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Iran, Afghanistan discuss expansion of bilateral ties
Islamic Republic News Agency

Iran, Afghanistan discuss expansion of bilateral ties

Kabul, Sept 4, IRNA - Iranian Minister of Interior Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli in separate meetings with Afghan Minister of Interior Noor-ul Haq Ulumi, Refugees and Repatriation Minister, and Chief Executive reviewed with them bilateral relations and ... Islamic Republic News Agency, 51 minutes ago
Interior minister in Afghanistan to discuss bilateral cooperation Islamic Republic News Agency, 10 hours ago
Qatar Peninsula

Schoolgirls hospitalised in Afghanistan after ...

KABUL: Over 250 girls in two schools in Afghanistan have had to be hospitalised after they inhaled some mysterious fumes and displayed signs of poisoning, a media report said on Thursday. The schools are located in Herat province, Khaama Press ...
 Qatar Peninsula8 hours ago Afghanistan Poison Gas Attack: More Than 300 Girls Hospitalized  Hngn.com52 minutes ago Three Hundred Afghan Girls Hospitalized Amid Suspected Taliban Attacks  Inquisitr2 hours ago
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Gulf Times

Record-breaking Qatar thrash Bhutan 15-0

Qatar's 15-0 win over Bhutan yesterday in Doha bettered their earlier record against Afghanistan and Lebanon whom they had beaten 8-0 in the 1980s. PICTURES: Noushad Thekkayil By Joe Koraith/Doha Qatar football team recorded the biggest win in ...
 Gulf Times34 minutes ago A goal glut as Qatar crush Bhutan 15-0 in Doha clash  Qatar Peninsula38 minutes ago Goal glut as Bhutan, Malaysia suffer  Yahoo!Xtra1 hour ago Football: Goal glut as Bhutan, Malaysia suffer  Channel NewsAsia42 minutes ago
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Irish Independent

'Irish want to help... the government must up their game' - Irish pub owner in Vienna sparks...

As the numbers of destitute migrants, mainly from Syria and Afghanistan, continue to arrive into Vienna locals are doing what they can to help. Amongst them is David OConnor from Naas, who owns the popular OConnor Old Oak pub in the city. This week ...
 Irish Independent1 hour ago
Daily Outlook

Pakistan to push for resumption of Afghan-Taliban talks

Pakistan is likely to persuade Afghanistan to resume talks with the Taliban after their parleys were snapped due to power struggle within the militant group following the death of its chief Mullah Omar. Pakistan Prime Minister's Adviser on National Security ...
 Business Standard15 hours ago US Stresses Early Resumption of Afghan Peace Parleys  Daily Outlook23 hours ago Pakistan, Afghanistan Weigh Resumption of Taliban Talks  VOA News8 hours ago Negotiations with Taliban: Islamabad to push for a restart of peace talks  The Express Tribune20 hours ago
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CNN

Girls gassed at Afghan schools

Story highlights The deputy governor said he believes the incidents were intentional gas attacks 208 girls fell ill at one school, and 115 girls were hospitalized from another Schoolgirls are often attacked by men who don't believe they should go to ...
 CNN8 hours ago 300 girls hospitalized due to mysterious gas  WCVB.com11 hours ago Mysterious gas sickens 300 girls at school  CNN8 hours ago Mystery gas sickens 300 girls  CNN5 hours ago
Radio Free Europe

Senior Pakistani Official Looking To Restore Trust With Afghanistan

Pakistan's foreign policy chief has said that, during his upcoming talks with Afghan officials, he will be aiming "to restore trust and confidence between the two countries." Sartaj Aziz, foreign affairs adviser to Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz ...
 Radio Free Europe3 hours ago Pakistani official to urge Afghans to stop blame for attacks  Investing.com6 hours ago Pakistan urges Afghanistan to stop levelling 'baseless allegations'  DAWN Group7 hours ago Pakistan's Sartaj Aziz to urge Afghans to stop blame for attacks  Economic Times5 hours ago
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Xinhua News Agency

6th Regional Economic Cooperation Conference on Afghanistan opens in Kabul

Foreign delegates attend the sixth Regional Economic Cooperation Conference on Afghanistan (RECCA) in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sept. 3, 2015. The sixth RECCA opened in Kabul on Thursday. Delegates from more than 30 countries from the region and beyond ...
 Xinhua News Agency7 hours ago Afghanistan to host sixth economic summit  Daily Times23 hours ago RECCA Summit An Opportunity for Regional Cooperation  Tolo News6 hours ago RECCA Deemed Highly Important For Afghanistan  Tolo News6 hours ago
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Washington Post

Mysterious shutdown of Afghan satirist's Facebook page reignites free speech debate

Kabul Taxi, Afghanistan's most popular political satirist, has broken down. His Facebook page, that is. Has it been blocked by Facebookupon the request of the Afghan government? Or was the page hacked? What's clearis this:Only a few days ago, ...
 Washington Post6 hours ago Afghan satire 'Kabul Taxi' angers spies, scribes summoned  Sify1 week ago
NDTV

Rights Groups Slam Afghan Lashings Over Adultery

20:51 IST Representational image Kabul: Rights groups have condemned the public flogging of a man and a woman convicted of adultery in Afghanistan, calling for an investigation into the "abhorrent" incident which sparked anger online. Public ...
 NDTV6 hours ago Rights groups condemn public lashings over adultery in Afghanistan  Interaksyon1 hour ago Rights groups slam Afghan flogging over adultery  Malaysian Insider5 hours ago
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