its administrative corruption. Mohammad Naim Ayoubzada head of TEFA on Monday called lack of good management in …

MoI probes female MP over slapping a police

AT News Report KABUL: The Ministry of Interior said Monday that a female member of parliament who slapped a police officer in Kabul, the capital city, would be probed seriously for her unlawful act thorough legal channels.  Kabul police spokesman, BasirM
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MoI probes female MP over slapping a police

AT News Report KABUL: The Ministry of Interior said Monday that a female member of parliament who slapped a police officer in Kabul, the capital city, would be probed seriously for her unlawful act thorough legal channels.  Kabul police spokesman, BasirMujahid said police stopped vehicle of ParwinDurrain to search in MassoudSqaure where she got anger …

Acting police chief of Baraki Barak district killed

1TV:  Acting police chief of Baraki Barak district in Afghanistan’s central Logar province was killed by a roadside bomb on Monday, officials said. Saber Khan was killed as he was on his way to inspect police checkpoints, said Shapoor Ahmadzai, a spoke
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Acting police chief of Baraki Barak district killed

1TV:  Acting police chief of Baraki Barak district in Afghanistan’s central Logar province was killed by a roadside bomb on Monday, officials said. Saber Khan was killed as he was on his way to inspect police checkpoints, said Shapoor Ahmadzai, a spokesman for provincial police. Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said that the attack was carried outRead More...

Journalists in Afghanistan – VOA Dari Report

Related Afghan National Journalists Day marked across Afghanistan Afghanistan celebrates first national day of journalists Parties Involved in Afghan Peace Should Uphold Freedom of Speech: Danish
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Journalists in Afghanistan – VOA Dari Report

Related Afghan National Journalists Day marked across Afghanistan Afghanistan celebrates first national day of journalists Parties Involved in Afghan Peace Should Uphold Freedom of Speech: Danish

Dozens Of Afghan Soldiers Killed By Taliban As Government Suffers Setbacks

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty March 17, 2019 Afghan officials on March 17 reported setbacks for government security forces in northwestern and northern parts of the country. In the northwestern province of Badghis, provincial council member Mohammad Naser N
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Dozens Of Afghan Soldiers Killed By Taliban As Government Suffers Setbacks

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty March 17, 2019 Afghan officials on March 17 reported setbacks for government security forces in northwestern and northern parts of the country. In the northwestern province of Badghis, provincial council member Mohammad Naser Nazari said about 100 Afghan soldiers fled their posts and tried to cross into neighboring Turkmenistan during aRead More...

Afghan refugee, hero of New Zealand attack

Related To stop the New Zealand gunman, Abdul Aziz needed a weapon. He picked up the first thing he found In Polarized Climate, Some US Muslims Feel Threatened UK government promoting hatred against Muslims: Analyst
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Afghan refugee, hero of New Zealand attack

Related To stop the New Zealand gunman, Abdul Aziz needed a weapon. He picked up the first thing he found In Polarized Climate, Some US Muslims Feel Threatened UK government promoting hatred against Muslims: Analyst

Afghanistan to sign six agreements with UAE

AT News Reports KABUL: The presidential palace says that six agreements would be signed with the United Arab Emirates duringPresident Mohammad Ashraf Ghani’s visit to the country. President Ghani flew Sunday to Abu Dhabi and is scheduled to talk to the Unit
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Afghanistan to sign six agreements with UAE

AT News Reports KABUL: The presidential palace says that six agreements would be signed with the United Arab Emirates duringPresident Mohammad Ashraf Ghani’s visit to the country. President Ghani flew Sunday to Abu Dhabi and is scheduled to talk to the United Arab Emirates’ leaders on different issues including the ongoing peace efforts. During Ghani’s …

Police besiege former Taliban official’s residence

AT News Report KABUL: Police on Sunday besieged the residence of a former Taliban official in Kabul. Mullah Abdul Salam Zaeef who served as Afghanistan ambassador to Pakistan during the Taliban government, said that his house was surrounded by police for seve
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Police besiege former Taliban official’s residence

AT News Report KABUL: Police on Sunday besieged the residence of a former Taliban official in Kabul. Mullah Abdul Salam Zaeef who served as Afghanistan ambassador to Pakistan during the Taliban government, said that his house was surrounded by police for several hours. Zaeef was in Qatar to attend the fifth round of negotiations between …

Daudzai terms regional role vital in peace process

AT News Report KABUL: UmerDaudzai, head of the High Peace Council’s secretariat, on his second day of visit to Tehran spoke at a roundtable held by the center for political and international studies of the Islamic Republic’s foreign ministry on Sunday, ad
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Daudzai terms regional role vital in peace process

AT News Report KABUL: UmerDaudzai, head of the High Peace Council’s secretariat, on his second day of visit to Tehran spoke at a roundtable held by the center for political and international studies of the Islamic Republic’s foreign ministry on Sunday, addressing the center about the recent developments and progresses on the Afghan peace process. …

Islamic State Claims Responsibility For Killing Afghan TV Journalist

By RFE/RL’s Radio Free Afghanistan March 17, 2019 KABUL — An affiliate of the Islamic State militant group has claimed responsibility for the killing on March 15 of an Afghan TV journalist in the eastern province of Khost. The group did not say i
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Islamic State Claims Responsibility For Killing Afghan TV Journalist

By RFE/RL’s Radio Free Afghanistan March 17, 2019 KABUL — An affiliate of the Islamic State militant group has claimed responsibility for the killing on March 15 of an Afghan TV journalist in the eastern province of Khost. The group did not say in its March 17 statement why it targeted Sultan Mahmoud Khirkhwa, aRead More...

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