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Tuesday, September 04, 2012
Cheghcheran (BNA) More than 1700 kg of narcotics were set on fire in Ghor province. 
These materials were collected by police during six last months from center and districts of that province. 
Abdul Hai Khatibi spokesman of Ghor governor said to BNA, these narcotics were collected from an area out of Cheghcheran center of Ghor and set on fire in presence of delegations of narcotic collection commission. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Tuesday, September 04, 2012
Kabul (BNA) In line with presidential order issued on the 93rd anniversary of the country’s independence, the 28th Assad, 20 female inmates were set free from Badam Bagh prison yesterday, Azizullah Sarbaz the director of commission for reviewing cases of the detainees said. 
There were 193 detainees in Badam Bagh jail, 20 out of these have been set free while the term of 29 others got decreased. 
Altogether is the country, some 500 women have been held in prisons which lower than in any country of the region which speaks of low rate involvement of women in criminal activities in the country.
 

Tuesday, September 04, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The Senate has condemned the killing of 12 civilians including a woman and injuring eight others by irresponsible armed groups in Kunduz on Sunday.
While condemning the gruesome incident, the administrative board of the Senate yesterday described killing civilians as an act against Islam and the cultural values of the people, calling on the people of Afghanistan particularly the elders and religious leaders to strengthen national unity and co-existence among the people.
In addition to praying for the early recovery of the injured people and expressing sympathy with families of the victim it also called on Kunduz authorities to bring to justice those behind the heinous crime.
 

Monday, September 03, 2012
Pul-e-Alam (BNA) Eight mine planters were killed in their own planting mine in Logar province last night. 
Deen Mohammad Darwesh spokesman of Logar governor said to BNA, these militias wanted to place roadside mines, the mines exploded and killed them. 
It should be said that two of them were lost their lives in their own mines in Deh Doahbna and two others in Dashtak area, Mohammad Agha district and four of them on the highway of Baraki Barak district.
T. Suraya-Yarzada