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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.


Indisputably, it is not one night affair to turn Afghanistan into a stable state after four decades of war and devastation. It is not easy task, we have long road to recovery.


Human rights violation continues unabated in contemporary era. People’s rights and dignity are humiliated. They are still judged on the grounds of their color. People of color still suffer from discrimination and bias.


Tuberculosis (TB) and HIV is a deadly disease, but at some stage curable. TB and HIV co-infection is when people have both, and also either latent or active TB disease.


After the demise of Islamic State (IS) in Syria and Iraq—a terrorist group that in Afghanistan is more famous as Daesh militants, there is question on everyone’s mind that when this terrorist is completely demolishing from the surface of this planet.


Most of the Afghan masses often woke up to the news of violence against women, giving an inauspicious start of the week for the women and girls as even some reports of violence go unreported—a very irritating trend that has to be ended as soon as possible.


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