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TOLOnews 10pm News 12 February 2020

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani made most of his foreign trips to the United Arab Emirates after assuming office as president in 2014.

A report by TOLOnews shows that Ghani made eight trips to the UAE where he was accompanied by his security chiefs, among them the National Security Advisor, the head of National Directorate of Security (NDS) and Abdul Salam Rahimi, his former chief of staff and the current state minister on peace affairs.

The Chief Executive's Office said Wednesday that there is a double standard in the detention and prosecution of those accused of corruption or found guilty by justice and judicial institutions.

Earlier, the Attorney General's Office stated their decision to imprison more than seven thousand seven hundred criminals, but the office now does not provide current information about whether or not these sentences were implemented or not.

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TOLOnews 10pm News 12 February 2020

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani made most of his foreign trips to the United Arab Emirates after assuming office as president in 2014.

A report by TOLOnews shows that Ghani made eight trips to the UAE where he was accompanied by his security chiefs, among them the National Security Advisor, the head of National Directorate of Security (NDS) and Abdul Salam Rahimi, his former chief of staff and the current state minister on peace affairs.

The Chief Executive's Office said Wednesday that there is a double standard in the detention and prosecution of those accused of corruption or found guilty by justice and judicial institutions.

Earlier, the Attorney General's Office stated their decision to imprison more than seven thousand seven hundred criminals, but the office now does not provide current information about whether or not these sentences were implemented or not.

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