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Spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said in a statement emailed to media that the Taliban are also telling clerics across to country to spread the word that the election is "an American conspiracy."
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Anguished family members of passengers aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 faced an agonizing wait for answers, as the aircraft remained unaccounted for more than 24 hours after its scheduled landing.
David Cameron is pushing for an independent, international investigation into alleged atrocities during the Sri Lankan civil war to begin within a year as pressure mounts on the regime in Colombo.
In the weeks since the brazen attack on Taverne du Liban, Atiqullah Aslamy has barely slept and says he is afraid to leave home.
A roadside bomb ripped through a car in southern Afghanistan, the deadliest of a series of weekend attacks that killed 11 civilians, officials said Sunday.
The vote for the Supreme People's Assembly is the first in five years and the first under leader Kim Jong Un.
The former head of the armed forces has appealed to Britain and other Western powers not to give up on Afghanistan after the final withdrawal of international forces later this year.
Libya's prime minister threatened Saturday night to bomb a North Korean-flagged ship that had entered a rebel-held oil port, calling the ship's arrival there a "violation of international law."
Western leaders were engaged in renewed efforts to secure a diplomatic solution to the Crimea crisis tonight - as a team of observers was once again denied entry to the peninsula.
Ed Miliband used a visit to Camp Bastion to promise new legislation to protect the armed forces if Labour wins the 2015 general election Ed Miliband promised swift action from a Labour government to beef up legal sanctions to protect the armed forces from assault and discrimination in the UK as he met troops in Afghanistan.
Relatives gathered Saturday at Beijing's Lido Hotel, where frustration and anger grew with the lack of news and information from the airline.
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Nangarhar provincial police chief spokesman Hazrat Hussain Mashreqiwal said the early Saturday morning blast in the district capital Jalalabad killed Noor Agha Kamran, head of Nazian district.
Malaysia Airlines said Saturday it lost contact with a plane carrying 239 people on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing and search and rescue teams were trying to locate the aircraft.
The elder brother of Afghan President Hamid Karzai said Friday he dropped out of the country's April 5 presidential election to leave the field open to a candidate that he hoped would steer the nation through a "dignified" transition.
The United States has a long history of denying, or seriously complicating, visa requests from foreigners for a wide range of political reasons.