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Daniel Magnowski

Relentless Afghan conflict leaves traumatized generation

Nov 16 2012

KABUL On a low bed in a quiet, all-female hospital ward, a depressed Afghan teenager huddles silently under blankets, her mother close by. In a nearby room are men suffering from schizophrenia, delusions of persecution and power, anxiety and panic disorders.

Relentless Afghan conflict leaves traumatized generation

Nov 16 2012

KABUL On a low bed in a quiet, all-female hospital ward, a depressed Afghan teenager huddles silently under blankets, her mother close by. In a nearby room are men suffering from schizophrenia, delusions of persecution and power, anxiety and panic disorders.

Relentless Afghan conflict leaves traumatized generation

Nov 16 2012

KABUL On a low bed in a quiet, all-female hospital ward, a depressed Afghan teenager huddles silently under blankets, her mother close by. In a nearby room are men suffering from schizophrenia, delusions of persecution and power, anxiety and panic disorders.

Civilian deaths in Afghan war up for fifth straight year - UN

Feb 04 2012

KABUL More than 3,000 civilians were killed in the war in Afghanistan in 2011, the fifth year in a row the number has risen, the United Nations said on Saturday in a report likely to revive tension between the Afghan government and its Western backers.

Civilian deaths in Afghan war up for fifth straight year: U.N.

Feb 04 2012

KABUL More than 3,000 civilians were killed in the war in Afghanistan in 2011, the fifth year in a row the number has risen, the United Nations said on Saturday in a report likely to revive tension between the Afghan government and its Western backers.

Civilian deaths in Afghan war up for fifth straight year - U.N.

Feb 04 2012

KABUL More than 3,000 civilians were killed in the war in Afghanistan in 2011, the fifth year in a row the number has risen, the United Nations said on Saturday in a report likely to revive tension between the Afghan government and its Western backers.

Eight in 10 Afghans think police weak, U.N. report shows

Jan 31 2012

KABUL Eight in 10 Afghans do not believe their police force is ready to take charge of law and order, a United Nations report showed Tuesday, underscoring worries about the pace of transition to Afghan security control.

Eight in 10 Afghans think police weak, U.N. report shows

Jan 31 2012

KABUL Eight in 10 Afghans do not believe their police force is ready to take charge of law and order, a United Nations report showed on Tuesday, underscoring worries about the pace of transition to Afghan security control.

East Afghan frontline emerges as major hurdle

Jan 24 2012

COMBAT OUTPOST ZEROK/JALALABAD, Afghanistan, Jan 24 With snow past their ankles and their view of forbidding mountains blocked by low-slung cloud, U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan's restive east are taking advantage of a bitter winter to brace for fresh fighting in spring.

East Afghan frontline emerges as major hurdle

Jan 23 2012

COMBAT OUTPOST ZEROK/JALALABAD, Afghanistan With snow past their ankles and their view of forbidding mountains blocked by low-slung cloud, U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan's restive east are taking advantage of a bitter winter to brace for fresh fighting in spring.

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