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18 December 2014
• CEO: No talks yet with Taliban, doors open
• NDS: Over 100 armed groups in Kabul
• Anti-governor rally held in Paktika
• Minister: Bulk of poppy grown in 10 towns
• 1,500 families distributed winter aid
• Civilian deaths, rights abuse double in southeast
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17 December 2014
• Rula Ghani: Nine provinces lack gynecologists
• A three-day conference on elimination of violence against women starts in Kabul
• Iran - China railway to pass through Afghanistan
• Palace expresses unawareness over reopening of Taliban Qatar office
• Why US forces do not conduct air strike in Dangham
• MPs: Voting process for ministerial candidates could be postponed till March
• Ashraf Ghani: New cabinet to be introduced in two weeks
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16 December 2014
• Russia stresses key role for UN in Afghanistan
• Afghan war to end in 2 weeks: Obama
• Bodies of five ANA soldiers found in Ghazni
• 40 insurgents killed, fighting extended to third day in Kunar
• United Nations: We are determined to talk with all parties involved in the Afghan peace
• Two guards at Herat provincial hospital rape a girl
• Senior member of Hezb-ul Tahrir arrested in Kapisa
• Media outlets: Taliban miscalculated
• Poverty linked to rape cases in Takhar
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15 December 2014
• Ruthless ISIS commander held in Paktia
• New polio case detected in Zabul
• Pakistan: We consider China’s role in Afghanistan positive
• Kunduz strongmen default on water bills
• Kabul police claim foiling terror attack
• UNAMA: killing de-miners is odious
• Explosives-laden car seized in Paktika
• 12 Taliban Insurgents Killed in Kunar
• Heavy clashes continue in Dangam district of Kunar
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14 December 2014
• Ghani: Terror attacks no more acceptable
• Baghlan blast leaves 2 children dead
• 44 more Afghan officers complete training at IMA
• Kapisa residents want government to form cabinet
• President Ghani: security ministries not to be divided
• MPs: No districts are safe in Herat
• German defence minister pays surprise visit to Afghanistan
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13 December 2014
• UNSC backs agreement to train Afghan forces
• Supreme Court official shot dead in Kabul
• 2 ISAF service members killed in east
• Bomb damages foreign troops’ vehicle
• Several hundred kilos of drugs seized in Kunduz
• Work on Badghis power supply project halted
• Ten kidnapped police rescued in Badakhshan
• ANA: 168 rebels dead in Zabul operations
• Practical steps should be taken to reform election system, Muslimyar
• International Community’s support essential in ensuring rule of law: Danesh
• Killing innocent Afghans strengthens terrorism
• Describing the Taliban as political opposition creates more controversies
• Condemning CIA’s crimes is symbolic
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11 December 2014
• Abdullah: Possible changes will be brought in peace mechanism
• 600 civilians killed in Helmand this year
• Drone strike kills five students
• Rapist of 5-year-old girl commits suicide in Balkh prison
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10 December 2014
• UN stresses respect for human rights
• UNDP underlines protection of Human Rights
• EU: Government should support human rights activists
• Expert: Karzai wants to form anti-West bloc
• AHIRC chief: Government should use rights report for reconciliation
• UNFPA: Maternal mortality decrease due to an increase in number of midwives
• Unidentified gunmen kill seven people
• Police casualties increase 20 per cent
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9 December 2014
• Danish: Electoral reform, constitutional amendment top priorities of government after cabinet formation
• Stanikzai: Big policies must change to bring sustainable peace
• Government trying to settle disputes between Kuchi and Hazara tribes
• NDS: Haqqani Network has purchased anti-aircraft weapons
• Militants behead four civilians in Nangarhar
• Local TV anchor arrested in Herat
• Germany lauded for building more than 2,000 schools in Afghanistan
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8 December 2014
• Mujahid: China can bring Pakistan and armed opposition to negotiating table
• Salarzai: Release of Pakistani Taliban to be investigated
• Karzai’s hidden diplomacy
• Snow closes access roads in Badakhshan
• Snow-trapped passengers rescued
• Violence against women on rise in Kunduz
• Political analyst briefly arrested by police
• Five-year-old girl raped in Balkh
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