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23 min ago | The Globe and Mail
Imagine a show that starts off as a witty immigrant comedy and then suddenly introduces incest, hysteria and gory self-mutilation.
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4 hrs ago | Daily World
4 hrs ago | Daily Times
The Afghan elections scheduled for April this year could prove a watershed moment for the region.
8 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
An Afghan who claimed he had been kidnapped and tortured by members of the Taliban after working as an interpreter for Kiwi troops has been denied asylum in New Zealand.
11 hrs ago | Golf World
I'll go anywhere for a golf trip. Or so I always assumed. Then yesterday afternoon I got a call from Miami Herald reporter Evan Benn doing an article on Cavalry + Company .
14 hrs ago | Northern Michigan News
While this time has been easier than after her first tour, Gomez said driving has been somewhat stressful.
At the Naibabad freight terminal near the northern Afghan town of Mazar-e-Sharif, workers rush to unload wheat and construction materials from Uzbekistan that have arrived on Afghanistan's only railroad.
Know Theatre of Cincinnati presents We Will Rise: Selections from The Afghan Women's Writing ProjectAdapted by Elizabeth Martin and Lauren Hynek Know Theatre is pleased to announce our next production, We Will Rise: Selections from The Afghan Women's Writing Project.
ISLAMABAD: Afghanistan's concerns over Dasu Dam carry no weight as the project is being constructed on the Indus River and not on the Kabul River and Kabul should not have any reservations on the project.
Washington and Kabul have, for endless months , been performing a strange pas de deux over the issue of American withdrawal.
To judge by literary juries, there can be no doubt about the non-fiction book of 2013.
A former economic adviser to the World Bank in New York, Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai returned to his native Afghanistan in 2001 after 24 years abroad, and served as the minister of finance in the Hamid Karzai government and, later, as chancellor of Kabul University.
A NATO air strike in eastern Afghanistan accidentally killed five Afghan soldiers on Thursday, officials said, the latest incident likely to worsen already fraught relations between Kabul and the US-led coalition.
Actor/writer Kawa Ada's life would have been very different if his mother hadn't been such a good storyteller.