KabulProtest was historic. Now, its for the govt to take on Taliban, IS

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HUSSAIN YASA@yasa_dr The latest atrocity was committed last week. It was so heart-wrenching that hundreds of women took to the streets of Kabul in protest. When the Taliban were toppled in 2001, Afghanistan began to dream of a free, peaceful, stable, democratic country. Fourteen years on, for a host of reasons, that dream has soured. The Taliban More...

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By Admin On Wednesday, August 12th, 2015
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Why the latest attacks have brought Afghanistan to a crossroads

Hussain Yasa |12 August 2015 NONGMAITHEM VIKRAM SINGH/CATCH NEWS The attack Bombings between 7-10 August killed over 50 people in Kabul It was seen as a show of strength by new Taliban chief Akhtar Mansour Outraged, More...

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Mullah Omars death might be bad news for Afghanistan

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Quetta’s Hazaras: Old wounds, new fears

By Sanam Maher Published: January 22, 2015 APS attack resurrects fears for Hazaras in the country. PHOTO: AFP   KARACHI: There are some days when Jawad Hazara follows his son Ibtihaj’s school van as it More...

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By Admin On Wednesday, December 17th, 2014
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By Admin On Monday, July 14th, 2014
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Afghanistan- Is the Electoral Deadlock Broken?

By Dr. Hussain Yasa Dr. Hussain Yasa, Chief Editor of the daily Outlook Afghanistan It might still be premature to conclude that John Kerry has worked a miracle by solving the Afghan electoral dispute. Nevertheless More...

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By Admin On Tuesday, July 8th, 2014
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A concocted mandate

Afghan Disputed Presidential Polls By Dr. Hussain Yasa Dr. Hussain Yasa, Chief Editor of the daily Outlook Afghanistan The provisional results which the Afghan Election Commission announced for the presidential More...

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By Admin On Sunday, April 20th, 2014
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Lessons Obtained from Afghan Presidential Polls 2014

By Dr. Hussain Yasa Preface Dr. Hussain Yasa, Chief Editor of the daily Outlook Afghanistan History- When, Nadir Khan, the father of Zahir Shah, the last king of Afghanistan and Father of the Nation, decided to More...

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By Admin On Thursday, April 17th, 2014
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Afghan Presidential Polls 2014- The Mandate Should Be Respected

By Dr. Hussain Yasa Dr. Hussain Yasa, Chief Editor of the daily Outlook Afghanistan The world applauded third Afghan Presidential Polls held on 5th April 2014. There were two main reasons for the accolades. Firstly More...

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Beena Sarwar                                                                                                   April 6, 2014 Mastung blast survivors are being helped More...

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