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A Brief History of Kill Lists, from Langley to Lavender

Antiwar 17 Apr 2024
... of a database system, used in Iraq and Afghanistan, that compiled cellphone numbers mined from captured cellphones to generate an ever-expanding target list for night raids and air strikes.
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Mine explosion in Kandahar kills one child

Khaama Press 16 Apr 2024
According to UNICEF, Afghanistan remains one of the most heavily mined and explosive remnants of war (ERW) contaminated countries globally, with 85% of casualties being children.
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2 children killed, 3 wounded in unexploded ordnances blasts in Afghanistan

Xinhua 16 Apr 2024
Afghanistan reportedly is one of the most mine-contaminated countries in the world as the unexploded devices and mines have been left over from more than four decades of wars and civil strife in the past.
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A Brief History of Kill Lists, From Langley to Israel’s AI System Called “Lavender”

GlobalResearch 16 Apr 2024
... of a database system, used in Iraq and Afghanistan, that compiled cellphone numbers mined from captured cellphones to generate an ever-expanding target list for night raids and air strikes.
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65% Decrease in Coal Exports Last Year

Tolo News 14 Apr 2024
"Since Afghanistan's mines are a good source of revenue for investment and also for our government, we need to meet the demands of foreign countries through trade agreements ... sector from Afghanistan.
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Kabul Factory Owners Complain About Lack of Electricity

Tolo News 14 Apr 2024
The spokesman for Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat, Hekmatullah Maiwandi, said ... According to statistics from the Afghanistan Chamber of Industries and Mines, there are 600 active factories in Kabul’s industrial parks.
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60% Completion of Sheberghan-Mazar-e-Sharif Gas Pipeline

Tolo News 12 Apr 2024
The Ministry of Mines and Petroleum reported that 60% of the construction work on the Sheberghan to Mazar-e-Sharif gas pipeline has been completed ... Humayun Afghan, the spokesperson for the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum, said.
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Major Investments Made in Mining Sector: Ministry

Tolo News 10 Apr 2024
The Ministry of Mines and Petroleum reported that an investment of ten billion afghani has been made in 150 small mines and 7 billion US dollars in 30 large mines ... "Mines are one of the very important and fundamental sectors.
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Nimroz Officials: About 120,000 Migrants Expelled From Iran

Tolo News 06 Apr 2024
If job opportunities in Afghanistan were suitable, we would never go ... We want migrants coming from outside of Afghanistan to be involved in projects such as mining extraction and other large projects in the country.
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George W. Bush Institute: Countries Benefit from Afghanistan's Mines

Tolo News 05 Apr 2024
Afghanistan's mines are contracted to domestic companies based on the country's national interests through a free and transparent bidding process, and after the contract is awarded, they are strictly ...
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560 killed and injured in mine explosion across Afghanistan in 2023

Khaama Press 04 Apr 2024
... being cleared of mines, the threat hasn’t been reduced to zero, and people are still falling victim to them ... He also expressed hope that Afghanistan will be mine-free in the coming years.
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Mine awareness day: 45,000 killed and injured in recent wars in Afghanistan

Khaama Press 04 Apr 2024
The Afghanistan branch of the Save the Children organization reported on the Wednesday that nearly 60 children, mostly, become victims of leftover mine explosions monthly ... mine-contaminated countries.
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Deputy PM Calls for Expanded Demining Efforts in Afghanistan

Tolo News 04 Apr 2024
Speaking at the program, the Deputy Prime Minister of the Islamic Emirate for political affairs said that Afghanistan is among the countries that, despite fighting this phenomenon, the dangers of mines have not yet been reduced to zero.
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Unexploded Ordnance Still Claiming Lives in Afghanistan

Tolo News 02 Apr 2024
The United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund (UNICEF) said the majority of the victims of unexploded ordnance and mines in Afghanistan are children. UNICEF reported that Afghanistan was ...
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UNAMA: Over 40,000 Afghan victims of explosive mines in three decades

Khaama Press 02 Apr 2024
The United Nations Deputy Assistance Mission in Afghanistan stated that over the past 35 years, including children and women, 44,000 civilians in Afghanistan have been victims of mine explosions and explosive materials.
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