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The People’s Peace Movement members will walk for 20 kilometers every day in their 550-kilometer journey to the north.
Members of the peace movement handed a photo album to the EU ambassador highlighting the horrors of war.
Members of the public say they hope a second ceasefire leads to a permanent truce between government and the Taliban.
The British ambassador met with People’s Peace Movement members on Sunday and welcomed all peace efforts.
Addressing delegates at the Ulema anti-corruption meeting, the president said all citizens are responsible for their own actions.
The AG says war, poverty and unemployment are the main reasons for corruption while the Ulema council said corruption has led the war.
Peace activists started sit-in protest outside UK embassy after a three-day sit-in protest outside the Iranian embassy in Kabul.
Tajikistan activists said a lasting peace in Afghanistan is dependent on the will of Afghans for stability.
The activists meanwhile erected a blue tent in the street outside the embassy and pasted a number of posters on the embassy’s T-walls.
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