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Afghan leader Hamid Karzai promised Thursday to wring concessions out of the joined States in negotiations for a security pact for the homeland, as Washington likes to maintain nine military bases in Afghanistan after ISAF armies remove in 2014.
Natsios (centre) meets with then Afghan Interim Chairman Hamid Karzai and U.S...When a Southeast Asian country was riddled with corruption in a bygone era, there were rumours that government officials routinely offered receipts every time they
Pakistan, Monday, asserted that the Durand-Line with Afghanistan was a settled one and opening up debate on this issue would not serve interests of any country. Responding to a query regarding President Karzai's recent press conference in Kabul, the
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EDT, Sat May 4, 2013 (CNN) -- Afghan President Hamid Karzai says he has received assurances from the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency's station chief in Kabul that it will continue the delivery of cash as it has for the last decade to his offices. "
Dark Money" has been described in political terms as money that's not traceable, can affect political contests or motivations, and most importantly that the populace knows nothing about. Oftentimes dark money trades hands via digital bank transfers
Following in the footsteps of senators, Wolesi Jirga members on Wednesday asked President Hamid Karzai to brief them on cash receipt from the Central Investigation Agency (
The ghost money is financial support to the presidential palace, she says, and such payments are made in mutual agreement between two parties. But most people on the street in Kabul don't see it that way. Mohammad Wali, a 20-year-old student, says it'
Revelations that the CIA handed cash payments to Afghanistan's presidential office provoked criticism but little surprise from opposition groups and transparency campaigners in Kabul on Tuesday. The New York Times reported on Monday that the US
The centered understanding bureau U.S. (CIA) delivered for more than ten years tens of millions of dollars in money to the office of Afghan President Hamid Karzai, according to the American bulletin The New York Times. Karzai verified soon