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Afghanistan ministry of education to build houses for teachers

According to the officials from the Ministry of Education, a contract has been signed to build a residential apartment for nearly a thousand destitute teachers in Kabul. Education Deputy Minister Mohammad Sidiq Patman signed the contract on Wednesday with Ikramudin

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Iran must expedite work on the Herat-Khwaf railroad

Governor of Herat, Daud Shah Saba, requested the advisor to Speaker Iranian Parliament, Hussain Shiekh-ul-Salam to expedite work on the Herat-Khwaf railroad. The governor underlined the importance of the project on the sidelines the “Decade of Change” conference. He called

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Afghan and Tanzanian boxers facing each other in Kabul

Afghan World Boxing Union champion Hamid Rahimi is all set to face his rival from Tanzania, Syed Melyoub, in Kabul next Tuesday. Rahimi has participated in 21 boxing championships and has lost only one match. The legendary boxer was initially

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Government development packages dedicated to districts in Afghanistan

Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Counter Narcotics and Minister of Rural Development are jointly releasing development packages to a number of districts in Afghanistan. District of Bahsood in Nangarhar, Kaama, Kashm, and a number of regions in Balkh and Parwan

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Electrical substation to be built in Balkh

Officials of the Ministry of Energy and Water have informed of the construction of a new power substation in in the Khulm District of Balkh. Minister of Energy and Water Mohammad Ismail Khan said the substation will be built at

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Are all Muslims able to purchase sacrificial animals?

With the Eid-ul-Adha approaching, thousands of goats, cows and sheep are brought into the markets in Peshawar to sell. Hundreds of people go to the markets daily to purchase sacrificial animals, but most of them return empty-handed after hearing the

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Are all Muslims able to purchase sacrificial animals?

With the Eid-ul-Adha approaching, thousands of goats, cows and sheep are brought into the markets in Peshawar to sell. Hundreds of people go to the markets daily to purchase sacrificial animals, but most of them return empty-handed after hearing the

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Are all Muslims able to purchase sacrificial animals?

With the Eid-ul-Adha approaching, thousands of goats, cows and sheep are brought into the markets in Peshawar to sell. Hundreds of people go to the markets daily to purchase sacrificial animals, but most of them return empty-handed after hearing the

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Are all Muslims able to purchase sacrificial animals?

With the Eid-ul-Adha approaching, thousands of goats, cows and sheep are brought into the markets in Peshawar to sell. Hundreds of people go to the markets daily to purchase sacrificial animals, but most of them return empty-handed after hearing the

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