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  معذرت خواهی مسوولان روزنامه افغانستان ایکسپریس در باره مطلب نشر شده در شماره ( ۴۵۱) این نشریه بنام خداوندی که غفاراست وبخشنده هموطنان عزیز: چنانچه درشماره (۴۵۱ ) روزنامه افغانستان اکسپرس مطلبی بگونه سهوی و درنتیجه شدت کار و کم بودن وقت به زبان انگلیسی چاپ رسید و باعث رنجش خاطر شماری از هموطنان وخواننده گان این روزنامه گردید میخواهم نخست با عذر تمام ازبارگاه رب المنان مغفرت خواسته و دعای نیایش نمایم ت ...

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Graft lands top Indian official in jail

An Indian court has sentenced the top elected official of the southern state of Tamil Nadu to four years in prison for corruption in a case that was filed 18 years ago. The judge held Chief Minister Jayalalithaa Jayaram "guilty of amassing wealth disproportionate to known sources of her income," prosecutor G Bhavani Singh told reporters outside the court earlier on Saturday. She was sentenced to four years ...

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Thin Diamond Films Provide New Material for Micro-Machines

Airbags, inkjet printers and video projectors may not seem to have much in common, but all three rely on the action of tiny, microscale devices in order to work properly. These devices, known as microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), are of growing interest to researchers because of their wide range of applications, from microphones to biosensors. Most of the current generation of MEMS are made primarily of ...

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Pakistan Summons Afghan Envoy Over Border Attacks

Pakistan has summoned Afghanistan's charge d'affaires over another cross-border attack by terrorists, officials said. Pakistan's foreign ministry said a soldier was killed during 'a sniper attack from the Afghan side of the border on a Pakistani military post near Ghakhai Pass in Bajaur Agency', Xinhua reported. 'It was stressed to the charge d'affaires that the Afghan authorities must take concrete action ...

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Resolve the Election Stalemate

President Hamid Karzai welcomed a UN mediation for Afghanistan’s election stalemate. Earlier, presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah had denounced the electoral bodies for their partiality in the elections and called on his team observers to cut ties with the Independent Election Commission and the Electoral Complaints Commission. Abdullah insisted that the electoral bodies have lost credibility as they h ...

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Indonesia Installs Top Businessman As Economic Chief Minister

JAKARTA, Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono on Monday officially installed one of the richest men in the country, Chairul Tanjung, as coordinating minister for economy at the State Palace. Tanjung replaces Hatta Rajasa who resigned last week for competing the July presidential polls, as running mate of presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto from the Indonesian Great Movement Party. Tanjung, 51, ...

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US to do ‘everything possible’ to aid girls rescue

    Addis Ababa, (AFP) US Secretary of State John Kerry today vowed that Washington will do "everything possible" to help Nigeria deal with Boko Haram militants, following the kidnapping of scores of schoolgirls. "Let me be clear. The kidnapping of hundreds of children by Boko Haram is an unconscionable crime," Kerry said in a policy speech in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa. ...

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Relief Should be Enhanced for Flood-Hit Provinces

A number of Northern provinces have been worst hit by flash floods with about 150 people dead and many others missing. According to local officials, around 6,000 families have been affected as result of the recent flooding in the Northern provinces. With each day passing, the dimension of the crises emerges even bigger. The death tolls are increasing and thousands of people are desperate for receiving help ...

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Taliban Leaders among 6 Killed in Kapisa Operations

At least six Taliban militants including two Taliban commanders were killed following military operations by Afghan security forces in Kapisa province. Provincial police spokesman, Samonyar Humayun said the Taliban militants were killed during military operations in Nejrab district. Mr. Humayun further added the operations were launched three days back to clear the area from militants’ activities. He said t ...

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Nine Killed in Attacks in Pakistan’s Volatile Northwest

Islamabad - Nine people, including policemen, were killed and dozens wounded in two separate bomb and gun attacks in Pakistan's volatile northwest on Tuesday, police said, a week after the Taliban refused to extend a ceasefire with the government. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif took power last year promising to end years of fighting with Taliban insurgents through peace negotiations. Talks began in February bu ...

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Russian Forces Storm Ukraine Naval HQ in Crimea

Kiev - Russian troops and unarmed men stormed Ukraine's naval headquarters in the Crimean port of Sevastopol on Wednesday and raised the Russian flag in a tense but peaceful takeover that signals Moscow's intent to neutralize any armed opposition. Russian soldiers, and so-called "self-defense" units of mainly unarmed volunteers who are supporting them across the Black Sea peninsula, moved in early in the mo ...

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Two Men Arrested Over Buckingham Palace Break-In

London - British police have arrested two men after a break-in at Buckingham Palace this week, one of the most serious security breaches at Queen Elizabeth's London residence in about 30 years. A police spokesman said one man was found in the palace in an area that is open to the public at about 10.30 p.m. on Monday. He had scaled a fence to gain entry to the palace grounds. He was arrested for burglary, tr ...

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No Crisis after 2014: Ghani

PUL-I-ALAM - Security Transition Commission head Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai on Monday said anyone gambling over the fate of Afghanistan would not be succeed in their nefarious designs. During a visit to central Logar province, the ex-finance minister said some countries, organisations and parties believed Afghanistan would plunge in a crisis after 2014, but they were mistaken. “Anyone gambling over Afghanistan’s ...

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8 Killed as 9-Hour Kabul Clash Ends

Kabul - Three policemen and five attackers were killed and a dozen others wounded during a nine-hour clash that erupted as a group of suicide bombers stormed the Kabul traffic police headquarters on Monday morning, officials said. Five Taliban militants sneaked into the compound after shooting dead three unarmed policemen in the Deh Mazang locality of the capital at 5:30am, entering a fierce gunbattle with ...

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