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Over 400 public administration students serving as government interns this fall

This fall, 441 bachelor students from public administration faculties around the country managed to secure internship positions in government bodies and authorities. The various internship programs will let the students experience working conditions in their future positions as civil servants

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Recruitment for Fulbright exchange program starts in Afghanistan

U.S. Ambassador to Kabul, Michael McKinley, announced the start of the recruitment season for the U.S. government’s flagship Fulbright exchange program. The Fulbright Program is one the most prestigious U.S. government academic exchange programs, awarding highly competitive scholarships to participants

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Germany contributes AFN 5bn to Afghanistan Reconstruction Trust Fund

Afghanistan and Germany have signed two financial agreements that will contribute more than AFN 5 billion to the Afghan government, used for starting and running development projects and covering recurrent costs, such as salaries. Germany will pay the sum into

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Afghanistan, US, EU meet on the sidelines of Heart of Asia Conference

The Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, the European Union, and the United States of America met on December 9th 2015, in Islamabad, on the margins of the Heart of Asia Ministerial. Foreign Minister Salahuddin Rabbani, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Antony

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Denmark tops the list of foreign aid donors

Denmark tops the Commitment to Development Index issued by the Center for Global Development. The Index ranks 27 of the richest countries in the world according to their approach to aid, trade, finance, migration, security and the environment. As per

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26% increase in Afghanistan’s carpet exports

Minister of Commerce and Industries (MoCI) officials said carpet exports in Afghanistan had increased by 26% this year. According to the Ministry, the carpet sector is the second biggest sector of Afghanistan’s economy after agriculture and more than 2.5mn people

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