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Report: 2nd largest Afghan city could go dark when U.S. subsidies end

By Lindsay Wise Source: McClatchy Washington Bureau August 5, 2014 WASHINGTON — Residents of Afghanistan’s second largest city could go without power when U.S. subsidies for diesel fuel phase out next year, according to a report released Tuesday by the

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Afghan software developer develops mobile app for Kankor exam results

Afghan software developer, Gul Mohammad Akbari, developed a mobile application that enables students to access their Kankor exams via their smartphones. Akbari came up with the idea of this development after he found out about the nerve-wracking problems students were

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Prolonged election process hurting mining industry in Kunduz

Mines and Petroleum department in Kunduz have reported a significant decline in the province’s mining revenue, with the figure dropping from 2.8mn AFN in 2013 to 900,000 AFN this year. Eng. Mirza Mohammad Sultani, director of the provincial Mines and

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