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Pakistan should change self-defeating Afghan policy

 Terrorism has been changed into a global threat and warring factions seek to cultivate their fundamental ideology in the hearts and minds of vulnerable groups ... Full story

Afghans hail ISIS leader’s death, hope civilian casualties be reduced

 Last week, a drone strike led to the death of the ISIS key leader Abu Sayed in Afghanistan’s eastern province of Kunar, where a mass ... Full story

Proper strategic planning needed to prevent civilian casualties

 Terrorism has been a serious threat to Afghanistan for decades. Afghan nation bears the brunt of militancy with the Taliban’s heavy attacks. In the current ... Full story

Terrorism should be fought; either by arms or fund freeze

 With an overwhelming majority of votes, US House of Representatives has reportedly approved a conditional defense fund to Pakistan, where reports about the outspread of ... Full story

Democratic Afghanistan needs unbiased help

 In the course of less than two decades, Afghanistan political partners are rising voices of supporting the war-suffered nation in any areas – in term ... Full story

‘Time running out for Taliban’

 The Afghan government and Taliban peace process has been one of the most complicated issues within the past decade and the Taliban elements still seek ... Full story

Misuse of Afghan children in Pak seminaries concerning

 Thousands of Pakistan based Afghan children are reportedly being misused in the neighboring countries seminaries, where mostly join armed militants to insecure the country. In Pakistan, ... Full story

Peace remains a distant dream in Afghanistan

 In a country ravaged by four decades of war, peace is a precious desire. Here in Afghanistan, where an entire generation has know nothing but ... Full story

Govt. steadfast in reforms plan

 The government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan is resolved to bring reforms in all sections and the state related organizations, however army has witnessed ... Full story

Regional cooperation needed on Afghanistan’s water management

 Pakistan and Iran have always had historical claims over the water resources of Afghanistan. These claims have always been rejected by Afghanistan. The chaotic politics ... Full story

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