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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.

Indonesia: Refugees abandoned by Australia in squalid detention centres

22 November, 2017

In-depth: The New Arab has spoken with long-term inmates in Indonesia's infamous detention centres, trapped in squalid conditions with no hope of escape.

The Taliban's massive social media presence that's being ignored

22 November, 2017

Analysis: The United States has spent countless man hours working to counter Islamic State's online presence - but has neglected to do the same in Afghanistan, writes Austin Bodetti.

ICC wants to investigate CIA over Afghanistan 'war crimes'

21 November, 2017

The International Criminal Court prosecutor asked for authorisation on Monday to investigate reported human rights abuses in Afghanistan, including allegations of rape and torture by US military and the CIA.

Saudi anti-terror coalition to hold first meeting in Riyadh

19 November, 2017

Defence ministers from members of the Saudi-led Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition (IMCTC) are due to meet for the first time in Riyadh next week, amid rising regional tension.

Russia posts video-game image as 'proof' US helps IS

15 November, 2017

Images posted by Russia's Ministry of Defence which allegedly showed the US aiding the Islamic State militant group in the Middle East on Tuesday were stills from a video game.

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 army Afghanistan deserter avoids jail sentence

04 November, 2017

Former US soldier Bowe Bergdahl who deserted his post in Afghanistan has escaped a jail sentence, sparking anger from US President Donald Trump.

ICC prosecutor seeks probe into Afghanistan war crimes allegations

04 November, 2017

Rights groups welcome the announcement as a step toward ending impunity for alleged war crimes committed in Afghanistan.

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