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There has been fighting for more than three decades in Afghanistan with leaving huge numbers of Afghan masses killed and wounded.

 

The multiple terror attacks that killed at least 200 people in Afghanistan last week has set alarm bells ringing in Kabul.

 

There seems to be no end to violence and mayhem in Afghanistan. The security forces suffered third attack during this week on Wednesday when an explosives laden truck targeted an Afghan army base in Kandahar on Wednesday.

 

Afghanistan has one of the lowest literacy rates in the world because literacy program has been failed as at least 60 percent of Afghan masses are illiterate. Afghan male and female both have been marred from going to school at some stages.

 

What is a Loya Jirga? It’s ‘grand assembly’, an Afghan tradition dating back at least three centuries, that brings together elders and community leaders from across the country to discuss matters of major national importance.

 

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

 

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.

 


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