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Afghanistan closes its consulate in Pakistan's Peshawar over raids on Afghan market

Tolo News quoted Afghan Ambassador to Pakistan, Shukrullah Atif Mashal, as saying that Pakistani police have repeatedly attacked the Afghan market in Peshawar and taken down the Afghan national…

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Policeman killed, 4 others injured in bomb blast in southern Afghanistan

The bomb exploded near a police car in the Greshak district of Helmand province

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Burning love: Afghanistan Elvis's legacy endures, decades after death

Zahir -- the son of a former prime minister with a penchant for brandy and his red Mercedes -- rose to fame in an era when the capital hummed with Western tourists and women strolled through the…

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Afghanistan: Three policemen wounded in fight at police headquarters

The injured men were rushed to a hospital, Baghlan Health Director Abdul Halim said.

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Pakistan's foreign policy is violent, says Afghanistan National Security Advisor Hamdullah Mohib

Mohib said that Kabul still has to see any action by Islamabad on terror groups being hosted on its territory or territory under its control.

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'Join us in peace, or we will continue to fight': Afghanistan Government to Taliban at U.N.

The negotiations between the US and Taliban collapsed in September after several rounds of talks.

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We have the most votes in this election: Abdullah claims victory in Afghanistan election

'The results will be announced by the IEC (Independent Election Commission), but we have the most votes. The election is not going to go to a second round'

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Afghans vote in presidential election amid violence

The first-round vote marks the end of a bloody election campaign that is seen as a close race between President Ashraf Ghani and his rival Abdullah Abdullah.

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Afghanistan rocked by blasts during presidential election

The vote marks the end of the race between President Ashraf Ghani and his rival Abdullah Abdullah.

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Little hope for peace as Afghans prepare for weekend vote

With the Taliban threatening violence against anyone who participates and concern that the widespread fraud which blighted previous elections will resurface, analysts fear a low turnout will…

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Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani says he'll 'never accept division of power'

Ghani stressed that under the Afghan constitution, 'a single team will be in power.'

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4 terrorists killed in joint US-Afghan operation, several detained

During the operation, the troops seized and destroyed Taliban weapons and ammunition.

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At least 35 civilians killed by Afghan forces in southern Helmand province

The incident occurred on Sunday night when Afghan forces raided a house that the officials said was being used by the Taliban to train suicide bombers.

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Afghanistan's Taliban meets Chinese government in Beijing

The meeting comes after US President Donald Trump's eleventh-hour cancellation earlier this month of the negotiations between his country and the Taliban, which many had hoped would pave the way…

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Afghanistan: 1 child killed, 11 others wounded in blast

Interior Ministry`s spokesman Nusrat Rahimi has confirmed the attack and said that the Taliban was responsible for the blast, reported Tolo News

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