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Afghanistan’s Taliban-Run Government not Reliant on Foreign Aid: Mujahid

Khaama Press 26 Jan 2023
Zabiullah Mujahid, the Islamic Emirate Spokesperson on Wednesday said on Twitter that the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) report that the current Afghanistan administration will collapse due to economic challenges is incorrect.
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U.S. frees Afghan arrested on border

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 26 Jan 2023
Wasi Safi, an intelligence officer for the Afghan National Security Forces, fled Afghanistan after the withdrawal of U.S ... Sami Safi said he is pleased the criminal case has been dropped but that he remains frustrated about how his sibling has been treated in light of his family's support for the U.S in Afghanistan ... withdrawal from Afghanistan.
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Afghan soldier seeking US asylum freed from immigration hold

New York Post 26 Jan 2023
afghanistan ... Wasi Safi, an intelligence officer for the Afghan National Security Forces, fled Afghanistan following the withdrawal of US forces in August 2021, fearing reprisals from the Taliban because he had provided US forces with information on terrorists ... US in Afghanistan.
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CACC adds two officers to aid campus police department

Sylacauga News 26 Jan 2023
Central Alabama Community College (CACC) has announced that two full-time officers will be joining the ranks of its campus police department. Officers Luis Mejia and Sabrina Osborne have been hired to serve in the department ... “I am very excited about Officer Osborne and Mejia joining the force,” Hodge said.
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Federal Prosecutors Drop Charges against Afghan Military Vet Accused of Crossing Southern Border Illegally

National Review 26 Jan 2023
Safi, 27, is a former lieutenant and intelligence officer in Afghanistan’s elite special forces who fought alongside American soldiers ....
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Prince Harry lands himself in trouble: Duke issued new warning by ex-CIA official

The News International 26 Jan 2023
A security official has warned that the Duke - who served for ten years in the UK military and undertook two tours of Afghanistan - will need to beef up his security.
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Mike Bianchi: Honoring fallen soldiers through kids, assist from Jack Nicklaus

TDN 26 Jan 2023
Aaron Torian — died in Afghanistan nine years ago ... Longview officer reviewed for texting teen in 2014 ... That’s when he phoned his girlfriend Jurley from the Marine Corps recruiting office ... That team was the United States Marines and that field was in the mountains of Afghanistan.
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AP News in Brief at 12:04 a.m. EST

Eagle-Tribune 26 Jan 2023
Office on Drugs and Crime ... office's regional representative Jeremy Douglas ... opium and heroin producer in the world after Afghanistan," Douglas said ... Wasi Safi, an intelligence officer for the Afghan National Security Forces, fled Afghanistan following the withdrawal of U.S.
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My Five Cents..... by Texas State Senator Robert Nichols

KJAS 26 Jan 2023
On January 25, 1839 the official flag of Texas was adopted by the Third Congress of the Republic of Texas. It specified the look of the iconic Lone Star Flag that we know and love today ... 1 ... 2 ... 3 ... 4 ... Abdul Wasi Safi is a former Afghan special forces intelligence officer who worked directly with US forces in Afghanistan ... 5 ... ....
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Leopards vs. the Russian Bear

Antiwar 26 Jan 2023
Several of us undersigned were intelligence officers during Vietnam 55 ... Fuller, Vice-Chair, National Intelligence Council (ret.) Philip Giraldi, CIA, Operations Officer (ret.) Matthew Hoh, former Capt., USMC, Iraq and Foreign Service Officer, Afghanistan (associate VIPS) Larry C.
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Leopards vs. the Russian Bear. Alert Memorandum for the President

GlobalResearch 26 Jan 2023
Several of us undersigned were intelligence officers during Vietnam 55 ... Fuller, Vice-Chair, National Intelligence Council (ret.) Philip Giraldi, CIA, Operations Officer (ret.) Matthew Hoh, former Capt., USMC, Iraq and Foreign Service Officer, Afghanistan (associate VIPS) Larry C.
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AP News in Brief at 9:04 p.m. EST

The Richmond Register 26 Jan 2023
The AP Interview. Pope says homosexuality not a crime ... “Being homosexual isn’t a crime,” Francis said during an exclusive interview Tuesday with The Associated Press ... Donald Trump to be allowed back on Facebook after 2-year ban ... Wasi Safi, an intelligence officer for the Afghan National Security Forces, fled Afghanistan following the withdrawal of U.S.
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AP News in Brief at 11:04 p.m. EST

Times-Tribune 26 Jan 2023
The AP Interview. Pope says homosexuality not a crime ... “Being homosexual isn’t a crime,” Francis said during an exclusive interview Tuesday with The Associated Press ... Donald Trump to be allowed back on Facebook after 2-year ban ... Wasi Safi, an intelligence officer for the Afghan National Security Forces, fled Afghanistan following the withdrawal of U.S.
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Around 500 needy families receive humanitarian aid in Kabul

Beijing News 25 Jan 2023
Amid a severe humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan under the Taliban regime, the citizens have been living a miserable life ... Within a year, the help will reach at least 280,000 people in 25 provinces of Afghanistan, the head of the OIC office in Kabul, Muhammad Saeed Al-Ayash said.
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Family of Afghan Soldier Detained in Texas Pleas for His Release

The Epoch Times 25 Jan 2023
The family of Abdul Wasi Safi, 26, an Afghan combat intelligence officer who worked with U.S ... “He believed in the mission of this country in Afghanistan.

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