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AT News Report KABUL: The United States says it supports only the biometric votes’ credibility in the Afghan presidential elections, said a senior US official in Kabul. Alice Wells, the US State Department Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs, said Wednesday that her country welcomes and supports the plan made by the Afghan independent …
AT News Report KABUL: The National Security Council (NSC) has said that National and International consensus have been accelerated regarding Afghan peace process that such efforts would play an important role in the peace quest. According to the NSC’s spokesman, Kabir Haqmal, the National Security Advisor, Hamdullah Mohib in a meeting with the Australian Deputy …
AT News Report KABUL: A new agreement for a Project for the Improvement of the Quality and the Promotion of the Accelerated Non-Formal Education Programme (ANEP) through effective alternative delivery approaches was signed at the Embassy of Japan in Kabul between the Government of Japan and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
AT News Report KABUL: Seven members of the Air Force were killed after their chopper crashed in northern Afghanistan on Tuesday afternoon, officials said. The chopper crashed after suffering technical problems in Hairatan area of the northern Balkh province on Tuesday afternoon around 5:30 pm local time. The chopper which took off from Shaheen Corps …
AT News Report KABUL: A number of presidential contenders blame President Ashraf Ghani for what they say “referring the non-biometric votes” to the Supreme Court for legitimization. Ghani’s rivals in the September 28 presidential contest, said on Tuesday that Ghani’s team had monopolized all activities, warning of complaining to the United Nations over the condition. …
AT News Report KABUL: In a ceremony on Tuesday in Kabul, the Indian officials donated two Mi-35 helicopters to the Afghan Ministry of Defense (MoD), following Dehli’s bilateral cooperation with the Kabul administration. According to the MoD, the Indian ambassador in Kabul, Vinay Kumar and Defense Minister Asadullah Khalid and other senior military officials participated …
AT News Report KABUL: NATO’s Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg has underlined the need for firm and credible guarantees for any future peace deal in Afghanistan after escalation of violence by Taliban group. He said this while delivering speech at the NATO Parliamentary Assembly Plenary Session in London, where assured that NATO would remain committed …

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