AFGHANISTAN
23 April 2017

 

 

Two employees of Afghanistan's anti-corruption court were killed in capital Kabul on Monday morning.

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Two Afghan nationals have been arrested by Greek police over allegations of forcing women into prostitution, it has been reported.

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An insurgent aiming to attack counter-narcotics campaigners was killed after his explosive-packed car exploded eastern Afghanistan on Monday, officials said.

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Pakistan has said that the participation of the United States is a must in a dialogue on Afghanistan initiated by Moscow, citing U.S. as the "biggest stakeholder" in the country.

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A senior Afghan official has said that the government will push regional countries including Russia to press the Taliban for peace, it has been reported.

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The total trade volume between Afghanistan and Kazakhstan stands at 437 million dollars annually, Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industries said Saturday.

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An American soldier was killed during operations against Islamic State militant group in eastern Afghanistan late Saturday, U.S. military said.

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Afghanistan, Pakistan and the United Kingdom during a trilateral meeting in London last month agreed that a third party should oversee the two Asian neighbours' actions against exchanged lists of militants, Kabul said Saturday.

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German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday defended her country's deportations of rejected Afghan asylum seekers, saying other European countries were also doing the same.

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At least 24 militants were killed when they were targeted by pilotless aircraft in Afghanistan's northern Kunduz province on Friday, officials said.

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