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Reconstruction projects start in Nuristan

Various reconstruction projects including the construction of a road, started in eastern Nuristan province during the visit of ministers of finance and public welfare on Saturday, an official said. Spokesman of Ministry of Finance, Wahidullah Tawhidi, told Pajhwok Afghan News

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Literacy Change Lives for Afghan Women

WFP food rations can be an incentive for families to send women on training courses, where they learn how to read and write as well as basic marketable crafts. Enjila Hashimi spoke to women on a course in Kabul to

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“KABUL, I LOVE YOU” Film Project Premieres in Afghanistan

The United Nations-supported film project “Kabul, I love you” premiered today at the French Institute in Kabul at an event that included the UN Deputy Special Representative of the Secretary-General Michael Keating; the Acting Minister of Information and Culture, Timur

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“The Chief of audit of Kabul Bank is a liar.” -President Karzai's brother

Mahmmood Karzai rejected the accusations regarding Kabul Bank issue. He said that poor management and inefficiency in the government have been the reasons why the issue of Kabul Bank was not dealt with properly. Mahmood Karzai  referred to  Abul Hamid

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“The Chief of audit of Kabul Bank is a liar.” -President Karzai’s brother

Mahmmood Karzai rejected the accusations regarding Kabul Bank issue. He said that poor management and inefficiency in the government have been the reasons why the issue of Kabul Bank was not dealt with properly. Mahmood Karzai  referred to  Abul Hamid

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IMF head Lagarde: Tax-shy Greeks 'must help themselves'

IMF head Christine Lagarde has urged Greeks to pay taxes, saying she worries more about the plight of children in sub-Saharan Africa than the people of the crisis-hit European nation. In an interview with the Guardian newspaper, Ms Lagarde suggested

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IMF head Lagarde: Tax-shy Greeks ‘must help themselves’

IMF head Christine Lagarde has urged Greeks to pay taxes, saying she worries more about the plight of children in sub-Saharan Africa than the people of the crisis-hit European nation. In an interview with the Guardian newspaper, Ms Lagarde suggested

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Thailand exports fall in April as global demand slows

Thailand has reported a surprise fall in its exports for April because of falling demand from key markets such as Europe and the US. Shipments fell 3.7% from a year earlier. Many analysts had forecast an increase of more than

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EU refers Argentina's import restrictions to the WTO

The European Union has filed a suit against Argentina’s import restrictions at the World Trade Organisation (WTO). It is the latest step in the row between the two since Argentina nationalised energy company YPF, which was majority owned by Spain’s

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EU refers Argentina’s import restrictions to the WTO

The European Union has filed a suit against Argentina’s import restrictions at the World Trade Organisation (WTO). It is the latest step in the row between the two since Argentina nationalised energy company YPF, which was majority owned by Spain’s

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