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The reaction in Kabul to the attack on the lakeside hotel outside the city showed a growing perception that the Taliban was weakening, according to commentators.
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At least 20 people were killed during a large-scale insurgent attack on the Lake Qargha hotel launched late Thursday night which continued until midday Friday.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai should act seriously against corruption in order to provide a better life for Afghan people, the country's anti-corruption head said Saturday.
Head of High Office of Oversight and Anti Corruption Azizullah Lodin said in an exclusive interview with TOLOnews that he hopes Karzai will stand by his promise to fight corruption seriously.
Scores of asylum-seekers, most believed to be Afghan, are still missing after their boat capsized in waters between Indonesia and Australia.
Two crew members are among the 109 survivors of the asylum-seeker boat tragedy north of Australia, it was revealed Saturday, with around 90 others still missing.