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    Business & Economics

    Tribal ministry officials to sit competency test

    KABUL (PAN): The Borders and Tribal Affairs Minister on Wednesday signed an agreement to require his ministry officials sit a skill assessment test aimed at hiring qualified staffers on different posts.



    Business & Economics

    Hakimi introduced as Ariana Airlines' new chief

    KABUL (PAN): Nasir Ahmad Hakimi, who has been appointed as head the state-owned Ariana Afghan Airlines, was Sunday introduced to employees of the national carrier.



    Governance

    Children share problems with officials, MPs

    KABUL (PAN): A number of children discussed their problems with government officials and lawmakers during Saturday's session of the Wolesi Jirga, lower house of parliament.



    Governance

    Iran aids experts' return to Afghanistan

    KABUL (PAN): The Iranian government on Tuesday pledged $400,000 in aid for facilitating the return Afghan experts to their country.



    Security and Crime

    Families of war crime victims seek justice

    KABUL (PAN): Families of victims on Monday demanded concrete action against those involved in crimes against humanity over the past three decades of conflict.



    Accidents & Disasters

    Fire incidents cause 300m afs losses this year

    KABUL (PAN): As many as 936 incidents of fire that occurred this year have caused property losses amounting to more than 300 million afghanis ($6.1 million), an official said on Monday.



    Culture

    Afghan journalists to be trained in Lahore

    KABUL (PAN): Fifteen Afghan journalists are being sent to Pakistan for a month-long training course in Punjab province, the South Asian Free Media Association (SAFMA) said on Sunday.



    Security and Crime

    Afghans face problems in getting German visas

    KABUL (PAN): A number of Afghans intending to take part in next month's Bonn Conference on Afghanistan's future have complained facing numerous problems in obtaining visas for Germany.



    Governance

    Denmark promises aid beyond 2014

    KABUL (PAN): Danish Foreign Minister Villy Sovndal on Saturday promised his country would continue to provide Afghanistan civilian aid beyond 2014 when all foreign troops are scheduled to pull out.



    Governance

    Denmark promises aid beyond 2014

    KABUL (PAN): Danish Foreign Minister Villy Sovndal on Saturday promised his country would continue to provide Afghanistan civilian aid beyond 2014 when all foreign troops are scheduled to pull out.