AFGHANISTAN
22 October 2017

 

 

Head of a private company and two engineers were arrested Wednesday over poor quality work on a bridge in Afghanistan's eastern Jalalabad city.

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A top U.S. military official has accused Pakistan's spy agency Inter-Service Intelligence of having links to terrorist groups.

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For the first in 16 years of war in Afghanistan, all six Afghan military corps are now on the offensive, the U.S. defense chief said Tuesday.

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An explosion went off in police headquarter of Afghanistan's northern Faryab province on Wednesday.

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The United States said on Tuesday it will soon decide whether to keep open the Taliban office in Qatar.

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As many as 5,398 posts remain vacant under unity government in Afghanistan, the Independent Administrative Reform and Civil Service Commission said Tuesday.

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Abdul Latif Pedram, the leader of National Congress Party of Afghanistan, on Tuesday said that the new strategy announced by the United States will not make the country stable.

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Inaugurating Afghan Medical Council, President Ashraf Ghani on Tuesday said that selling poor quality drugs in the country can't be tolerated anymore.

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Denmark said on Monday it will send an additional 55 soldiers to Afghanistan to boost security efforts.

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Reduction in gas prices has delayed the implementation of pipeline project involving Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India.

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