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Together with the Ministry of Public Heath, and UNICE, Afghanistan would successfully complete the nationwide polio ammonization campaign in all districts of Afghanistan.


The notorious Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), known as Daesh terrorist group is on decline in Middle East, and Afghanistan, but its influence in Pakistan has been rising day to day. The secret, and terrorist activities of ISIS has been reported in the Punjab, Sindh, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Baluchistan provinces, including the FATA, and even the capital, Islamabad. On September 24, the Express Tribune and other newspapers reported the Islamic State flags were waving in Islamabad that read “Khilafat is coming.” 


After 16 years of war, it is clear that peace would not be restored in Afghanistan by the continuing resort to military forces.


If one is intent on committing suicide, there are few practical matters that need to be considered before taking this deadly step as there will be no time to be regretted.


Why Pakistan has been supporting the Taliban and other terrorist outfits amid at continuing perpetuate the very long war which has gripped Afghanistan since 2001. It has been years that Pakistan has a difficult and strained relationship with us. 


Afghanistan is considered to be part of Central Asia due to its geography, shared culture, history and traditions but it is now a member of the South Asia Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC).


Nancy Hatch Dupree, an archeologist, historian, expert in Afghanistan’s ancient and historic relics and the most important, a very good, loyal and honest friend for the people of Afghanistan passed away on September 10 in Kabul at the age of 90.


Harassment covers a wide range of behaviors of an offensive nature. It is commonly understood as behavior that disturbs or upsets, and it is characteristically repetitive. In the legal sense, it is behavior that appears to be distributing or threatening.


16 years have passed from the 9/11 incident, but the al-Qaeda terrorist network has yet to be eliminated rather it is back as the terrorists in their latest Kabul bombing, killed and wounded more than 600 people.


Growing insecurity and unemployment have laying down mix consequences among the Afghan youth as brain drain still on the card.


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