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Afghanistan National Unity Government's Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah on Wednesday admitted that there have been weaknesses in protecting journalists.

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Nearly 100 journalists working with domestic and foreign media outlets were martyred over the past 17 years in Afghanistan, according to figures from the country's top media watchdog Nai.

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Niloofar Rahmani, who became Afghanistan's first female fixed-wing pilot in the country's air force, has been granted asylum in the United States.

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A day after two suicide bombings killed 29 people in Kabul, Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani on Tuesday vowed that perpetrators of the attacks would be brought to justice.

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A roadside bomb exploded in eastern Nangarhar province on Tuesday, killing one person, officials said.

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The number of Afghan security forces decreased by nearly 11 percent last year, the U.S. government's top watchdog on Afghanistan said on Tuesday.

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A journalist working for British broadcaster BBC was shot dead in Afghanistan's eastern Khost province on Monday.

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Two blasts that killed 29 people in Afghan capital Kabul on Monday has been condemned by countries and organizations.

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Two suicide bomb blasts went off in Afghan capital Kabul on Monday, killing at least 29 people.

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Around 650,000 people have registered themselves to vote ahead of parliamentary and district councils elections in Afghanistan since the process began two weeks ago, according to officials Sunday.

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