WASHINGTON (PAN): Britain promised on Thursday it would not abandon Afghan interpreters with its military but the Afghan government would like to see as many of these people as possible making their future in their country.
KABUL (PAN): Following an overnight clash on the British-mandate frontier called Durand Line, a large number of Afghans joined an anti-Pakistan campaign on Facebook, stoutly supporting local security forces.
KABUL (PAN): The All Afghanistan Federation of Trade Unions (AAFTU) president on Wednesday said joblessness was increasing with each passing day but the government was doing nothing for provide work opportunities for the people.
KANDAHAR CITY (PAN): Members of the public uprising in Panjwai district on Monday asked the government to establish schools, health clinics and initiate reconstruction and job-creating projects in the restive town.
JALALABAD (PAN): Leaders of protests against Nangarhar Governor Gul Agha Sherzai on Thursday announced a week-long halt to their campaign, saying a big gathering of tribal elders would take place next Thursday to decide their future line of action.
JALALABAD (PAN): Protesting residents of eastern Nangarhar province on Wednesday warned of boycotting next year's presidential and provincial elections if action was not taken against Governor Gul Agha Sherzai.