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Amie Ferris-Rotman

Taliban attack international compound in Afghan capital

May 25 2013

KABUL Taliban militants launched a large-scale attack involving the United Nations in the center of the Afghan capital Kabul on Friday, sparking a five-hour battle with security forces. | Video

Taliban attack international compound in Afghan capital

May 24 2013

KABUL Taliban militants launched a large-scale attack involving the United Nations in the centre of the Afghan capital Kabul on Friday, sparking a five-hour battle with security forces.

Taliban attack international compound in Afghan capital

May 24 2013

KABUL Taliban militants launched a large-scale attack involving the United Nations in the center of the Afghan capital Kabul on Friday, sparking a five-hour battle with security forces. | Video

Taliban attack international compound in Afghan capital

May 24 2013

KABUL Taliban militants launched a large-scale attack involving the United Nations in the centre of the Afghan capital Kabul on Friday, sparking a five-hour battle with security forces. | Video

Sharp rise in number Afghan women in prison for "moral crimes"

May 21 2013

KABUL About 600 Afghan women and girls are behind bars for so-called moral crimes, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said on Tuesday, the highest number since the Taliban were toppled almost twelve years ago.

Sharp rise in number Afghan women in prison for "moral crimes"

May 21 2013

KABUL About 600 Afghan women and girls are behind bars for so-called moral crimes, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said on Tuesday, the highest number since the Taliban were toppled almost twelve years ago.

With end of Afghan war in sight, Europe pushes business

May 20 2013

HERAT, Afghanistan The European Union threw its weight behind developing Afghanistan's small but promising private sector this week, in the hope that business can usher in stability and peace once foreign troops leave by the end of next year.

With end of Afghan war in sight, Europe pushes business

May 20 2013

HERAT, Afghanistan The European Union threw its weight behind developing Afghanistan's small but promising private sector this week, in the hope that business can usher in stability and peace once foreign troops leave by the end of next year.

With end of Afghan war in sight, Europe pushes business

May 20 2013

HERAT, Afghanistan The European Union threw its weight behind developing Afghanistan's small but promising private sector this week, in the hope that business can usher in stability and peace once foreign troops leave by the end of next year.

With end of Afghan war in sight, Europe pushes business

May 20 2013

HERAT, Afghanistan, May 20 The European Union threw its weight behind developing Afghanistan's small but promising private sector this week, in the hope that business can usher in stability and peace once foreign troops leave by the end of next year.

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