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Outlook Afghanistan
The Daily Outlook Afghanistan is an independent English newspaper being published in Kabul.
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Outlook Afghanistan Apr 3
Achievements in life are difficult to attain. In order to make achievements in life, it is necessary for an individual to have the urge and the iron will. Without having ...
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Outlook Afghanistan Apr 3
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Outlook Afghanistan Apr 1
KABUL - On a multination trip to facilitate intra-Afghan peace talks, US special representative for Afghanistan reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad on Monday arrived in Afghan capital Kabul and met Afghan officials.
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Outlook Afghanistan Apr 1
At the international level, in September 2018, appointment of the United States former ambassador to Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, as special advisor on Afghanistan to lead ..
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Outlook Afghanistan Apr 1
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Outlook Afghanistan Mar 30
Notwithstanding the growing hope for peace and stability, Afghans have suffered severely within the past years as the Taliban guerilla fighters intensified their attacks following
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Outlook Afghanistan Mar 30
As direct talks between the United States and the Taliban are in the process, ensuring national ownership has gained a central role in the country and international circles
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Outlook Afghanistan Mar 30
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Outlook Afghanistan Mar 29
The US envoy says assurances should be taken from the Taliban that they will implement their commitments.
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Outlook Afghanistan Mar 29
Few days ago, Federica Maria Mogherini, the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, came to Kabul and met with President Mohammed Ashraf Ghani and Chief Executive...
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Outlook Afghanistan Mar 29
On March 28th, I, accompanying H.E. President Ghani, attended the launching ceremony of a pine nut processing factory in Kabul Industrial Park. The pine nuts, pine nut processing factory and pine nut chartered cargos...
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Outlook Afghanistan Mar 27
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Outlook Afghanistan Mar 26
The philosophies of enacting laws are to ensure justice, orders and protect the rights of citizens in a country. It is the rule of law that draws a distinction between human societies and wildlife, and provides a safe...
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Outlook Afghanistan Mar 25
KABUL - US deputy ambassador to Afghanistan Karen Decker briefed second-vice president Sarwar Danesh about the latest round of peace negotiations between her country and Taliban representatives in Qatar.
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Outlook Afghanistan Mar 25
Afghan women have largely been excluded from political decision making in the course of the history. Thus, women were largely excluded from the Bonn process. Since then, they have made significant gains in rights...
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Outlook Afghanistan Mar 23
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Outlook Afghanistan Mar 22
In August 1941, even before the United States had entered World War II, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and US President Franklin D. Roosevelt met secretly off the coast . . .
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Outlook Afghanistan Mar 22
The 1398 solar year has been named as the year of Peace, Democracy and Development by President Ghani.
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Outlook Afghanistan Mar 22
KABUL - The United Nations family extends warm regards to all Afghans on Nowruz as the country marks the beginning of spring and a new year.
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Outlook Afghanistan Mar 22
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