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Putin arrived in Dushanbe
Two arrested over missing Police weapons in Balkh, Afghanistan
Taliban in a statement has confirmed the death of Mawlawi Abdul Salam, the group's designated governor in Kunduz province
Putin met in Alma-Ata with Nazarbayev
Ghani: Our goal is to establish a real peace in the country. Those who believe in war will be brought to knees
Ghani: My order is very clear; civilian casualties must be prevented
Ghani: Our army is getting better equipment every year. We thank Gen. John Nicholson, the US commander in Afghanistan for his cooperation
Ghani: The enemies’ of the country have tried to destroy Afghanistan but our forces have strong response to them
Ghani says Afghan security forces are fighting against 20 terrorist groups
Ghani: Currently, Afghan forces shoulder the responsibility for security and defense across the country
Ghani: Currently, Afghan forces shoulder the responsibility for security and defense across the country
Ghani: Ulema, religious scholars, should participate in the campaign of supporting the security forces
Ghani: We are working to bring reforms in the country's security agencies
Ghani: Our cooperation with the international community is part of our national interests
Ghani: Daesh, mafia, drug smugglers and 20 other insurgents groups are our enemies
Ghani: The Taliban leaders and their sons are enjoying a luxurious life
Ghani: The enemies are trying to stop development of Afghanistan
Ghani: We will not allow Afghanistan's enemies to achieve to their goals
Ghani: The enemies of Afghanistan’s are against stability in the country; they want the war to continue in Afghanistan
Ghani: Terrorists have no ability to face Afghan security forces
Ghani: Afghanistan is not a threat to any country
Ghani says that Malawi Salam, Taliban’s shadow governor for Taliban and his fighters were eliminated in Kunduz because of you
Today, Putin will hold talks in Almaty, with Nazarbayev, and then in Dushanbe, with Rahmon
The schools will remain open, but run by an institution directly operated by the Turkish government
Afghanistan initially opposed to Turkey’s demand to shut down the schools, but couldn’t resist Ankara pressures, according to sources
The schools are in Kabul, Mazar-e-Sharif, Herat, Kandahar, Jalalabad and Sheberghan cities
Some 150 pro-Gulen Turkish teachers will be expelled from Afghanistan after the handover, expected to happen soon
Six Afghan-Turk schools have over 8k students, including girls, across Afghanistan
Under Ankara’s pressures, @AshrafGhani agreed to handover Afghan-Turk schools, run by a pro-Gulen institution, to the Turkish govt
Detention of opposition leader prompts protests in Kyrgyzstan
At least 42 hostages rescued, 47 ISIS militants killed in security operations across Nangarhar province
As a result explosion in Faryab province killing 1 and wounding 11 others
Faryab blast leaves one dead, 16 wounded
Kyrgyzstan's state security service said it detained opposition politician Omurbek Tekebayev on Sunday on charges of corruption and fraud