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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 Sep 15
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Outlook Afghanistan Sep 11
Xi Jinping, President of the People’s Republic of China, once delivered a keynote speech at UNESCO headquarters, which on the subject of “Civilizations are colorful because of communication, civilizations are profound...
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Outlook Afghanistan Sep 11
Education is one of the core targets of the terrorist groups; they attack indiscriminately education everywhere e.g book Haram in Nigeria, ISIS in Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan and Pakistan, Al-Qaeda in different...
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Outlook Afghanistan Sep 10
Eleven September 2001, is one of the most important days in the history of the United Sates that has a tremendous impact on Afghanistan...
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Outlook Afghanistan Sep 10
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Outlook Afghanistan Sep 5
Environmental pollution is one of the human made phenomena that has existed for centuries but only started to be significant following the industrial revolution in 19th century. When the natural environment cannot ...
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Outlook Afghanistan Sep 4
ISLAMABAD - The founder of Afghanistan's much-feared Haqqani network, a former U.S. ally turned fierce enemy, has died after years of ill health, a Taliban spokesman said Tuesday. Jalaluddin Haqqani was 72.
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Outlook Afghanistan Sep 4
PRELUDE: As the withdrawal of international coalition forces led by United States of America in Afghanistan in 2014 is set firm, western, regional and local political and regional strategists and planners have been...
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Outlook Afghanistan Sep 4
Transportation is certainly an indispensable catalyst for activating and stimulating the speed of economic, social, political and strategic development in any society. Therefore, effective and efficient...
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Outlook Afghanistan Sep 4
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Outlook Afghanistan Sep 3
KABUL - The New Commander of the NATO-led Resolute Support Mission and the U.S. forces in Afghanistan Gen. Scott Miller has vowed all-out support to the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces.
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Outlook Afghanistan Sep 3
A political system is established within a state so as to safeguard the rights of its people and solve the socio-political issues that may hamper the better life opportunities. If a system fulfills the challenges...
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Outlook Afghanistan Sep 3
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Outlook Afghanistan Aug 31
Last forty-five years of war in Afghanistan have had numerous negative implications on the people of this country, affecting all strata of Afghan society and substantially damaging human capital at all demographic levels,...
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Outlook Afghanistan Aug 31
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Outlook Afghanistan Aug 29
KABUL - The United Nations Security Council has called for the Taliban to reciprocate without delay President Ashraf Ghani’s offer of a ceasefire.
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Outlook Afghanistan Aug 28
Every year on August 29, the world celebrates the International day against nuclear tests, approved by the UN General Assembly resolution on December 2, 2009. A draft resolution on this issue has been proposed by Kazakhstan. 26 States co-sponsored...
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Outlook Afghanistan Aug 28
Kabul – The UN Migration Agency (IOM) has co-organized a second regional forum bringing together non-governmental organizations (NGOs) from Afghanistan, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan to...
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