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Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah speaks to the media after voting at a polling station in Kabul, April 5, 2014.
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Anti-government militants in their attack against the establishment launched a bomb attack on a bus of government employees in the outskirts of Afghan capital Kabul, injuring at least seven people on Sunday, Kabul police said in a statement released here.
Chris Chesla embraces his children Christian, 3, and Taylor, 4, during a homecoming ceremony March 31, 2014, for 44 Fort Carson Soldiers of the 663rd Ordnance Company, 242nd Explosive Ordnance Disposal Battalion, 71st Ordnance Group at the Special Events Center at Fort Carson, Colo.
A US 'Predator' drone passes overhead at a forward operating base near Kandahar on January 1, 2009.
KABUL: The only surviving child of slain AFP reporter Sardar Ahmad has been discharged from hospital as he continues to recover from bullet wounds to his skull, chest and thigh.
Incheon has been striving to keep this year's Games below the $2 bn mark. South Korea has said it wants the event to be economical and effective rather than trying to match Guangzhou's "materialism and nationalism."
Magnificent Delusions: Pakistan, the United States, and an Epic History of Misunderstanding , by Husain Haqqani, PublicAffairs, RRPA 19.99/RRP$28.99, 432 page Pakistan as the source of Afghanistan's troubles, and as a breeding ground for international Islamist terror: these are not new realities, but it has taken more than a decade for the world ... (more)
Tracee Herbaugh, with her mother, Sharon Herbaugh, at Parkview Elementary School in Lamar, Colo., during a presentation Sharon gave on foreign correspondents in 1990.
WAM KABUL, April 17th 2014 -- A large-scale Food Fortification Programme in Afghanistan, funded by the U.A.E.'s Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Foundation and implemented by the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition , is providing iodine to 29 salt factories in Afghanistan in an effort to reduce deaths and disabilities associated with nutritional ... (more)
The brother of a Calgary woman gunned down in a Kabul hotel earlier this month told reporters Thursday that her death was not in vain.
Leaks from a Senate Intelligence Committee report on the CIA torture program revealed that harsh interrogation tactics were much more widespread than previously claimed by the spy agency.
In an interview with RFE/RL, presidential frontrunner Ashraf Ghani said that he is prepared to contest a runoff election if necessary in order to ensure a strong mandate.
Hey, isn't that British rocker PJ Harvey, blending in among the cherry blossom-ogling crowds on the Metro on Wednesday, the way only a striking, black-clad rock star can? A tipster spotted Harvey and a silver-haired companion waiting for a train on the platform at the Gallery Place metro stop.