AFGHANISTAN
19 September 2017

 

 

Afghan unity government leaders are at odds over whether election officials could be removed as part of electoral reform.

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Afghanistan is in danger of turning into sanctuary for extremists including from Islamic State group once again as international troops withdraw, a former senior CIA official has warned.

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At least four people were injured when a roadside bomb targeting police vehicle went off in Jalalabad, capital city of eastern Nangarhar province on Wednesday morning, officials said.

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Afghan forces are preparing to fight another fighting season, this time with no single international troop on the ground and as terror groups are seeing more opportunity here.

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At least one person was killed in a blast apparently targeting a female provincial council member in eastern Nangarhar province on Tuesday.

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Taliban suicide bombers attacked police headquarters in northern Kunduz province early Tuesday, leaving at least six dead, officials said.

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New Afghan government currently has eight working ministers but its advisors have outnumbered those by as much as eight fold.

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Election observers on Sunday urged electoral reform commission to be formed without further delay.

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Afghan President Ashraf Ghani hoped international community remains engaged in Afghanistan’s progress as he addressed world leaders at Munich Security Conference in Germany on Sunday.

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Oil prices are down almost 50 per cent for weeks, but the benefits have not been passed to passengers in terms of lower fares.

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