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3 September 2015
• Economic cooperation conference gets under way in Kabul
• Haqqani network a key source of Af-Pak friction: US
• 145 more schoolgirls, teachers poisoned in Herat
• Cancelling voter cards to disenfranchise many: experts
• NATO Military Chief: ISIS an emergent capability in Afghanistan
• MRRD Minister’s helicopter makes emergency landing in Logar, two security men wounded
• Afghan government, Taliban peace talks likely to resume this month
• Ministry of Defense: More than 100 Taliban killed, wounded in newest security operations
• Taliban brutally martyr unconscious policemen in Helmand
• Three police join Taliban in Baghlan
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2 September 2015
• Akefi: SERC proposals must be evaluated as soon as possible
• ASCEN floats own suggestions on electoral reform
• Electronic ID authority ready to issue ID cards
• Haqqanis main bone of contention with Islamabad
• CEO office terms Aziz remarks as baseless
• Militants set up bases in Farah
• 53 militants give up violence
• Several students poisoned in Herat and Kabul
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1 September 2015
• Election watchdogs doubt reform implementation
• Disgruntled reform panel members submit own proposals
• Differences on e-ID cards resolved, says Faisal
• Taliban captures three military areas in Faryab
• Pakistan still continues construction of establishments in Angor Ada, say tribal elders
• IECC chief: SERC’s reform proposal is unconstitutional
• IEC: some proposal of SERC is not implementable
• 17 schools closed in Nangarhar
• Jihadi leaders to establish a new front
• US Embassy in Kabul asks citizens to consider departing Afghanistan due to security concerns
• Dostum: Mullah Mansoor was a prisoner of war in 2001, used to serve as spy in prison
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31 August 2015
• Government to revise SERC composition
• Government: We do not want Pakistan to mediate in the peace
• Germany: Pakistan should fulfil Afghan peace pledge
• Envoy: Indonesia ready for positive role in Afghan peace bid
• CEO: Cabinet decision on ID cards unchanged
• 2,000 people displaced as a result of Kunduz fighting
• Sayyaf to lead new jihadi council
• Army inflicts casualties to women and children
• Array of supporters and opponents of Taliban’s new leadership in south
• IECC chief: Establishment of SERC “illegal”
• HPC official: Peace talks should not be delayed
• Reform proposal of electoral system
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30 August 2015
• Pajhwok-sponsored event on evaluating peace drive begins
• Kabul Bank suffers US$ 65 million loss
• Balkh officials say unaware girl gang-raped
• AIHRC’s chief becomes deputy chair of Asia Pacific Forum
• Palace sabotages electoral reform process
• 3,000 families displaced from Musa Qala
• Cases of girls escaping homes increased
• Jalali: US is concerned about worsening relations between Kabul and Islamabad
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29 August 2015
• SERC set to present its reform proposal to CEO today
• Tawhidi: We are responsible for electoral reform
• Ghani issues new combat orders to curb civilian casualties
• Carter rules out change in troops’ drawdown plan
• Pakistan Minister: Afghanistan gave a negative response to our sincere efforts
• Rocket lands close to Sayyaf home in Paghman; no casualties
• 43 per cent decrease in cases of violence against journalists
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27 August 2015
• Dostum enters Sar-i-Pul City, warns rebels to surrender
• Top UN officials assess Faryab humanitarian needs
• Ghani commends carpet industry’s role in creating jobs
• Drugs main source of terror financing in region: US
• President stresses better urban services, food security
• Taliban-designated district chief held in Nangarhar
• Seven-member gang busted in Kunduz: Police
• Mojadedi announces the establishment of a new political council
• Journalist critically wounded after brutal stabbing in Mazar city
• Police arrest Baghlan man for beheading wife
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26 August 2015
• Ghani wants ministries ready for unannounced refugee repatriation
• Paktya Jirga wants word ‘Afghan’ in computerized ID cards
• Ghazni governor accused of meeting Daesh leaders
• Taliban torch civilians houses in Maidan Wardak
• Afghanistan facing 1.3 million tons deficit in wheat production
• Flash flood inflicts massive damage to property in Panjsher
• Politics cited in parliamentary elections as further delays expected
• Gen. Dostum denies genocide accusations
• Ghani’s policy on Pakistan is appropriate
• Hundreds of insurgents fight with security forces in Kapisa
• MoPH: SIGAR’s report is not true
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25 August 2015
• Thousands of people in Kabul call for Pakistan ties to be cut
• US rules out new strategy for Afghanistan
• Hundreds of rebels join peace process in Faryab
• Zabul lawmaker escapes unhurt in Taliban’s ambush
• Saleh: Insurgents blow up shrine
• IS: Taliban cheated people under the name of Mullah Omar
• Deputy Foreign Minister meets deputy UN envoy
• EU ambassador briefs CEO about his visit to Pakistan
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24 August 2015
• The fate of IEC commissioners should be determined
• Preparation meeting held to discuss meeting of donor countries
• AISA notes sharp investment decline in first half of 2015
• Intelligence agents detain Logar uprising group leader
• Pakistani media release fresh reports about Mullah Omar’s death
• Presidential spokesperson: Cabinet will decide about electronic ID cards
• Foreign terrorists holding all war-related affairs, Muhaqiq
• Palace, UNAMA condemn Kabul suicide attack in strongest terms
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