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Taliban attacks kill 14 troops, police in western Afghanistan

24 April, 2018

Attacks across Afghanistan claim dozens of lives as the country creeps towards legislative elections in October.

Suicide attack on Kabul voter registration centre kills 57

23 April, 2018

Dozens were killed in an IS suicide attack in Kabul, as Afghanistan prepares for legislative elections.

Dozens killed in IS suicide attack in Kabul

22 April, 2018

An IS suicide bomber targeted a voter registration centre in the Afghan capital.

US lawmakers introduce open-ended war on terror authorisation

17 April, 2018

The bill is a long-awaited stab at making Congress authorise wars, but it also gives the executive branch more sweeping power.

Afghanistan begins to register voters in years-delayed election

15 April, 2018

Security issues and political turmoil in the war torn country had delayed an election initially scheduled for 2015.

The Islamic State group is not finished – yet

12 April, 2018

Analysis: The 'caliphate' may be destroyed, but that doesn't mean IS has vanished. Many predict the organisation will regroup and strike again. Question is, how and where, writes Stasa Salacanin.

Airstrike kills leading IS commander in Afghanistan

07 April, 2018

A leading IS commander has been killed in an airstrike in Afghanistan, as Kabul and a US-led coalition try to squeeze out the jihadi force.

Four Afghan hunger strikers protesting for peace are hospitalised

01 April, 2018

The strikers began their fast on Thursday after previous demands to halt fighting between Afghan security forces and the Taliban were not met.

Malala visits Pakistan district where she was shot

31 March, 2018

The brief trip by the 20-year-old Nobel laureate is a highly symbolic moment for Pakistan, which regularly touts Swat as a success story in its long battle with extremism.

Tearful Malala makes first trip to Pakistan since attack

30 March, 2018

As Malala spoke of coming home to Pakistan for the first time since being shot by the Taliban, the emotions flooded back - and so did the tears.

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