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Afghan government has terminated oil contract for its defense ministry apparently after a fraud of $200 million alleged, a spokesman for the president said on Sunday.

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Afghan Deputy CEO Mohammad Khan has hired as many as 11 advisers, days after the parliament suspended approval of budget for the new position of CEO and its subordinates.

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The United States is confused whether to call Taliban a terrorist group or just an armed insurgency.

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Afghan provincial council members are hurt by president’s move to strip them of power, closing their offices in a show of protest.

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At least seven policemen were killed when a roadside bomb exploded in north-eastern Nuristan province on Saturday afternoon, according to officials.

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Heavy snowfall in northern Badakhshan has piled up over one meter of snow in some areas with 13 districts remaining isolated as a result of blocked roads, officials said on Saturday.

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An anti-Charlie Hebdo protest turned violent outside capital Kabul on Saturday, with sporadic gunfire being heard from the protest area where as a result at least 24 people were injured.

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An overwhelming majority of Afghans believe organizers’ attitude toward 2014 presidential and provincial council election has been biased with majority saying they won’t participate in upcoming parliamentary election, according to results from Rawand 3 or 3rd Trend survey.

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At least two people were killed when a suicide blast struck a funeral ceremony in eastern Afghan province of Laghman on Thursday, authorities said.

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Two bombs exploded in two different provinces in eastern Afghanistan on Thursday morning with both leaving casualties of up to five people.

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