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Mending relations

EDITORIAL: Recently a high-ranking Pakistan delegation has visited Afghanistan, aimed at easing tensions between the two neighbors. At the status-quo relations between the two nations is in the lowest point. It is almost in its brink of collapse. The Afghan ...

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Afghanistan trapped between ISIS and Taliban

EDITORIAL: Does Afghanistan really trapped between two atrocities—first, the Taliban insurgents, who freshly killed over 140 Afghan soldiers, and, second the Islamic State (IS), aka Daesh militants, who recently killed, and wounded over 100 people in 400-bed military hospital in ...

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Largest bomb tested in Afghanistan

EDITORIAL: The United States military dropped Thursday the largest “non-nuclear” bomb apparently targeting the hideouts of the Daesh terrorist group in the eastern Nangarhar province, according to both US and Afghan officials. The 10-ton ‘Mother of All Bombs’ was dropped ...

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