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Afghanistan reform progress promising, as IMF commends

 Reports said that Afghanistan, after being judged by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to have made satisfactory progress on its reforms plan, is set to receive a further amount of up to €6m from the UN special agency. The country, as Public Finance International reported in its website, has a ...

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Taliban behind emergence of more terrorist groups

 President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, while inaugurating the first joint session of the parliament’s seventh year and 16th legal term, said Taliban was behind emergence of all terrorist groups in the country. After the lawmakers’ return from 45 days winter recess, the house was inaugurated ...

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Frustrated with neighbor, Afghanistan to airlift stranded Afghans

 After long wait and disappointing border closure, the country’s ambassador to Islamabad has asked government to shift Afghans stranded in Pakistan back to the country, after deadly terrorist attacks took lives of tens of Pakistani citizens last month. Expressing grave displeasure over what he said a disappointing speedy reopening of ...

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NSF heavy blow to Taliban’s militancy

 The Afghan Defense and National Security Forces (ANDSF) have established an iron obstacle before terror, defend their people dignity, honor and homeland with sacrifice of their body and are involved serving the people day and night in summer and winter in remote areas of their beloved homeland. The believe and ...

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Afghanistan assures not to change into battlefield

 Since the last more than three decades of destructive wars in Afghanistan, the ministry of national defense for the first time observed Hoot 9 coinciding Feb 27 to appreciate the efforts of the country’s security forces. Nascent, but highly experienced and proud of defending national sovereignty and the country’s territorial ...

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Migration issue should be apolitical

 Migrant issue has still remained as unsettled problem, as Pakistan security officials turning another page of violence against Afghan refugees, after deadly terrorist incidents claimed live of more than one hundred and hurt dozens in a Pakistani shrine. Security officials in the neighboring country, with no evidence detained a number ...

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Now time to take joint urgent action against common threat

During his stay to Ankara, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said his country was in favor of peace and stability in Afghanistan and a “well-wisher” of the war-suffered nation. Sharif, before completing his three-day trip in the Turkey capital, said that Pakistan has always desired Afghanistan peace and stability ...

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ANDSF duty-bound to protect national sovereignty

 On January 1, 2015, the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) took over full security responsibility in Afghanistan, after the United States and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) ended the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) mission. The ANDSF are highly respected by the majority of Afghans. The multiethnic ...

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ANdSF duty-bound to protect national sovereignty

On January 1, 2015, the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) took over full security responsibility in Afghanistan, after the United States and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) ended the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) mission. The ANDSF are highly respected by the majority of Afghans. The multiethnic ...

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Success in war on terror impossible unless both neighbors joint plan

Pakistan Chief of Army Staff Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa has reportedly said that both countries would fight terrorism together. According to a statement issued by Inter-Services Public Relations, terrorism had been called as common enemy of the two countries, with Pakistan army chief assuring to joint launch war against. However, ...

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