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Afghan

, Afghani
1. a native, citizen, or inhabitant of Afghanistan
2. another name for Pashto (the language)
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Official sources in Commissionerate of Afghan Refugees told here on Friday that registration of the unregistered Afghan refugees would start from July 25 that would continue till January 2016.
He expressed these views here at Governors House in a high level meeting regarding the repatriation of Afghan refugees.
According to Foreign Office, the Afghan government has informed the government of Pakistan that an investigation was still under way regarding the killing of 23 FC personnel in Afghanistan but so far no evidence has been recovered to prove Pakistan's allegations.
Dobbins noted that recent polling showed that two-thirds of Americans believed the Afghan war was not worth fighting, but 55 percent of Americans favored keeping some US forces in the country to train Afghan forces.
Despite Hamed Karzai's recent rhetoric which threatens to create a rift between Afghanistan and it's allies, the Coalition for Afghan Democracy is determined to highlight the need for April's election to remain free from interference or tampering by the Karzai government.
The aim of this programme was to maximize the contribution of Afghan expatriates living outside the country to the development of Afghanistan.
Kabul, June 18 (Xinhua-ANI): Afghan national forces will lead all military operations in the country from June 19, Afghan President Hamid Karzai said on Tuesday.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Afghan Foreign Ministry Spokesman Janan Mosazai said that no legal Afghan refugee has been expelled from Iran, calling on the media not to spread rumors in this regard.
Afghan Wireless ("AWCC"), Afghanistan's leading telecom operator and one of Afghanistan's largest private employers, has crossed a significant threshold in hiring more than 4,300 local Afghan employees.
Summary: An Afghan official said between 60 to 70 insurgents have been killed after they attacked bases used by NATO and Afghan forces in the eastern Paktika province.
Iranian border guards fired missiles across the border into Afghanistan and set off an exchange of fire with their Afghan counterparts last Wednesday, Afghan officials reported.
This policy is part of the larger counterinsur-gency (COIN) effort to help Afghans rebuild their country by providing legitimate, sustainable business opportunities to Afghan companies and jobs for Afghan citizens.