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Pakistan Rejects Afghan Criticism of 480-kilometer Border Trench
Ayaz Gul VOA News September 14, 2014
ISLAMABAD - Pakistan has rejected Afghan criticism of a 480-kilometer trench its military is digging along their mostly porous border, saying the project is aimed at “effectively” controlling movement of terrorists and flow of drugs and human traffickers into the country.

Suicide bomber shot dead in Helmand province
Khaama Press September 14, 2014
A suicide bomber was shot dead by Afghan police forces in southern Helmand province of Afghanistan on Sunday, local officials said.

3 soldiers killed in NW Pakistan's attack
ISLAMABAD, Sept. 14 (Xinhua) -- Three soldiers were killed and two others injured when some unknown militants attacked paramilitary troops'fort in Pakistan's northwest tribal area of North Waziristan on Sunday, local media reported.

Afghanistan reacts on Punjabi Taliban’s declaration of war
Khaama Press September 14, 2014
The government of Afghanistan reacted towards declaration of war by Punjabi Taliban militants, saying that the government of Afghanistan would not be surprised by such announcements as Afghanistan has been victim of terrorist groups supported by Pakistani intelligence agencies.

Afghanistan Boldly Raises Its Colors, as Never Before
By ROD NORDLAND The New York Times September 13, 2014
Kabul, Afghanistan - To find a flag as big as the one hoisted over Kabul’s historic Wazir Akbar Khan hill on Wednesday, you would have to go pretty far — possibly as far as a Walmart parking lot somewhere in the Great Plains.

In Afghanistan, U.N. fears for the safety of its staff amid growing threats of violence
The Washington Post By Tim Craig September 13, 2014
Kabul - The United Nations is debating whether to withdraw its staff from one of Afghanistan’s largest and safest cities as concerns grow that a deadlock between the country’s two presidential candidates could lead to unrest.

Nationwide vote audit and invalidation formally concludes
Khaama Press September 14, 2014
The Independent Election Commission of Afghanistan (IEC) concluded the nationwide vote audit and invalidation process on Sunday.

Afghanistan orders strict action againt sexual abuse of children
Khaama Press September 14, 2014
The Ministry of Interior (MoI) instructed police to take strict actions against the abuse of children during the wedding ceremonies.

Taliban advance into Sangin threatens British military gains in Helmand
Summer offensive overruns checkpoints as Afghan security forces struggle to contain insurgency
The Guardian By Emma Graham-Harrison September 13, 2014
The gains from Britain's bloodiest battles in Afghanistan are now at risk after Taliban fighters swarmed into Sangin and nearby parts of northern Helmand, taking control of villages, overrunning checkpoints and threatening the dusty towns that serve as the only government outposts in the area.

NDS: Quetta Shura Behind Ghazni Attack
TOLOnews.com By Karim Amini September 13, 2014
Last week's attack on the province of Ghazni is said to have been coordinated by the Quetta Shura in Pakistan, the National Directorate of Security (NDS) said on Saturday.

People of Afghanistan Held as Hostages: Danish
TOLOnews.com By Sharif Amiry September 13, 2014
Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai’s second Vice President, Sarwar Danish, in his own words made it clear to the public that “no one has the right to hold the people of Afghanistan hostage,” speaking at an event honoring Martyr’s Week held at the Loya Jirga tent in Kabul on Saturday.

Azimi: Taliban Carving Out Territory
TOLOnews.com By Rateb Noori September 13, 2014
The Taliban have launched an offensive over the past few months that the Ministry of Defense (MoD) officials have suggested is primarily geared toward taking over territory.







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