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    Security and Crime

    Groups who planned to attack jirga thwarted: Bashari

    KABUL (PAN): Four groups of insurgents who planned to disrupt a three-day peace advisory jirga in Kabul were either killed or arrested, a senior official said on Sunday.



    Governance

    Analysts insist on presence of foreign troops

    KABUL (PAN): Foreign troops are needed in Afghanistan and there should be no talk of them withdrawing until Afghan security forces are capable of protecting the country, experts said Friday.



    Security and Crime

    Students demand govt take action against proselytisers

    KABUL (PAN): Hundreds of university students protested in Kabul on Monday, demanding the government stop international groups from converting Muslims to Christianity and Judaism.



    Security and Crime

    Only attacker killed in Kabul blast

    KABUL (PAN): Only the suicide attacker was killed in the bombing on the eastern outskirts of Kabul on Saturday, an official of the Ministry of Defence (MoD) said.



    Security and Crime

    New US prison at Bagram offers hope to detainees

    KABUL (PAN): Lahor Gul has spent the past 18 months at a detention facility at Bagram Air Base, the largest US prison in Afghanistan. Now, his case is being heard by a US military panel which will determine if he should be released or held longer.



    Sports

    Afghans beat Turkey in friendly football match

    KABUL (PAN): Afghanistan beat the Turkish Provincial Reconstruction Team during a friendly football match in the capital Kabul on Wednesday.



    Security and Crime

    Army sent to settle ethnic clash: Atmar

    KABUL (PAN): Afghan soldiers have been sent to central Maidan Wardak province to stop the fighting between Hazara and Kuchi tribes, the interior minister said on Tuesday.



    Security and Crime

    209 killed last week, security incidents drop 14 pc

    KABUL (PAN): More than 200 people were killed last week in 140 security incidents across Afghanistan, a 14 percent drop from the week before, an official said on Sunday.