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Monthly Archives: January 2017

Private sector crowds out Afghan state media

Source: BBC Only around 38 per cent of Afghans are literate and so broadcast outlets dominate the country’s media scene. Television viewing has now overtaken radio listening, though the latter remains important, especially in rural areas where most Afghans still live. As BBC Monitoring’s Afghanistan Media Guide for 2017 explains, most media outlets are privately-owned.…

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US would consider more troops for Afghanistan, Trump told Ghani

President Donald Trump reportedly told Afghan President Ashraf Ghani he would consider sending more U.S. troops to Afghanistan in a December phone call, The Wall Street Journal reports. Afghanistan’s security and political situation is increasingly deteriorating. After former President Barack Obama ended the U.S. combat mission in 2014, the Taliban made unprecedented gains across the…

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Afghan peace-maker Pir Gillani dies

Known Afghan leader and Chief of High Peace Commission Pir Syed Ahmad Gillani lost his last breath after a prolong illness in Ghazi Amanullah Khan hospital at Kabul on Saturday. He was around 84. Pir Syed Ahmad Gillani’s Jinaza Salat will be held at Presidential Palace in Kabul today morning and later his body will…

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