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Neighboring countries ponder a post-occupation Afghanistan
Friday, 11.05.2010, 07:46pm
Worried that the administration is moving toward an endgame in Afghanistan - through troop withdrawals, negotiations or both - other countries in the region have stepped up efforts to protect security and economic interests that might conflict with those of the United States

Ex-UN envoy stirs Afghan debate
Friday, 11.05.2010, 05:27pm
Kai Eide, the Norwegian diplomat who until recently served as the United Nations’ top envoy in Kabul, has revealed a new bitterness over how Afghanistan and its war against the Taliban is being run

The Durand Line and The Implication of International Law
Thursday, 11.04.2010, 09:08pm
 A secular Afghanistan was punished by Muslim countries due to the rise of the so called “Islamic State” of Pakistan. When Pakistan prominence came into play, the Arab, Muslim and Western world were aligning with the newborn Pakistan

Sacks of Cash - NEWSWEEK
Tuesday, 11.02.2010, 09:58pm

Afghan President Hamid Karzai says his government uses bags of cash from Iran on “various expenses and helping people.”


Annihilation of 17,500 British Empire's Army on Jalalabad Highway
Tuesday, 11.02.2010, 09:50pm
After two months and four days of fighting, finally, the British Army was forced to evacuate Kabul. 

Terrorism, extremism have been imposed on Pashtoons - By Rafiullah Mandokhail
Tuesday, 11.02.2010, 09:05pm

Balochistan is the province of two nations Baloch and Pashtoons, and they are settled on their historical homeland for centuries.



  + WE CONDEMN THE USA AND NATO INJUSTICES IN AFGHANISTAN
  + BRITISH ARMIES OF RETRIBUTION‌‌ - By. Ghulam Mohammad Zarmalwal
  + Northern Alliance link to 9/11- By: Bruce G. Richardson
  + An American Mother’s Letter to Karzai
  + Hamid Karzai admits office gets 'bags of money' from Iran
  + Iran Is Said to Give Top Karzai Aide Cash by the Bagful
  + Taliban second in command in talks with Afghan and US officials
  + Tribal leader assassinated in Afghanistan
  + '11 US-led troops killed in Afghanistan'
  + by: Bruce G. Richardson - Vocabulary…Use and Abuse in a Time of War


 
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