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Corruption Seen Behind Torching of Oil Tankers
Daily Outlook

Corruption Seen Behind Torching of Oil Tankers

KABUL - A delegation of Wolesi Jirga, investigating the torching of hundreds of fuel tankers, said on Monday some security and supply officials were linked to the arson attack. But the Ministry of Interior (MoI) denied the involvement of ... Daily Outlook, 1 week ago

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MPs Deny Trust Vote to 3 ICOIC Members

KABUL - The Wolesi Jirga (lower house of parliament) on Saturday again denied giving a trust vote to three outgoing members of the Independent Commission for Overseeing the Implementation of Constitution (ICOIC). The assembly had given a vote ...
 Daily Outlook1 month ago IEC behind Election Deadlock: MPs  Daily Outlook1 month ago Shun Fuelling Electoral Tensions, MPs Asked  Daily Outlook2 months ago MPs Split on Allegation Against Amarkhel  Daily Outlook2 months ago
Afghanistan Times

Terrorists among N. Waziristan refugees, claims MP

News Detail AT News Report KABUL: A handful of lawmakers in Wolesi Jirga of the Parliament raised concerns over escalation of violence and insecurity in towns bordering Pakistan, and claimed that terrorists under the guise of civilians had ...
 Afghanistan Times1 month ago Senators Nix Bill on Privileges for Lawmakers  Daily Outlook1 month ago Draft Law on Privileges for Lawmakers Approved  Daily Outlook1 month ago Editorial: Lower House and approval of access to info law  Afghanistan Times2 months ago
Daily Outlook

Upper Houses Endorses 2 Conventions

KABUL - Already ratified by the Wolesi Jirga, the Senate on Tuesday endorsed Afghanistan's membership of two international conventions on human trafficking, especially women and children, and silkworm farming. Najiba Hussain, a member of the ...
 Daily Outlook2 months ago
Eurasia Review

Abdullah vows to protect the rights and votes of people

Khaama Press August 21, 2014 Presidential contender, Dr. Abdullah Abdullah said Thursday that his team will remain committed in defending people's right and clean votes which were casted in his favor during the presidential election. U.S. Urges ...
 Afghanistan News Center6 days ago Afghan Elections And Indian Thinking: No Space For Zero Sum Games Analysis  Eurasia Review1 month ago
Radio Free Europe

'When Are You Going Back?' Afghanistan's Sikhs, Strangers In Their Own Land

"People often ask me, 'When are you going back to your home country?'" says Iqbal Singh. "Many people don't understand we are Afghans too. They think we've come from India or somewhere." Singh is a member of the dwindling Sikh minority in ...
 Radio Free Europe1 week ago

Making A Right Shift, Requires Downsized Privileges

Afghanistan is one of the poorest countries in the world. Since the Soviet invasion in 1979, it has been the scene of a series of conflicts that have continued for three decades, ruining the very socioeconomic fabric of the Afghan society. The ...
 Daily Outlook1 month ago

Logar governor accused of selling stolen oil

The governor of central Logar province has allegedly sold 20,000 litres of fuel, which was stolen from an Afghan National Army (ANA)'s battalion and recovered by police, a government official said on Thursday. The fuel had been stolen by ANA's 7th ...
 RAWA1 month ago
Daily Outlook

Unity Govt. Idea Floated by Afghans: Qanuni

KABUL - The strategy for a government of national unity had been devised by the Afghan government and endorsed by the global fraternity to break the electoral deadlock, the first vice-president said on Saturday. VP Yunus Qanuni, speaking in ...
 Daily Outlook1 month ago
Daily Outlook

Paghman Arson Assault a Terrorist Act: Daudzai

KABUL - Interior Minister Muhammad Umar Daudzai informed legislators on Wednesday that torching of hundreds of NATO supply trucks in the Paghman district of Kabul some weeks back was a terrorist act. Four policemen had been held on suspicion of ...
 Daily Outlook1 month ago
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