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1 hr ago | South China Morning Post
A gunman shot dead a Hong Kong-based Swedish-British journalist in central Kabul on Tuesday in a rare daylight murder of a foreigner in a city often hit by Taliban suicide attacks.
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1 hr ago | The Baltimore Sun
A gunmen shot dead a Swedish journalist outside a restaurant in one of the Afghan capital's most heavily secured districts on Tuesday morning, police and a witness said.
1 hr ago | India Talkies
Kabul, March 11: Unidentified armed men shot dead a Swedish journalist in Kabul Tuesday, a spokesman with the interior ministry said.
2 hrs ago | Suria
A foreign national was shot in the head and killed in central Kabul on Tuesday, a witness and doctor told AFP.
2 hrs ago | Vanguard
A foreign journalist working for a British news channel was shot on Tuesday by gunmen in the Afghan capital, police source said.
2 hrs ago | ABC News
A Swedish journalist was shot to death while he was talking to a translator Tuesday on a street in Kabul, according to officials and witnesses.
3 hrs ago | The Star Online
A Western journalist was shot by unknown gunmen central Kabul on Tuesday morning and died of his wounds in hospital, according to police in Afghan capital.
At just 32 years of age, Farkhunda Zahra Naderi is a Member of the Afghan Parliament, elected to represent Kabul.
U.S. Special Forces Soldiers attached to Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force-Afghanistan, practice combat marksmanship skills training on a range, near Kabul province, Afghanistan, Feb. 24, 2014.
Terre des hommes helps hundreds of thousands of children and their mothers to benefit from their right to healthcare, food and hygiene in a sustainable manner and within their communities.
Staff Sgt. Ross Worley has been through seven overseas deployments in his 16 years in the Army.
With critical Afghan elections just weeks away, U.S. and Afghan soldiers are focused on a daunting new mission: persuading residents of remote, insurgency-plagued areas to vote.
BAMIAN, Afghanistan>> It will be a long time before anyone calls this mountain town a tourist trap, especially at 9,000 feet when lows in the winter can plunge to 20 degrees below zero.