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Suicide bomber targets Afghan political rally

03 December, 2017

A suicide bomber in Afghanistan has killed at least six people, including a child, when they targeted a political rally in the east of the country.

NATO says to boost Afghan mission to 16,000 troops

08 November, 2017

The overall size of NATO's training and support mission in the unrest-hit country will increase from roughly 13,000 to roughly 16,000, the military coalition has said.

Afghan university sees first graduates in women's studies

06 November, 2017

The first batch of graduates in women's studies collected their degrees from Kabul University on Sunday, the country's first higher education institute to offer courses on gender and women's issues.

US-Canadian rescue saga: A silver lining for Afghan counter-insurgency?

23 October, 2017

Comment: The United States is looking more to regional allies to help bring about stability in Afghanistan, as can be seen by the Boyle family's extraction, writes Naveed Ahmad.

More than 200 Afghans killed in bloody week

21 October, 2017

The death toll from a suicide bombing at a Shia mosque in Afghanistan has risen to 54, as jihadi militias continue to target government and civilian targets in the country.

Twin suicide bombings at Afghanistan mosques kill 40

20 October, 2017

Twin suicide bombings targeted mosques Afghanistan during evening prayers on Friday, killing at least 40 people, Afghan officials said.

Refugees 'live in squalor' in Greece as arrivals surge

19 October, 2017

Nearly two years since more than a million migrants and refugees crossed into Europe thousands are still living in squalor after risking their lives crossing the Aegean Sea.

Somalia's 9/11: World, where's the outrage?

18 October, 2017

Somalia witnessed one of the most horrific days in its troubled history on Saturday when a bomb exploded in central Mogadishu killing at least 300 people.

Pakistan army describes freeing US-Canadian couple from Taliban

13 October, 2017

The Pakistani military said the captors of a US-Canadian family held by the Taliban fled on foot after troops shot at their vehicle's tyres.

'Joint Way Forward' deal puts Afghan refugees in danger

11 October, 2017

The deal allowing the EU to deport an unlimited number of Afghan asylum seekers puts untold numbers of lives at risk, reports Mohammed Harun Arsalai.

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