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Safi Airways sign codeshare agreement with Gulf Air

Gulf Air and Afghanistan’s international carrier Safi Airways has signed a codeshare agreement Kabul-Bahrain route as of April 23, Gulf Air officials announced. Under the agreement, both airlines will jointly market and promote six flights per week with each airline

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US choice named World Bank chief

Selection of Korean-born Jim Yong Kim draws criticism from other candidates over alleged US dominance of powerful post. The World Bank has named a Korean-American medical doctor, Jim Yong Kim, as its next president, despite criticism of the selection process by his

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Argentina to seize control of oil company

Move to regain majority stake in YPF by ousting Spain’s Repsol prompts angry row between Buenos Aires and Madrid. Argentinian President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has unveiled plans to seize control of the country’s biggest oil company YPF, owned by Spain’s

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Cheaper internet services in Afghanistan soon

The Ministry of Telecommunication and Information Technology said they plan to procure broadband internet services at a lower price from foreign telecommunication providers this week — which would slash domestic internet rates. The government launched the mega nationwide fibre-optic network

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