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Monday, November 12, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Local officials have said that rockets firing from Pakistan have been continuing on parts of the eastern Kunar and Nuristan provinces and got harshness.
According to Nuristan police chief Ghulam Allah Nuristani who said yesterday that some 200 rockets fired from Pakistan had hit parts of Kamdish and Watapor districts over the past 24 hours which caused property damages.
Nuristan governor Tamim Nuristani said that the rockets fired from Pakistani military base, Mirkanai.
Watapor in Kunar also received several rockets fired from Pakistan over the past 24 hours which left a child injured, local officials said.

Monday, November 12, 2012
Kabul (BNA) A delegation of independent commission on supervising implementation of constitution visited Pul-e-Charkhi yesterday.
Headed by Gul Rahman Qazi, and accompanied by officials from education and transport ministries, the objective of the visit was to inspect the situation of prisoners and ensuring justice in disposing their cases in accordance with the law of the land.
Director of the prisons, Amir Mohammad Jamshid also promised to spare no efforts in solving the problems of the detainees.

Monday, November 12, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Marshal Mohammad Qaseem Fahim acting president of Afghanistan strongly condemned planting of mine in Sabri district of Khost province as a result of which six innocent civilians including a child and two women were martyred.
Marshal Fahim conveyed his sorrows to the victim families and stressed that these are inhuman acts.
He instructed the security forces to legally follow the perpetrators of this incident.

Monday November 12 2012
Kabul (BNA) Spokesman of defense ministry General Zahir Azimi has reported decrease in the attacks of anti-government militants over the past three months.
In his remarks yesterday, General Azimi noted that drop down the militants’ attacks indicates of their weakness, capacity building of national security forces especially the national army and improving security situation in the country.
In talks with BNA yesterday, the defense ministry spokesman added that the units of national army had conducted 80 percent of the military operations so far this year and the security situation is relatively better in areas where the national security forces has taken over security responsibility from the NATO-led force.
Azimi also went on to say that the leadership of the national defense ministry would do its best to enhance capability of the national army.