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Following the 1978 coup, the Kabul Times was renamed New Kabul Times, and began to print Communist rhetoric that was reminiscent of days during the Cold War and was highly confrontative to the Western culture.
As of 2002[update], the Kabul Times is a daily paper that is in circulation in Afghanistan.
- Times of Kabul
- Kabul Times, 1962-1980, University of Arizona Libraries Digital Collections.
- Kabul Times, 1962-1983, Criss Library, University of Nebraska at Omaha.
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