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A proposed law to protect Afghan women and girls from abuses such as child marriage, bride barter and spousal abuse has created a furor in the past week, exposing a generational and religious struggle that persists in this traditional Muslim society despite a decade of Western-backed democracy and a constitution that enshrines women's rights.
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Out of the horror of Woolwich, the despair of a fallen soldier's grieving family and a far right determined to stoke racial and religious hatred, comes a message of hope and unity for Britain.
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KABUL: After a day of explosions and gunfire, residents of Kabul woke up on Saturday morning to be greeted by a public art project in which volunteers handed out 10,000 neon-pink 'peace' balloons.
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An ostensible suicide bomber has died in the Afghan capital after his explosives-laden vest went off prematurely.
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CHEERING crowds lined the streets of York to welcome 300 of the city's soldiers home following their latest tour of Afghanistan.
In the armored splendor of the Serena Hotel -- all sparkling cream-colored marble, ornate dark woods and vibrant Afghan carpets, behind three layers of security and imposing blast walls -- the new Kabuli elite mingle relentlessly.
Children flee as security forces respond after several large explosions hit a busy downtown area of Kabul on May 24.
In the latest militant strike on the Afghan capital, Taleban gunmen backed by a suicide car bomber attacked an international aid group's compound, killing two guards and setting off an hours-long street battle with police in the heart of Kabul.
All the attackers were gunned down by security forces, the city's police chief said.
Pfc. Holmes, one of Calvin Gibbs' 'Kill team' members stands over one of their victims.
Kabul: Suicide bombers and gunmen launched attacks on several targets, including a police station, in Afghanistan capital Kabul on Friday evening, leaving casualties, a police source said.
Afghan Channel One TV quoted police as saying a group of assailants had entered the Directorate of the Afghan Public Protection Force .
Explosions and gunfire rocked central Kabul Friday as the Taliban launched an attack close to an Afghan intelligence facility and the headquarters of a government force that protects foreign firms.
A suicide bomber struck in the heart of the Afghan capital on Friday, sending a plume of smoke billowing over Kabul in the second major attack in the city in little over a week, police said.
KABUL, Afghanistan Gunmen kidnapped the father of Afghanistan's national cricket team captain near his home in an eastern city, officials said Thursday.
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MOSCOW, May 23 Russia's military intelligence agency, the GRU, expects the Taliban influence in Afghanistan to grow after international coalition forces are pulled out, while rising radicalism in Syria could lead to the country's disintegration, the GRU chief said on Thursday.