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President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Mohammad Ashraf Ghani in a gathering underlined the need for countrywide education, through a precise survey to determine the exact number of teachers, their ages and their qualifications.


Afghanistan has been fighting war, violence and insecurity for many years, and nowadays there are numerous incidents of war, suicide, explosion, murder and destruction in the corners of the country. The families that are affected by wars and accidents in recent years their situations are more anxious.


A large number of Afghans have left their country for foreign countries in particular EU member countries in recent years.


Afghanistan-Pakistan Joint Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PAJCCI) has said that, the recent move by the business leaders to include Afghanistan-Pakistan transit trade in the Chinese economic corridor, would help traders access to Central Asian markets.


Officials for Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS) have informed that the company would create a committee from seven relevant government organs to collect electricity bill from those owed the company.


ISIS should have been eliminated in Afghanistan. That’s what Americans will tell you, anyway.


38 years ago, on 6th of Jadi 1358 (27 Dec. 1979), the Red Army of the Former Soviet Union, overthrew the then president of Afghanistan Hafizullah Amin by sending more than 100 thousands of soldiers to Afghanistan, exposing the black page of aggression and hegemony in contemporary history of the country.


Rejecting the claims of Russian special envoy for Afghanistan Zamirkablov, the Afghan MoD said that the number of IS fighters has decreased in this country and this group cannot be serious threat against security and stability of Afghanistan and the central Asian countries.


The principal objective of the international community in Afghanistan since the 9-11 attacks has been –and appropriately continues to be — to ensure that the country does not become a haven for terrorist and extremist groupings.


After increasing tension between Afghanistan and Pakistan, a delegation from Pakistan parliament is once again in Kabul to improve bilateral relations between the two countries. The delegation has met Afghan government officials and members of Afghanistan national assembly. The visit of the Pakistani delegation is aimed at efforts towards maintaining security and peace, improvement of relations between the two countries, increasing of cooperation in counter terrorism and expansion of economic relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan.


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