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Investing in Afghanistan’s Future; U.S. Embassy Announces Open Application Season for Academic Exchange Programs

The Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy Kabul has announced the open application season for three U.S. government-sponsored academic exchange opportunities for qualified Afghans during the 2016-17 academic year. Beginning April 1, 2015, applications will be accepted for the

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Building Markets for Afghan Artisans Abroad

At a time when many Afghans are worrying about diminishing markets for their products, Storai Staniza, 23, is experiencing enormous demand for her jewelry work — only a month after graduating from the Turquoise Mountain Institute. Her early success is

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Vulnerable Afghans to receive Saudi Arabian dates for Ramadan

Thousands of Afghan students and their families will be receiving dates in the coming months from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia through the United Nations World Food Program (WFP). The donation of 54 metric tons of dried dates was officially

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Afghan Senate approves “Wedding Law”

The Afghan Senate has approved a law that regulates wedding prices in the country. The “Wedding Law” was passed by the House of Representatives last year when a number of Afghan youths had complained about the soaring wedding costs. Millions

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National Industrial Festival opens in Kabul

The National Industrial Festival was inaugurated by President Ashraf Ghani in the Loya Jirga tent on Tuesday in a bid to boost domestic production in the country. Traders from various sectors of the economy are showcasing their products at the

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14 Afghan students complete training on mining in Germany

As part of a series of training measures run by Germany’s program for academic mining education in Afghanistan (AMEA), 14 highly qualified Bachelor candidates returned from a two-month study program at the Bergakademie technical university at Freiberg in Germany. They

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