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Sunday October 14 2012
Kabul (BNA) Chief Justice Abdul Salam Azimi received the Stephen McFl and the US ambassador on the rule of law here yesterday.
In the meeting matters pertaining to the projects supported by USAID and implemented by the judiciary came under discussion.
While expressing his gratitude for the US support, the chief justice noted that the support has yielded positive result and the Supreme Court hopes the support for the capacity building of judiciary would continue for the development of judiciary and management.
The US diplomat for his part, noted in the meeting that the US attaches great importance to support judiciary in Afghanistan, saying the US wants judiciary system in Afghanistan to become enough capable and play its role for ensuring the rule of law in the country.

Sunday October 14 2012
Kabul (BNA) President Hamid Karzai accepted the credentials of the new Swedish ambassador to Afghanistan in a special ceremony at the presidential palace.
After the ceremony they discussed further expansion of bilateral relations.
The president wished success for the new Swedish ambassador and appreciated the Swedish government assistance to Afghanistan during the Jehad years as well as the Swedish government commitments for financial assistance to Afghanistan up to the year 2025 at the Tokyo conference.
President Karzai expressed the hope that the Swedish government continue and expand its assistance to Afghanistan in health and education areas.
The Swedish ambassador assured that his country will continue its assistance to Afghanistan after 2014 as well.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Dr. Zalmai Rasul and head of the protocol department of the foreign ministry were also present at the ceremony.

Sunday, October 14, 2012
Kabul (BNA) President Hamid Karzai received the credentials of the new Bulgarian ambassador Nikolai Yakov in a ceremony at the presidential palace.
After this ceremony president Karzai and the Bulgarian ambassador to Afghanistan exchanged views on further expansion of ties in different spheres.
Appreciating the assistance of Bulgaria to Afghanistan president Karzai wished the new ambassador success. 
The new Bulgarian ambassador said that during his mission he will strive for further consolidation of bilateral ties between the two nations. 
Present also were Dr. Zalami Rasul Foreign Minister and Hameed Seedeq head of the protocol of the foreign ministry.

Sunday, October 14, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Following telephonic conversation with Pakistani president Asif Ali Zardari, President Karzai in letters to the Pakistani political and religious in respect to the terrorist attack on Malalai Yusufzai said that both countries should put up tough struggle and cooperate practically in suppressing terrorism and extremism. 
The letters it is said that attack on a girl indicates that the people of both sides of the Duran Line are facing a very dangerous enemy who want that the present and the future generation live in darkness, close the schools and madares and deprive them of education.
He added that for years such attacks are launched against the schools and the students of Afghanistan, for this very reason the people of Afghanistan feel very well the pains of this attack on Malalai Yusufzai and consider this attack on all the girls of Afghanistan.
The letter adds that Malalai indeed was encouraging other girls for education and she was fond of receiving her education and the terrorist attack on her is against the sacred Islam religion and a shameless cultural enmity.
The president further added that the people of both countries expressed their condemnation of this shocking incident and the hatred shown by the political and national personalities indicates that this has been really a painful act. 
The hatred shown in this respect should not be silenced and with the cooperation of both sides, a very strong struggle should be made against terrorism and extremism so that our children are relieved from this cruelty.
The letters of president Karzai has been addressed to the Pakistani President Asif Zardari Prime Minister Raja Parwaiz Ashraf, leader of Muslim League Nawaz Sharif, former leader of Jamaat Islami Qazi Hussain Ahmad, leader of the Qaed Azam office Chaudari Shujaat Hussain, leader of the Pashtunkhwah National Awami League Mahmoud Khan Achekzai, leader of the Awami National Party Asfandyar Wali Khan, Jamiatul Ulema Islam Mawlana Samie Ul Haq, Pashtoon lleder Mohammad Afzal Khan Lala, leader of People’s Party Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpau, Baluchi leaders, Sardar Attaullah Mangal, Mir Hassel Khan Bezanju, and Nawabzada Telayee BUgti and the Mutaheda Tribal Movement leader Altaf Hussain.