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Afghanistan would soon sign an agreement with the Central Asian states which will open new venues and routes for the land-locked country, the Ministry of Transport said on Saturday.


Obviously, corruption is not taking Afghanistan to anywhere; rather it is possibility to take it toward devastation.


KABUL: Happy International Day of the Girl to all girls around the world, especially to the Afghan girls across the country.


There would be another race in 2018 as the country will hold long-delayed parliamentary and district council elections, some three years after they were meant to take place. Previously, Independent Election Commission (IEC), announced date at a news conference in Kabul, terming the success of the polls depend on proper funding and security.


Another peace meeting, despite several others in the past, is going to be held in Moscow on October 11, where representatives from more than 50 countries and international organizations will attend the International Contact Group’s meeting to discuss the issues around the Afghan peace process and the peace talks with the Taliban.


Afghanistan has always remained supportive to the regional development and supported various development projects in the region.


World Teacher’s Day is celebrated annually on five October, and this year is no different as the world appreciates what teachers have done for us.


The long agony for Afghan women ended with the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001—a darkness area in the history of our country.


Pakistan for its ongoing duplicity in war on terror has been embraced regional and international isolation and passing through nervous and uncertain situations.


War and poverty have scattered Afghans across the globe like pieces of shrapnel. Millions of Afghans came of age in refugee camps in Pakistan and Iran, and engaged in labor work.


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