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Afghanistan must take more steps towards good governance in order to make the most of the generosity of the international community, as evidenced in the Tokyo conference, Nato civilian spokesman in Afghanistan Dominic Medley said Monday.
"Afghanistan must continue to make progress in governance reform in reinforcing values which are enshrined in the constitution of Afghanistan," Medley said at the press conference in Kabul.
Two Afghan civilians were killed and 13 others were wounded on Monday in a two-pronged insurgent attack in southern Kandahar province's capital, local officials said.
The first incident happened at 2:20 PM in the Ojak Ba Ba area of Kandahar city's fourth district when a motorbike strapped with explosives, and travelling with three people on it, detonated without an apparent target, provincial spokesman Jawid Faisal said.
Students and teachers in Afghanistan's southern Nuristan province protested against Taliban school closures on Monday, resuming classes despite death threats from the local militants, local officials told TOLOnews.
Students and teachers in the province's Wigal district went to school in an attempt to resume lessons, urging the Taliban to allow them to attend class and continue their education, provincial spokesman Mohammad Zarin said.