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Time for Pakistan to walk the talk on Afghanistan / Ashraf Jehangir Qazi
9 Mar 2017 10:09

Time for Pakistan to walk the talk on Afghanistan / Ashraf Jehangir Qazi

If there is no peace and stability in Afghanistan, there will be no peace and stability in Pakistan. Afghanistan has suffered from external interference and intervention of one kind or another throughout its history. It continues to be challenged by repeated interference today.

US stay in Afghanistan  part of bigger plot: Analyst
27 May 2014 12:42

US stay in Afghanistan part of bigger plot: Analyst

The US reluctance to withdraw its forces from Afghanistan is part of a scheme to expand its hegemony across the Middle East in an attempt to protect Israel’s interests, a former American official tells Press TV.

Malala: Puppet for US Imperialism
19 May 2014 15:20

Malala: Puppet for US Imperialism

An advertisement agency is in trouble for using a gory image of Malala Yousafzai in an advertisement. It depicts Yousafzai being shot, recovering, and then "bouncing back" to international prominence and receiving an award. People are naturally offended, with the company behind the advertisement, Ogilvy ...

6 Mar 2014 16:36

An Overview Of The Afghan Economy

As troops drawn down in Afghanistan and foreign aid money dries up, there are fears this will have a huge knock on effect for the Afghan economy. However, one economist believes that’s just not so. American Rod Monger says people should not be predicting doom and gloom.

15 Feb 2014 17:56

Can Afghanistan’s Economy Stand on Its Own?

Despite the ravages of war, the country is blessed with some significant advantages

Afghanistan’s Worsening, and Baffling, Hunger Crisis / Daniel Berehulak
5 Jan 2014 22:56

Afghanistan’s Worsening, and Baffling, Hunger Crisis / Daniel Berehulak

LASHKAR GAH, Afghanistan — In the Bost Hospital here, a teenage mother named Bibi Sherina sits on a bed in the severe acute malnutrition ward with her two children. Ahmed, at just 3 months old, looks bigger than his emaciated brother Mohammad, who is a year and a half and weighs 10 pounds.

US seeks permanent presence in Afghanistan / Prof. M. I. Bhat
26 Dec 2013 19:40

US seeks permanent presence in Afghanistan / Prof. M. I. Bhat

A man torn apart by managing his family affairs asked his friend, “How do you manage such a peaceful life?” “Simple,” replied the friend. “By delegating power and an agreement not to interfere in each other’s responsibilities.”

‘Mossad, Bush planned, executed 9-11’ / Gordon Duff
25 Dec 2013 21:37

‘Mossad, Bush planned, executed 9-11’ / Gordon Duff

The story was simple, two American congressional representatives were allowed to read the Congressional 9/11 Investigation Report, this time including the areas President Bush had ordered removed. Both congressmen clearly state that the redacted pages of the report place full responsibility for the ...

Domestic violence on the rise in Afghanistan / Ali M Latifi
25 Dec 2013 20:43

Domestic violence on the rise in Afghanistan / Ali M Latifi

Drug abuse, unemployment and impunity contribute to abuse against Afghan women.

Afghan drug addict  desires rehabilitation, recovery
22 Dec 2013 18:08

Afghan drug addict desires rehabilitation, recovery

\"Everyone hates us. We have been rejected by nears and dears. No one in the family likes to talk with us and we have been isolated from society,\" a drug addict said.

The democratic occupation of Afghanistan
27 Nov 2013 16:09

The democratic occupation of Afghanistan

Afghanistan, and to some extent parts of Pakistan, has served as the battle space on the \\\"global war on terror\\\" since 2001.

Afghan refugees live in a state of limbo
20 Nov 2013 16:09

Afghan refugees live in a state of limbo

Hundreds of Afghans who were hoping for permanent refugee status in Europe, Australia, Iran and Pakistan have been forcibly repatriated.

Nearly 1 million Afghans suffer  from drug addiction
10 Nov 2013 19:26

Nearly 1 million Afghans suffer from drug addiction

KABUL, Nov. 9 - Nearly 1 million Afghans have been suffering from drug addiction, according to a report issued here on Saturday.

Taliban: We will boycott elections until US leaves Afghanistan
29 Oct 2013 17:25

Taliban: We will boycott elections until US leaves Afghanistan

QUETTA, Pakistan - Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Omar issued a fresh appeal to his supporters Friday to turn public opinion against the next year’s presidential elections - another headache for the country as it prepares for the withdrawal of U.S.-led NATO forces.

Feature: In Kabul, orphaned children are forced to support their families
28 Oct 2013 19:26

Feature: In Kabul, orphaned children are forced to support their families

KABUL, Oct. 24 -- It may not be true in urban cities in other parts of the world for children to work in order to support their families, but in this capital city, it is not unusual.

Afghan Families Want Accountability, Not Apologies
23 Oct 2013 18:32

Afghan Families Want Accountability, Not Apologies

“Over the past years the Americans have killed many innocent people, also children and women,” said Agha. “They just say ‘we apologize’. It’s time for them to be accountable for their wrong actions.”

Karzai To Move Up After Stepping Down / Frud Bezhan
15 Oct 2013 17:54

Karzai To Move Up After Stepping Down / Frud Bezhan

When President Hamid Karzai leaves office next year, he will receive a lavish parting gift.

Battle for Political Power Underway in Afghanistan / Sharon Behn
30 Sep 2013 19:59

Battle for Political Power Underway in Afghanistan / Sharon Behn

Elections for a new president to replace Hamid Karzai in Afghanistan are six months away and the battle for power in the country is heating up. Regional analysts say that powerful political alliances are beginning to form, and the result of the vote will determine whether Afghanistan moves forward or ...

18 Sep 2013 20:12

Interview: Afghanistan welcomes China\'s role in peace process

The government of Afghanistan will welcome any role that China plays in speeding up the ongoing peace process and achieving national reconciliation in the country

10 Sep 2013 19:44

Land disputes add to Afghanistan’s security woes

KUNDUZ, 10 September 2013 - Fifty years ago, Dost Mohammad\\\'s grandfather had 1,000 sheep grazing on the family\\\'s plot of land on the outskirts of Kunduz City, Afghanistan. The family\\\'s livestock numbers have since decreased significantly, but ...

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