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30 September 2014
•Leaders of unity government sworn in
•New President pledges to restore peace and dismantle parallel government structures
•Abdullah enumerates his commitments
•Document allegedly unveils details of power sharing deal
•Hamid Karzai urges new government to prioritize peace
•Former spokesman praises Hamid Karzai as ‘an outstanding personality’
•EU, UN hail formation of unity government ;
•New vice presidents introduced to office
•Source: Government officials not prepared to sign BSA
•28 lives lost on power transfer day
•Taliban hang three more robbers in Paktya
•Taliban kills district development council official

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29 September 2014
• President-elect, chief executive to swear in on Monday
• Foreign Minister calls for further global support to NATO mission in Afghanistan
• Deputy Speaker of Upper House: New government should not sign the BSA hastily
• Senators call for hasty signing of BSA, fundamental reforms in electoral commissions
• Canadian Minister calls for dismantlement of terrorists’ centres in Pakistan
• Former Pakistan envoy: Durand Line is formal Pak-Afg border
• President Karzai endorses execution verdict for a kidnapper
• International Right to Information Day marked in Kabul
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27 September 2014
• Haysom named new UN special representative
• Biden, Sharif reiterate their support for a sovereign Afghanistan
• Sharif: Kabul, Islamabad facing similar problems
• Iran wants cooperative ties with Ghani admin
• Karzai signs death penalty for Kabul rape convicts
• Nangarhar, Khost prisoners on hunger strike
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25 September 2014
•Abdullah Optimistic about the National Unity Government
•Unity government to spur refugees’ return, hopes UN
•6 civilians wounded in Spin Boldak blast
•Logar militants seize DAFA driver, vehicles
•Atal wins 2014 UN Youth Courage Award
•1 dead, 20 injured in Faryab explosion
•44.5 per cent respondents believe rapists enjoy impunity: Survey
•Afghan mission: A failure or success?
Ahmadzai is not an elected president - Balkh governor; Lower House says IEC officials should be introduced to judiciary institutions; NATO official says security agreement to be signed one day after inauguration; Ahmadzai says his government will ensure social justice; British defense minister reiterates his country’s assistance to Afghanistan.
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24 September 2014
•Abdullah to assume charges as chief executive
•Balkh governor: Ashraf Ghani is not an elected president
•Upper House to summon IEC officials for not announcing poll results
•Avoid haste in BSA approval, lawmakers tell new government
•Capability, professionalism and commitments among standards for new cabinet pick
•Wednesday’s meeting of cabinet cancelled
•Official: IS starts its activities in Ghazni
•Seeking release, prisoners go on strike
•ALP accused of occupying civilian homes
•Dozens of people suffering from anthrax in Badakhshan ;
Karzai: US doesn’t want peace in Afghanistan; MPs: Electoral officials must be referred to courts; Muhaqiq: No opposition party from Abdullah; Senators call for reform of electoral institutions; Ahmadzai says will imprison corrupt officials; Sangin under fire.
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23 September 2014

· Foreign Minister takes Pakistan shelling issue to UN
· IEC under fire for not releasing vote totals
· Balkh governor endorses unity government
· Russian envoy: National unity government to last long
· Senior member of Reform and Partnership team survives assassination attempt
· Expert: Mullah Omar died six month ago
· MoI captures small unmanned aircraft
· 25 Pakistani rockets landed in Kunar
· AIHRC says children rape cases on rise in Kandahar ;

Ahmadzai vows to dismantle all parallel government structures; Agreement on unity government hailed globally; OAA: New president’s inauguration on 29 September; Kabul residents call for punishment of IEC officials, IEC reacts; Senior lawmaker calls for immediate signing of BSA; NDS: Close aide of Mullah Omar killed.
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22 September 2014

· UN asks IEC just to name election winner
· Kerry: A moment of great statesmanship
· ISAF greets Ahmadzai, Abdullah
· EU observers allege large-scale fraud
· Provincial polls: Decision on complaints soon
· International Day of Peace marked in a number of provinces
· Protestors demand public execution of killers


IEC announces run-off results; Presidential candidates sign unity deal; Foreign guests to be invited in presidential inauguration ceremony; US, UN and NATO welcome signing of unity government deal; Iran, Pakistan, EU welcome Afghan unity deal; Electoral teams say electoral tensions left behind.
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21 September 2014
•The inverted UN role in election
•Karzai assures successor of all-out support
•Poll results to be announced today
•Civil society organizations calls for meaningful peace talks
•ALP loots houses in garb of operation
•Governor: Justice system not active in many Zabul districts
•Turkmen troops enter Afghan territory ;
Karzai says good news about election to come soon; IEC: Run-off results to be announced Sunday; Candidates reach agreement on national unity deal; TEFA warns a coalition government wouldn’t be effective; Rabbani says public vote should be respected; Sayyaf calls killers of Afghan forces and Jihadi leaders ‘infidels’.
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20 September 2014
Afghan media:
• IECC: Decision on complaints irreversible
• Rabbani’s death anniversary observed
• Ghani, Abdullah campaigns expect agreement today
• Final vote results announcement likely today, IEC says
• Karzai: Good news is around the corner
• Sayyaf calls killers of Afghan forces and Jihadi leaders ‘infidels’
• Taliban executes school students over espionage charges in Kunar ;
UN envoy warns of civil war, civilian casualties; Candidates differ only on results announcement; IEC rejects IECC’s decisions for vote invalidation; Mullahs threaten women, say they should stay at home; UK diplomat calls on candidates to respect people’s will; ANA eliminates 30 Afghan, Pakistani insurgents.
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20 September 2014

Afghan media:

· IECC: Decision on complaints irreversible
· Rabbani’s death anniversary observed
· Ghani, Abdullah campaigns expect agreement today
· Final vote results announcement likely today, IEC says
· Karzai: Good news is around the corner
· Sayyaf calls killers of Afghan forces and Jihadi leaders ‘infidels’
· Taliban executes school students over espionage charges in Kunar

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