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Even after being forced to leave home, Murtaza Ahmadi hasn't lost hope of meeting Messi
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Even after being forced to leave home, Murtaza Ahmadi hasn't l...

The family of the five-year-old Afghan boy Murtaza Ahmadi who received autographed shirts from his football hero, Lionel Messi, has been forced to leave Afghanistan after constant telephone threats, said Muraza's father. The family of Murtaza who ... Yourstory.in, 1 hour ago
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Security problems still hamper TAPI gas pipeline [Trend News Agency, Baku, Azerbaijan]

May 03--There is a genuine desire from all four countries involved in the TAPI (Turkmenistan- Afghanistan -- Pakistan -- India) pipeline project for the pipeline to be built, but the facts on the ground make its realization unlikely, Michael ...
 Bloomberg2 hours ago Afghanistan to take necessary measures during TAPI gas pipeline construction [Trend News Agency, Baku, Azerbaijan]  Bloomberg2 days ago

Messi shirt boy 'forced' to leave Afghanistan

The father of the five-year-old Afghan boy, who became an internet sensation after being photographed wearing a homemade Lionel Messi football shirt, says the family has been forced to leave Afghanistan due to repeated threats. Murtaza Ahmedi ...
 BBC3 hours ago VIDEO: Messi shirt boy 'forced' to leave Afghanistan  BBC2 hours ago

Agreement signed to manufacture, distribute PepsiCo beverages in Afghanistan

Lahore - PepsiCo, Inc (NYSE: PEP), one of the world's largest food and beverage companies, Monday signed an exclusive bottling agreement with Afghanistan Beverage Industries Ltd (ABI) to manufacture and distribute PepsiCo beverages in Afghanistan. ...
 The Nation Pakistan11 hours ago PepsiCo signs agreement with Afghanistan Industries to ...  The Nation Pakistan12 hours ago PepsiCo and Afghanistan Beverage Industries Sign Afghan Beverage Deal  Flare.pk22 hours ago PEPSICO : Afghanistan Beverage Industries sign Afghan Beverage Deal  4 Traders1 hour ago
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Pakistan opposes military solution to Afghan conflict

Pakistan on Tuesday opposed military option for the solution of the Afghan problem, saying this policy could not solve the issue over the past 14 years. Pakistan's top Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz's comments came days after Afghan ...
 China.org.cn2 hours ago No military solution to Afghan conflict: Pakistan  Greater Kashmir43 minutes ago No military solution to Afghanistan conflict: Pakistan  Times of India59 minutes ago XINHUA - Pakistan opposes military solution to Afghan conflict  Namibia Press Agency1 hour ago
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'Sighed with relief only after Osama Bin Laden's body reached Afghanistan' - Barack Obama in candid interview

Speaking candidly about the severity of the risks involved in the operation to take out 9/11 mastermind Osama bin Laden, United States President Barack Obama said that it was only after the terrorist's dead body landed on Afghan soil safely did the ...
 Zee News7 hours ago Sighed with relief only after Bin Laden's body reached Afghanistan: Obama  Yahoo! India9 hours ago
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The deception game, Afghanistan

Pakistani media reported that Taliban's delegation during visit to Islamabad hinted to resume the stalled peace talks if key Taliban prisoners held in Afghanistan and Pakistan, were released including Mullah Bradar Akhund. The three-member ...
 South Asia Monitor3 hours ago The deception game  South Asia Monitor2 hours ago Taliban Willing to Resume Peace Talks with Kabul: Report  Daily Outlook12 hours ago Editorial: The deception game  Afghanistan Times19 hours ago

Al-Qaeda returns to Afghanistan amid fears of new jihadist alliance with Isis and Taliban

Al-Qaeda is back in Afghanistan, joining Isis and the Taliban in waging jihad. The three most prominent Islamist terrorist groups in the world are now in one violent arena and drawing the West back into a bloody conflict it had sought to leave ...
 South Asia Monitor5 hours ago
Ani News

Afghan CEO assures support for 'press freedom'

May 3, 1:37 pm Kabul, May 3 ( ANI ): Asserting that Afghans have always fought for freedom of the press even when some people, parties and governments tried to silence their voices, CEO Abdullah Abdullah on Tuesday thanked the media for being ...
 Ani News5 hours ago
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Afghanistan taking Pakistan to UN: Would that be enough?

By Lt Gen P. C. Katoch Hekmat Khalil Karzai, Afghan Deputy foreign Minister, speaking to Indian media on the sidelines of the recent ministerial level meeting of the Heart of Asia-Istanbul Process in New Delhi said that Afghanistan is exploring ...
 South Asia Monitor5 hours ago #dnaEdit: India-Pakistan foreign secretaries' bilateral meet sidelines Kabul  DNA5 days ago India's Foreign Policy: The Foreign Hand  Open Magazine6 hours ago Indo-Pak dialogue: No breakthrough  HT Syndication10 hours ago
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