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Afghan men carry the coffin of a civilian, allegedly killed in a NATO air strike, on the outskirts of Jalalabad in Nangarhar province on October 5, 2013.
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A worker said more than 10,000 employees at Yue Yuen Industrial's plant in the southern province of Guangdong joined the strike on Tuesday.
As Afghans prepare to decide who will replace outgoing President Hamid Karzai, House Speaker John Boehner and a group of senior House Republicans have taken a trip to that war-torn country.
The United States' ambassador to the United Nations says talks about Iran's nuclear program are continuing undisturbed by Washington's decision to block Tehran's ambassador to the diplomatic body.
Afghanistan's April 5 presidential election provides limited but promising evidence of political progress, as United States military combat forces prepare to depart later this year.
There were no immediate reports of injuries. The first quake, a magnitude 7.6, hit 200 miles southeast of Honiara on Sunday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
The April 5 vote has been praised [Reuters report] because of the high voter turnout and the failure of Taliban militants to stage attacks on election day.
An Ohio man is sitting on a street corner with a sign declaring he's a bully as part of his sentence for harassing a neighbor and her disabled children.
Roby Brock goes on the campaign trail with gubernatorial candidate Curtis Coleman.
Roundtable discussion with Michael Cook and Alice Stewart. Watch Talk Business and Politics with Roby Brock each Sunday at 9a.m. on KATV channel 7. An Afghan official says nearly 1,900 complaints of fraud in this month's presidential election are being investigated but the number is lower than that of the last election.
Roby Brock and Scott Inman sit down with Michael Cook and Alice Stewart. You can watch Talk Business and Politics each Sunday at 9 a.m. on KATV channel 7. An Afghan official says nearly 1,900 complaints of fraud in this month's presidential election are being investigated but the number is lower than that of the last election.
One evening last week, away from the crowds, the vibrancy and violence of the election campaign, Hamid Karzai hosted a dinner for two of the candidates.
In a rare diplomatic rebuke, the United States will not grant a visa to Tehran's controversial pick for envoy to the United Nations, the Obama administration said Friday.
Abuzar Ahmad is happy in the presence of his uncles Bashir Mirzad, left, and Turaj Rais at the Emergency Hospital in Kabul.