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Afghanistan shines in Netherland’s international exhibition

An international exhibition of handicrafts and precious gems, attended by participants from 30 different nations, was held in Netherlands. Afghanistan’s precious stones, traditional clothes and handicrafts were part of the display. Inayatullah Nabil, Ambassador of Afghanistan in Netherlands, in the

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Afghan women face sack at Kabul's factory

Sarco Abad factory, a rare women-only factory in Kabul, will soon lose its Nato contract to make military uniforms to the Afghan government. Afghan government officials claim they can buy the uniforms more cheaply from China or Pakistan. The factory’s

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Afghan women face sack at Kabul’s factory

Sarco Abad factory, a rare women-only factory in Kabul, will soon lose its Nato contract to make military uniforms to the Afghan government. Afghan government officials claim they can buy the uniforms more cheaply from China or Pakistan. The factory’s

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Apple seeks an additional USD 707m from Samsung

Yes! You read that right. Apple is seeking USD 707m more in damages from Samsung after winning the battle in the court a few weeks ago. The iPhone and iPad maker is demanding more, saying Samsung has caused irreversible “damage

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Toyota resumes all operations in China as protests ease

A number of Japanese companies had halted their operations in China, as many Chinese held demonstrations against Japan for buying islands in the East China Sea, that both countries claim. Toyota, whose dealerships were attacked and production at plants were

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Kabul-Beijing strengthening bilateral relations

As the deadline for the withdrawal of US and NATO forces draws near, Beijing is stepping up its diplomacy with Kabul in recent months. On Sunday, China’s domestic security Chief Zhou Yongkang visited Kabul and signed security and economic agreements.

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