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International Women's Day: Photos Celebrate Women And Girls Around The World
A Nepalese Hindu devotee waits to bathe in the Bagmati River at the Pashupatinath Temple during the month-long Swasthani festival in Kathmandu on January 30, 2014.
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The London Free Press
Canada packing up mission in Afghanistan
MGen Dean Milner, CCTM-A, NCSE Commander is greeted by an ANA member while visiting the Canadian Engineering Kandak validation exercise at KMTC, Kabul on August 26, 2013.
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The Charlotte Observer
Bomb planted under car seat kills Afghan official
Police search the destroyed car of Noor Agha Kamran, a district chief in eastern Afghanistan, after he was killed in his car when a bomb ripped through the vehicle in the center of Jalabad, Afghanistan, Saturday, March 8, 2014.
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Frustration in Afghan women's rights struggle
In this Friday, March 7, 2014 photo, an Afghan girl eats cotton candy as she visits with her mother a cemetery in the center of Kabul, Afghanistan.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
PHOTOBLOG: Celebrating International Women's Day
On March 8 activists around the globe celebrate International Women's Day, which dates back to the beginning of the 20th century and has been observed by the United Nations since 1975.
The Globe and Mail
The Wanderers does a little too much wandering
Imagine a show that starts off as a witty immigrant comedy and then suddenly introduces incest, hysteria and gory self-mutilation.
Karzai's brother on Afghan vote
Afghan presidential candidate Qayyum Karzai, brother of Afghanistan's President Hamid Karzai, pauses during an interview with The Associated Press in his house in Kabul, Afghanistan, March 7, 2014.
Afghanistan's crucial election : March 08, 2014,
The Afghan elections scheduled for April this year could prove a watershed moment for the region.
The New Zealand Herald
Afghan's bid for asylum rejected
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.
A golf trip even I would not take
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 .
Northern Michigan News
Manton native returns home after second tour in Afghanistan
While this time has been easier than after her first tour, Gomez said driving has been somewhat stressful.
Southampton politician dies in Afghanistan bomb horror
But now family and friends are determined to ensure that a Southampton man killed in a terrorist attack can still achieve those ambitions through them with a charity in his name.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Afghanistan's Minerals Await Vital Railroads
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 Presents We Will Rise: Selections from Afghan Women's Writing Project This Weekend
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.
Afghanistan's fears over dam project rejected
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.
The Daily Advertiser
Final Louisiana-based soldiers to return from Afghanistan
The last of the 1,200 Louisiana-based soldiers who've been in Afghanistan since last summer are returning home to Fort Polk in the coming days.
Karzai's Brother Exits Afghanistan's Presidential Race, Clearing Path For Top Aide
As Afghanistan approaches its upcoming presidential elections on April 5, Qayum Karzai, a leading candidate and President Hamid Karzai's brother, dropped out from the presidential race Wednesday.
Tomgram: Mattea Kramer, Is the Pentagon Doomed -- To Be Flush Forever
Washington and Kabul have, for endless months , been performing a strange pas de deux over the issue of American withdrawal.
Graeme Smith on losing Afghanistan
To judge by literary juries, there can be no doubt about the non-fiction book of 2013.
The interview: Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai on Afghanistan
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.