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    Kabul Press newspaper online

    About Kabul Press English online newspaper : Kabul Press newspaper is English language newspaper in Afghanistan. Average page views is more than 500, 000 for month. For some articles, it has more than 7, 00, 000 views. On online Kabul Press provides more than 5, 000 articles for free. Viewers can resad past dated articles also here.

    Geolocation: Afghanistan

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    Kabul Press epaper

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    Language English
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    More about Kabul Press newspaper : Kabul Press is Afghanistan's most frequently read news and debate website. Kabul Press is a major Afghan internet media outlet with regular updates of segments in Dari and English. The Afghan Secret Police have detained editor Kamran Mir Hazar twice to instigate an outrage from international organizations of press freedom.