AFGHANISTAN
19 August 2017

 

 

The figure of loss caused by corruption in the Afghan security sector is shocking, Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah said Thursday.

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More than 50 varieties of grape were showcased at an annual festival in Afghanistan's western Herat province on Thursday.

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Afghan Taliban leader Akhtar Mansour had feared Pakistan before he was killed in a drone strike in Pakistan last year, a new report suggests.

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The Indian government will start exporting through the Iranian port of Chabahar in two weeks, Iranian media reported this week.

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Afghanistan's attorney-general has cleared former minister for telecommunications and information technology of suspicions of corruption.

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At lest three military stuff wounded in a magnetic mine explosion in Kabul police district one; police told 1TV

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The United States is actively considering a plan to hand over of a big chunk of its war in Afghanistan to private contractors, a former American military services contactor has said.

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A group of four women were targeted by armed men near Bagram military base, Parwan province, north of Kabul on Wednesday, police confirmed.

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Afghan army on Wednesday said that it launched an operation to retake Mizaolang area in north of the country, which witnessed worst massacre from militants.

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Mirzawlang civilians who have been in Taliban and ISIS captive for four days, are released on Tuesday late afternoon, Sar-e-pul officials said.

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