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    Afghan govt. urges Taliban, other militant groups to join peace process
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    Afghan govt. urges Taliban, other militant groups to join peace process

    February 25th, 2016 | by Voice of South Asia
    KABUL: The Afghan government has once again invited all the militant groups to the negotiating table for a durable peace in the country. Afghanistan National Security Advisor Muhammad Hanif Atmar in a statement in Kabul urged...
    Sri Lanka -‘Shining Light of Asian Region’ says Kiwi Prime Minister
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    Sri Lanka -‘Shining Light of Asian Region’ says Kiwi Prime Minister

    February 25th, 2016 | by Voice of South Asia
    By Hishan Welmilla COLOMBO: 25 February 2016. Prime Minister of New Zealand John Phillip Key described Sri Lanka as the ‘Shining Light of Asian Region’. He said there are enormous opportunities available in Sri Lanka for New...
    Sri Lanka President left for Germany and Austria
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    Sri Lanka President left for Germany and Austria

    February 15th, 2016 | by Voice of South Asia
    By Hishan Welmilla COLOMBO: Sunday 13, February 2016. Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena left for Germany and Austria on an official visit on Sunday (13).During his visit it is expected to further strengthen the economic...
    Afghanistan: Taliban shadow district governor among 38 killed in security operations
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    Afghanistan: Taliban shadow district governor among 38 killed in security operations

    February 10th, 2016 | by Voice of South Asia
    KABUL:  A shadow district governor of Taliban militants have been killed by security forces in eastern Nangarhar province. According to the Ministry of Interior, Gul Agha Pacha, the so-called governor of Taliban for Kot District...
    Afghanistan: 130 Taliban insurgents killed in ongoing military operations in Baghlan
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    Afghanistan: 130 Taliban insurgents killed in ongoing military operations in Baghlan

    February 10th, 2016 | by Voice of South Asia
    KABUL:  Over 200 Taliban insurgents have been killed or wounded during the ongoing military operations in northern Baghlan province of Afghanistan, the local officials said Wednesday. Provincial governor Abdul Satar Barez said...
    Afghan CEO Abdullah seeks regional action plan against terrorism
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    Afghan CEO Abdullah seeks regional action plan against terrorism

    February 3rd, 2016 | by Voice of South Asia
    JAIPUR INDIA: The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Afghanistan Abdullah Abdullah has proposed a regional action plan to combat with terrorism. While talking to the Counter-Terrorism Conference in Jaipur, capital of the Indian...
    18 TTP militants killed in Afghanistan buried in Pakistan
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    18 TTP militants killed in Afghanistan buried in Pakistan

    February 3rd, 2016 | by Voice of South Asia
    The dead bodies of 18 fighters of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) who were killed in drone strikes in Afghanistan have been returned and buried inside Pakistan. Reports suggest that the dead bodies were buried in villages...
    Air strikes hit Islamic State radio station in Afghanistan
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    Air strikes hit Islamic State radio station in Afghanistan

    February 3rd, 2016 | by Voice of South Asia
    KABUL: US air strikes in eastern Afghanistan have destroyed a radio station used by the Islamic State militant group, US and Afghan officials say. The drone attacks in Nangarhar’s remote Achin district hit the “Voice...
    Afghanistan: six staff members were killed in the attack and 26 injured during attack on TV van
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    Afghanistan: six staff members were killed in the attack and 26 injured during attack on TV van

    January 20th, 2016 | by Voice of South Asia
    KABUL: A suicide bomber detonated explosives on Wednesday evening targeting a civilian bus that was carrying over 30 staff from Kaboora Production, which is a sister entity to TOLO TV, Lemar TV, Arman FM, Arakozia FM and...
    Pakistan successfully test-fires Ra’ad missile
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    Pakistan successfully test-fires Ra’ad missile

    January 20th, 2016 | by Voice of South Asia
    PESHAWAR, 20 January: Pakistan on Tuesday successfully test-fired Ra’ad missile which is capable of avoiding radar detection. According to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the missile is capable of hitting its target...