Afghanistan makes progress in ...

India Blooms News Service

New York, Apr 26(Just Earth News): While enormous challenges remain, Afghanistan authorities have made headway in their fight against corruption, according to a United Nations report released on Tuesday, which also finds that the country is making progress in other areas, such as restoring institutional control over the delivery of public services.

Conflict-related detainees in Afghanistan tortured, ill-treated i...
New York, Apr 24(Just Earth News): A record number of people detained by Afghan police say that have been tortured or ill-treated in the past year, according to a new United Nations report, which notes however that the Afghan Government has committed to eliminating torture and ill-treatment in national detention facilities.
Afghan Defense Minister and Army chief resign days after Taliban ...
Kabul, Apr 24 (IBNS) : The Afghan defense minister Abdullah Habibi and the Afghan national army chief of staff Qadam Shah Shaheem have resigned from their post, state news agency Khamaa press said on Monday.
Afghanistan: Attack on ANA base kills 130 soldiers
Kabul, Apr 22 (IBNS): At least 130 soldiers were killed and 65 others were injured as militants attacked an army base in Afghanistan's Balkh province, local media reports said on Saturday.
Taliban base attack kills at least 70 soldiers
Kabul, Apr 22 (IBNS): An attack at an army base in Afghanistan's Balkh province accounted for at least 70 soldiers as militants targeted those leaving Friday prayers at the base's mosque, media reports said.
Taliban attack kills eight Afghan soldiers
Kabul, Apr 22 (IBNS): At least eight Afghan soldiers were killed in a suicide attack carried out by militants, local Khaama Press reported.
Sri Lankan Prime Minister to visit Delhi next week
Colombo, Apr 21 (IBNS): Sri Lanka’s Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe is scheduled to visit India in the last week of April to strengthen the economic corporation between the two countries.
Panama verdict : Pakistan Supreme Court orders formation of JIT t...
Islamabad, Apr 20 (IBNS) : In a temporary relief for Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, the country's Supreme Court on Thursday ordered further investigation into the Panama Papers Leak case that implicated the leader and his family in a money trail regarding Qatari investment, Daily Pakistan said.
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