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Laghman residents in need of towns

Local authorities from Logar province have acknowledged that construction of residential buildings on agricultural lands is becoming widespread and measures have not been yet taken to prevent this from happening. “When we look at the two sides of the roads,

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Daikundi province of Afghanistan to have its largest food storage

Local authorities of Daikundi province announced the establishment of the largest food storage in the province. The storage, costing 20 million Afs, is funded by the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock. The storage is built on one acre of land

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Does Afghanistan have the world’s slowest internet speed?

The Net Index Website ran a survey on the internet speed in 176 countries. Hong Kong was at the top of the list with 41.58 MG per second speed following by South Korea and Lithuania with 34.15 and 32.81 MB

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Germany catches Europe's crisis fever

Germany appeared to be safe from Europe’s debt crisis, due to the deep reforms undertaken years ago, however recent data suggests that Germany, too, is slowly giving in to the crisis fevers. Analysts believe it could even be falling back

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Germany catches Europe’s crisis fever

Germany appeared to be safe from Europe’s debt crisis, due to the deep reforms undertaken years ago, however recent data suggests that Germany, too, is slowly giving in to the crisis fevers. Analysts believe it could even be falling back

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China’s Double Whammy of Slowing Exports and Imports Growth

China’s exports rose by only 1% from a year earlier, down from 11.3% growth in June; meanwhile, imports rose by 4.7% compared with 6.3% in June. The sluggish exports growth indicates the slowing demand from the key global markets, highlighting

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Nikpah does it again for Afghanistan

Rohullah Nikpah has added to Afghanistan’s Olympic glory yet again, winning a Bronze medal  at the London Olympic Games. He defeated his British opponent, Martin Stamper, 5-3 in the men’s 68kg Taekwondo event on Thursday.  “It’s the second consecutive time

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Google fined over privacy violation

Google has agreed to pay $22.5m, the largest fine ever imposed on a single company by the US Federal Trade Commission, after violating the privacy of Apple’s Safari browser users. According to the FTC, in 2011 Google had agreed not

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