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Amie Ferris-Rotman

Expect more attacks on foreigners in Afghanistan, warns deputy commander

Jun 15 2013

KABUL The international community in Afghanistan, recently hit by two high-profile attacks on aid organisations, should brace itself for more Taliban violence in the coming months, the deputy commander of foreign forces said.

Expect more attacks on foreigners in Afghanistan, warns deputy commander

Jun 15 2013

KABUL The international community in Afghanistan, recently hit by two high-profile attacks on aid organisations, should brace itself for more Taliban violence in the coming months, the deputy commander of foreign forces said.

Expect more attacks on foreigners in Afghanistan, warns deputy commander

Jun 15 2013

KABUL The international community in Afghanistan, recently hit by two high-profile attacks on aid organizations, should brace itself for more Taliban violence in the coming months, the deputy commander of foreign forces said.

Pakistan fighter pilot wins battle of sexes, now she's ready for war

Jun 13 2013

MUSHAF AIR BASE, Pakistan With an olive green head scarf poking out from her helmet, Ayesha Farooq flashes a cheeky grin when asked if it is lonely being the only war-ready female fighter pilot in the Islamic republic of Pakistan. | Video

Pakistan fighter pilot wins battle of sexes, now she's ready for war

Jun 13 2013

MUSHAF AIR BASE, Pakistan With an olive green head scarf poking out from her helmet, Ayesha Farooq flashes a cheeky grin when asked if it is lonely being the only war-ready female fighter pilot in the Islamic republic of Pakistan.

Pakistan fighter pilot wins battle of sexes, now she's ready for war

Jun 12 2013

MUSHAF AIR BASE, Pakistan With an olive green head scarf poking out from her helmet, Ayesha Farooq flashes a cheeky grin when asked if it is lonely being the only war-ready female fighter pilot in the Islamic republic of Pakistan.

Pakistan fighter pilot wins battle of sexes, now she's ready for war

Jun 12 2013

MUSHAF AIR BASE, Pakistan With an olive green head scarf poking out from her helmet, Ayesha Farooq flashes a cheeky grin when asked if it is lonely being the only war-ready female fighter pilot in the Islamic republic of Pakistan.

Pakistan fighter pilot wins battle of sexes, now she's ready for war

Jun 12 2013

MUSHAF AIR BASE, Pakistan, June 13 With an olive green head scarf poking out from her helmet, Ayesha Farooq flashes a cheeky grin when asked if it is lonely being the only war-ready female fighter pilot in the Islamic republic of Pakistan.

Growing crystal meth use blurs drug-hungry Afghanistan's future

May 29 2013

KABUL Impoverished Afghanistan, already plagued by insurgency and struggling to contain crippling rates of opium addiction, faces another potential headache with spiraling usage of the synthetic drug crystal methamphetamine.

Growing crystal meth use blurs drug-hungry Afghanistan's future

May 29 2013

KABUL Impoverished Afghanistan, already plagued by insurgency and struggling to contain crippling rates of opium addiction, faces another potential headache with spiralling usage of the synthetic drug crystal methamphetamine.

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