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One Belt, One Road project, a megaproject, initiated by China, has become more popular among the world economic powers, making hot topics of the regional and international media. 

 

 

Nowadays good and encouraging economic and infrastructural news have once again made blue the foggy atmosphere of the country’s sky.

 

In continuation of signing economic agreements among Afghanistan and regional countries, this time, Afghanistan signed about twenty agreements with Uzbekistan government following signing of Lapis Lazuli Road Agreement among Afghanistan

 

A wide range of anger has observed against the heart-wrenching, and homicidal incident of killing 10-members of a family on Friday night in Khiarkhana area of Kabul’s Police District 15th at the hands of illegal armed men.

 

Joining of Afghanistan to SCO could provide good opportunities to this country in different fields and has important dimensions, because SCO members could cooperate Afghanistan in war on terror and economic rebuilding.

 

The government of Afghanistan welcomes the official inauguration of expansion of Chabahar port and regards very important the same for the import and export of Afghanistan.

 

Without doubt, children in Afghanistan make it to school in the first place, if they do, many do not remain out of schools.

 

The country’s local media, the other day reported that a senior al-Qaeda leader, along with up to 80 members were killed during a joint counterinsurgents operation in the country’s east and southern provinces.

 

Distressed by violence sweeping parts of northern Afghanistan, Dr. Najib Paikan mounted the stairs of his mosque one recent day, and stepped up to the pulpit to provide his personal view of what is needed to “win the peace.” He called on his friends and colleagues to “wake up” and engage in a more sincere way in a peace process.

 

The responsibility of Ministry of Interior’s Border Police command was officially handed over to Ministry of National Defense the other day.

 


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