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Dispute Over Helmand: Problems Beyond the Equitable Apportionment

By: Nazeem Samoon Due to global population growth and economic development, demand for fresh water and its consumption is steadily increasing. In early 20th century, world...

I am an Afghan Female Film Maker, But We Need More

It’s a combination of increasing media coverage of Afghan women, negative conversations about Afghan women on social media platforms, March being women’s history month,...

‘Let Them Eat Cake’, Suggests Cheryl Benard to the Afghan Feminists

The US decision to strike a peace deal with the Taliban in the absence of the Afghan government has raised concerns at home and...

U.S. to Impose Visa Restrictions Over ICC Actions: Pompeo

WASHINGTON  - The United States will impose visa restrictions on people responsible for any International Criminal Court probe, a move aimed at preventing actions...

Afghan NSA Was Never ‘Summoned’ by the US State Department

KABUL - American journalist that attended the talk with Afghan National Security Advisor Hamdullah Mohib on Thursday morning in Washington D.C. said Mohib was...

Afghanistan’s vulnerability in India-Pakistan’s escalated Skirmish

India and Pakistan have been rivals for decades, but is it plausible for Afghanistan be influenced by mounting tensions between the two nations? Well,...

Defense Minister Khalid: Civilian Casualties are Unacceptable

KABUL : The Ministry of Defense said on Tuesday it had received "mixed reports" that nine civilians were killed in Ghazni province airstrike. Defense...

Afghan Ambassador to U.S. Meets the Bushes in Texas

KABUL:  Afghan Ambassador to the United States Roya Rahmani met with former President George W. Bush and former First Lady Laura Bush in Dallas,...

Afghan Government Welcomes Progress on Peace Talks

KABUL: The Taliban and the United States have reached an agreement over two points after 16 days of marathon negotiations in Doha, Qatar. Taliban agreed to cut...

U.S.-Taliban “Achieved Progress’ in Doha Without Peace Deal

KABUL - The Taliban and the United States have reached an agreement over two points after 16 days of marathon negotiations in Doha, Qatar. Taliban agreed...

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