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Afghanistan is one of the most heavily mined countries in the globe. Landmines pose an ever-present danger to civilians. The use of mines was a daily practice during civil war, but recently Taliban and other militant outfits are also using this weapon as their key element to target security forces.   
 
After collapse of the Taliban regime in 2001, Afghanistan has gained numerous achievements in every front, and one of it was freedom of expression. The country has never before had more news outlets comparing today as there are hundreds print media, tens of television stations, hundreds of radio stations and some news agencies. The sole reason behind their creation is to put lend behind depress voices of Afghans masses who have been passed three decades of war that still bearing the brunt of casualties. Media in Afghanistan has grown ra
 
Afghanistan, the war hit-country is almost producing the highest percentage of the world’s illicit opium, through which billions of dollars are circulating inside the country and in abroad.  
 
School student are pursing education in open air which of course it is a great threat to their health, and also they can’t learn anything as they are in an improper environment.
 

A bomb blast hit a Russian metro station in the Saint Petersburg city. The incident that was reported to have been carried out by a national of the Central Asia linked to the extremist groups was called a ‘terrorist attack’. The Monday attack left 11 civilians killed, while dozens more were injured.

 
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull met with Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani in Canberra on Tuesday and Defence Minister Marise Payne is holding talks with him in the afternoon.  
 

Festering wounds on both sides of the 2,640-km-long Durand Line, demarcating the contentious border between Afghanistan and Pakistan, have flared up again. AfPak relationships have hit a new low in recent times with each side accusing the other of insincerity in fighting terrorism.

 

Attracting foreign investments is very important to push Afghanistan toward development and bolstering up the fragile economy situation.  Encouraging and facilitating investors to invest in the war-hit country has to be a top priority of the National Unity Government, aimed at elevating economy.

 

Fifteen years and counting.  America’s longest war keeps getting longer.  The very duration of the expedition, with an end no more in sight now than it had been at any of several points one could have chosen over the last several years, ought to indicate the need for a fundamental redirection of policy. 

Fifteen years and counting.  America’s longest war keeps getting longer.  The very duration of the expedition, with an end no more in sight now than it had been at any of several points one could have chosen over the last several years, ought to indicate the need for a fundamental redirection of policy. 

 

By Alias Wardak-Electricity accounts for 18 percent of the total world energy demand with a growing rate of 2.7 percent per year. The International Energy Agency (IEA) views electricity security as “vital to well-functioning of modern economies” since all sectors depend on reliable and efficient electricity systems. Thus, electricity security is essential for a sustainable and socially responsible economic growth and should be one of the top strategic priorities of a country.

 


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