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Villagers Receive Humanitarian Aid from District Governor, ANSF in Arghistan District

ARGHISTAN DISTRICT, Afghanistan – Local villagers from Lowy Deh, Amin Kalay and Khushk Rud received humanitarian assistance bundles from the District Governor Haji Abdul Ghani and Afghan Local Police leaders in Arghistan district, Kandahar province, Feb. 6. Approximately 100 bundles of humanitarian aid containing

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Afghan Ministries of Education & Higher Education reject UN’s report on corruption in Afghanistan

Ministries of Education & Higher Education strongly rejected the latest report on corruption in Afghanistan by the UN office on Drug and Crime (UNODC) and Afghanistan’s anti-corruption unit, calling it far from reality. According to the report, the total cost

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Afghan Ministries of Education & Higher Education reject UN’s report on corruption in Afghanistan

Ministries of Education & Higher Education strongly rejected the latest report on corruption in Afghanistan by the UN office on Drug and Crime (UNODC) and Afghanistan’s anti-corruption unit, calling it far from reality. According to the report, the total cost

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Australia’s mining tax revenue falls short of expectations

The controversial Mineral Resource Rent Tax (MRRT) imposed on mining companies did not generate the level of revenue expected by the Australian company. The government said it collected A$ 126mn in the six months since it was implemented on 01

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India lowers economic growth forecast to 5%

India’s central bank has cut economic growth forecast to 5%, as the country is struggling with reviving its sluggish economy. This is the second cut in two weeks. Last week, the central bank had cut its forecast from 5.8% to

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Apples sued for cash pile

Influential investor in Apple and head of hedge fund Greenlight Capital, David Einhorn, has file d a law suit against Apple for piling USD 137bn worth of cash, in a bid to unlock the pile and share out the cash

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Karzai and Fahim have not paid back their loans- Kabul Bank Tribunal

Kabul Bank special tribunal claim that two of the shareholders of the former Kabul Bank- President Hamid Karzai’s brother, Mahmoud Karzai, and deputy president’s brother, Hassin Fahim- still owe money to the bank. The two shareholders, however, deny the allegations

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Afghan traders unable to pay Karachi Port Demurrage

The Pakistani government has demanded a demurrage of USD 185,000 from each Afghan company, whose goods are halted at Karachi Port, for using the space at the Port. Afghan traders said Thursday said they are not able to pay the

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