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Taliban Reject Involvement in Kabul Ministry Attack

Taliban group in a statement on Saturday evening rejected any involvement in the attack on communications ministry

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Twin Blasts Killed 3, Injured 20 in Nangarhar

Double explosions killed 3 people and wounded about 20 others on Saturday in the eastern Jalalabad city, according to local officials

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AIHRC Expresses Concerns over Children being Sexually Harassed at Schools

Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) described reports about sexual harassment of children at schools as a shocking issue, urging serious measures against it

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From Balkh to Herat; Floods Killed Dozens, Displaced Thousands

At least 27 were killed and 34 others injured as a result of heavy rain falls and flash floods in northern Faryab, Badghis, Balkh and western Herat provinces, local officials said on Saturday

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Over 25 pc of Afghan Citizens Faced Discrimination: AIHRC

A new study by the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) which is assessing the implementation of ‘International Convention on the Elimination of Discrimination’ in Afghanistan revealed that 25.4 percent of Afghans were discriminated

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Status of Mazar-e Sharif Critical/ People Asked to stay indoors: Noor

Ata M. Noor, former governor of northern Balk province shared an announcement on his Facebook page late Wednesday, stressing that the situation in Mazar-e Sharif city is not normal, asking the residents to stay indoors

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‘Sadat Ethnicity’ to be Inserted in e-NIC

Addressing the grand Sadat gathering at the presidential palace (Arg), president M. Ashraf Ghani said that on Wednesday he will issue a decree on the inclusion of Sadat ethnic group in new electronic national identity card (e-NIC)

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Heavy Rain and Flash Floods killed over 20 in Kandahar

At least 20 people died as heavy rains and flooding over the past few days swept away their homes in southern Kandahar province, a U.N. humanitarian agency said in a statement

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Afghan Civilian Deaths Up by 11 percent in 2018: UNAMA

More civilians were killed in the Afghan conflict last year than at any time since records have been kept, according to a United Nations report released today by the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) and the UN Human Rights Office

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Landmines Casualties Tripled since 2012: UNAMA

The UN Mine Action Service, shows that 1,415 Afghan civilians were killed or injured by mines and so-called explosive remnants of war (ERW) in 2018

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