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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 Nov 10
KABUL - The Taliban on Friday said a possible peace accord in Afghanistan could not be fully implemented in the absence of an international guarantee from the UN, world’s powers, the Organization of Islamic Countries and other facilitating nations.
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Outlook Afghanistan Nov 10
The recent Moscow meeting and peace talks between US and Taliban sides with the presence of 11 countries’ representatives, including China, Iran and Pakistan, to settle the conflict in Afghanistan have triggered a sense...
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Outlook Afghanistan Nov 10
President Ghani and Vice president Sarwar Danish travelled to Daikondi and Bamyan provinces accompanied with a high ranking delegation on Friday and Saturday. They were warmly welcomed by the people in these...
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Outlook Afghanistan Nov 10
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Outlook Afghanistan Nov 6
KABUL - NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg paid an official visit to Kabul on Tuesday, accompanied by the Chairman of the Military Committee, Air Chief Marshal Sir Stuart Peach, and the Supreme Allied Commander Europe, General Curtis Scaparrotti.
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Outlook Afghanistan Nov 6
Historically the Kazak region had been an area populated by nomadic tribes. In the 18th century, the Russia Empire made advances into the region, controlling the whole of Kazakhstan by the middle of the 19th century.
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Outlook Afghanistan Nov 6
The parliamentary election in Afghanistan took place on 20th and 21st October 2018, with serious security concerns as just before the election, the Kandahar attack took place that took the life of Kandahar police...
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Outlook Afghanistan Nov 6
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Outlook Afghanistan Nov 5
As the prospects of peace and tranquility remain distant from Afghanistan, Afghan government seems confused as how to deal with the situation. Currently, it has only one slogan that it keeps on repeating...
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Outlook Afghanistan Nov 5
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Outlook Afghanistan Nov 4
Khas Uruzgan is one of the most vulnerable places where Hazara people are repeatedly suffering from imposed violence on them. The last catastrophe, which inflicted irreparable damages on the life of already deprived...
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Outlook Afghanistan Nov 4
KABUL - the battle in Urozgan as “ethnic war”, the government has dispatched the delegation to probe and ease the recent clashes in the province in which dozens of civilians have been reportedly killed and hundreds of families have been displaced.
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Outlook Afghanistan Nov 4
Human society is a changing phenomenon. The changes in it are inevitable and are bound to occur. Therefore, those who are really interested to achieve something positive from these changes have to understand the...
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Outlook Afghanistan Oct 31
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Outlook Afghanistan Oct 30
KABUL - The Foreign Ministry has revealed that Denmark will set aside 308 million kroner in aid to help support the police and defence forces in Afghanistan...
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Outlook Afghanistan Oct 30
Politically, 2019 will be an extraordinarily important year for the European Union. The United Kingdom is currently on track to leave the EU on March 29, 2019. And, following elections to the European Parliament in May . . .
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Outlook Afghanistan Oct 30
While the Independent Election Commission is effortlessly trying to process the National Parliament elections of Afghanistan, and has not announced its results yet, UNAMA has asked the IEC to develop an announce the Afghan Presidential elections...
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Outlook Afghanistan Oct 30
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Outlook Afghanistan Oct 29
KABUL - The Afghan government has renewed its opposition to the fencing of the Durand Line, arguing the Pakistan will affect civilians from both countries.
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Outlook Afghanistan Oct 29
According to Gallup, a US polling organization, people in Afghanistan are showing unprecedented levels of pessimism about the future of the war-ravaged country. The survey sought the opinions of Afghan Adults on quality...
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