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President Ghani extends parliament tenure
Saturday, 06.20.2015, 01:14pm

Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has extended the tenure of Wolesi Jirga or the lower house of parliament, said a statement of the Presidential Palace released late on Friday.

 

Watchdog: U.S. may have spent taxpayer dollars on Afghanistan schools that didn’t exist
Thursday, 06.18.2015, 06:34am
Though stories of wasteful U.S. spending on rebuilding Afghanistan are common, the federal government always pointed to the work it’s done investing in education there.
Gen. Campbell greets Afghan people on the occasion of Ramazan
Thursday, 06.18.2015, 06:29am
The commander of the NATO-led Resolute Support (RS) Gen. John F Campbell extended the mission’s best wishes to the people of Afghanistan on the occasion of holy month of Ramadan, while reaffirming the alliance’s long term commitment to Afghanistan.
Summary of daily achievements of the Office of the President
Sunday, 06.07.2015, 10:48pm
President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani chaired the weekly meeting of National Procurement Commission. The commission saved Nine Million Dollars in seventeen contracts of the Ministry of Defense.io
Dozens Killed As Taliban Lay Siege To Afghan Police Compound
Monday, 05.25.2015, 09:57pm
Taliban fighters have killed 19 policemen and seven soldiers in a siege at a police compound in southern Afghanistan, the Associated Press reports
Pakistan issues stern warning to Afghan Taliban
Monday, 05.25.2015, 09:49pm
 In what appears to be a major policy shift, Pakistan is said to have delivered a ‘stern warning’ to the Afghan Taliban to immediately call off their ongoing spring offensive in Afghanistan or else face consequences.
Taliban Truck Bomber Wounds Over 70 in South Afghanistan
Monday, 05.25.2015, 08:53pm
More than 70 people were wounded Monday when a Taliban truck bomber detonated a tonne of explosives outside a government complex in southern Afghanistan, the latest in a series of attacks that have sent civilian casualties surging.
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