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  1. PM Modi recalls Karzai's contribution to strengthening of India-Afghan tiesRead the original story

    Oct 18, 2014 | Newkerala.com

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that both New Delhi and Kabul had new governments in place which look to former Afghan President Hamid Karzai as a mentor for guidance in the furtherance of bilateral relations. Prime Minister Modi, who had a telephonic conversation with Karzai today, recalled his contribution to the strengthening of India-Afghanistan relati ons.

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  2. Sartaj to visit Kabul today : October 18, 2014,Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 18, 2014 | Daily Times

    Adviser on National Security and Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz will be visiting Kabul today Sunday as the special envoy of the prime minister. According to a Foreign Office statement, the purpose of the visit is to convey the prime minister's formal invitation to President Asharf Ghani to visit Pakistan.

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  3. Pakistan PM's special envoy to visit AfghanistanRead the original story

    Oct 17, 2014 | Newkerala.com

    Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif will Sunday send his top security adviser Sartaj Aziz to Kabul as special envoy for talks with the new leadership, officials here said Friday. It will be the first formal visit of a senior Pakistani official to visit Kabul since formation of the government of national unity in Afghanistan.

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  4. Market MoverTIGER, Tiger, Burning Bright: Lessons from Carner and HoganRead the original story

    Dec 13, 2009 | American Reporter

    There's a reason why Afghanistan is known as the graveyard of empires. Afghans are not just tenacious fighters, they are equally tenacious when it comes to corruption and playing every possible angle for fun and profit.

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  5. The Afghanistan Withdrawal: A Potential Disaster in the MakingRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 15, 2014 | The Atlantic

    For weeks now, the media has been gleefully recounting what former Defense Secretary Leon Panetta thinks about the decision by his old boss, President Obama, to withdraw American troops from Iraq. "Panetta unloads on White House for pulling US forces out of Iraq," read a recent Fox News headline .

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  6. Pen FarthingRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 13, 2014 | CNN

    Staff Sgt. Edwin Caba served in Afghanistan for nearly three years. Like his fellow soldiers, he longed for a sense of normalcy during his tours.

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  7. 'Three Cups of Tea' author returns to Afghanistan, trying to move past his disgraceRead the original story w/Photo

    May 31, 2014 | Stars and Stripes

    In this undated photo, students gather in the playground of the Central Asia High School in Kabul, Afghanistan, during a break from classes. The school was established by the Central Asia Institute.

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  8. Mortenson returns to Afghanistan, trying to move past his 'Three Cups of Tea' disgraceRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2014 | Star Tribune

    Greg Mortenson meets with students in a class of the Gomaran Middle School in Logar Province, Afghanistan, in this May 31, 2014, photo. Mortenson, a controversial philanthropist and writer, recently came back to Afghanistan to revive the operations of his charity.

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  9. Author seeks comeback after a Three Cups of Teaa disgraceRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2014 | The Washington Post

    Greg Mortenson is hurtling down the dusty back roads of eastern Afghanistan, hoping the Taliban won't attack his Toyota 4Runner. There are no police checkpoints, no American troops and no sign of any foreign development projects - including his own.

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  10. First Lady Rula Ghani aims to elevate Afghanistan's womenRead the original story

    Oct 12, 2014 | Los Angeles Times

    'My husband stands on his own two feet; my religion is not a factor,' Christian first lady of Afghanistan says As the wife of the newly elected president, Rula Ghani stands to be the first publicly visible wife of an Afghan leader in nearly a century. But unlike her most direct antecedent - Queen Soraya, who along with her husband, King Amanullah, ruled Afghanistan from 1919 to 1929 - she has no intention of drastically upending Afghan social norms.

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  11. 700 soldiers at Ft. Campbell prepare to fight against EbolaRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2014 | WKRN

    More than 5,000 miles from the hot zone, hundreds of soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell are getting ready to help out in the fight against Ebola. About 700 soldiers from Fort Campbell will join Operation United Assistance in response to the Ebola outbreak in Liberia.

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  12. Market MoverTIGER, Tiger, Burning Bright: Lessons from Carner and HoganRead the original story

    Dec 13, 2009 | American Reporter

    There's a reason why Afghanistan is known as the graveyard of empires. Afghans are not just tenacious fighters, they are equally tenacious when it comes to corruption and playing every possible angle for fun and profit.

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  13. Afghan Youth Project 'Changed my Mind', Participant SaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 7, 2014 | Institute for War and Peace Reporting

    Ahead of a parliamentary election scheduled for 2015, IWPR has launched the second stage of its project encouraging young Afghan voters to take part and make their voices heard. Since August 2013, IWPR's Open Minds: Speaking Up, Reaching Out initiative has been working with young people aged 18 to 28, particularly students, to inspire them to participate in elections.

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  14. Ellen Woglom Joins AMC Pilot 'White City'; Brian Letscher...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 7, 2014 | Deadline

    Ellen Woglom has been cast in AMC's geopolitical drama pilot White City , directed and exec produced by Stephen Gaghan. The project, about Western diplomats and journalists living in Afghanistan, centers on Jon Liston , a war junkie who has spent the better part of the last decade in Kabul with a front-row seat to the carnage.

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  15. Moles asking for consistency from AfghanistanRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 7, 2014 | Stuff.co.nz

    Andy Moles bemoaned his side's lack of consistency after Afghanistan were beaten by five wickets by the Northern Knights yesterday. In the first of two one-day matches between the two sides in Mount Maunganui this week, the SkyCity Knights reached 211-5 in the 49th over after Afghanistan were restricted to 207-9 in their 50 overs.

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  16. Afghan Youth Project "Changed my Mind", Participant SaysRead the original story

    Oct 7, 2014 | Institute for War and Peace Reporting

    Ahead of a parliamentary election scheduled for 2015, IWPR has launched the second stage of its project encouraging young Afghan voters to take part and make their voices heard. Since August 2013, IWPR's Open Minds: Speaking Up, Reaching Out initiative has been working with young people aged 18 to 28, particularly students, to inspire them to participate in elections.

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  17. Man reunites soldiers with dogs they left behindRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2014 | Click Orlando

    Staff Sgt. Edwin Caba served in Afghanistan for nearly three years. Like his fellow soldiers, he longed for a sense of normalcy during his tours.

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  18. Expelled Times correspondent can return to AfghanistanRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 6, 2014 | Stars and Stripes

    The State Department on Monday welcomed a decision by Afghanistan's new government to allow expelled New York Times journalist Matthew Rosenberg back into the country. "The reversal of the expulsion order represents a significant commitment by President [Ashraf] Ghani for freedom of the press in Afghanistan," said a statement released by the U.S. Embassy in Kabul.

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  19. U.S. Balks at Bills for Afghan TunnelRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2014 | Wall Street Journal

    SALANG, Afghanistan-It had already taken Abdul Wali all morning to make the trip, hauling fuel some 200 miles from the border of Uzbekistan along a potholed highway. But the worst part of his journey was ahead: crossing the Salang Tunnel, some 2 miles above sea level.

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  20. Kabul lifts ban on expelled US scribeRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 5, 2014 | The Peninsula

    Afghan President Ashraf Ghani addressing journalists while former president Hamid Karzai and Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah look on after offering Eid Al Adha prayers at Presidential Palace in Kabul. KABUL: A New York Times reporter expelled from Afghanistan and accused of having links to spy agencies will be allowed to return, newly-inaugurated President Ashraf Ghani said yesterday, vowing to defend press freedom.

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