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Johnson, Marion J. H. born 1/5/28, was ushered into her eternal home on 1/6/18, joining her beloved husband Bill and daughter Carol. Also waiting were... [Read More]
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Pakistan's army chief says he received a phone call from the head of U.S. Central Command, Gen. Joseph Vogel, offering assurances that the United States... [Read More]
In the course of the ongoing mass immigration, the question of integration has been raised by everyone: Politicians, journalists and also the regulars in the... [Read More]
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Afghan refugee children in a slum on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan. For more than three decades, Pakistan has been home to one of the... [Read More]
When Ashraf Ghani, a former academic and World Bank technocrat, took office as the president of Afghanistan in 2014, he promised to change the way... [Read More]
When Ashraf Ghani, a former academic and World Bank technocrat, took office as the president of Afghanistan in 2014, he promised to change the way... [Read More]
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The mountains are about to get a lot less lonely. China has announced that they will be footing the bill for the construction and equipping... [Read More]
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KABUL: Middle-class Afghans turned extremists have assisted Daesh's expansion from its stronghold in Afghanistan's restive east to Kabul, analysts say, and helping to make the... [Read More]
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KABUL: Middle-class Afghans turned extremists have assisted Daesh's expansion from its stronghold in Afghanistan's restive east to Kabul, analysts say, and helping to make the... [Read More]
Middle-class Afghans turned jihadists have assisted the Islamic State group's expansion from its stronghold in Afghanistan's restive east to Kabul, analysts say, helping to make... [Read More]
Greece and refugee agencies on Tuesday called for the European Union to include "vulnerable" Afghans and unaccompanied minors in the EU's relocation programme. Under the... [Read More]
The Afghan government has been relying more heavily on its own coordinators and less on coalition forces. [Read More]
The Afghan government has been relying more heavily on its own coordinators and less on coalition forces. [Read More]
Many politicians, government opposition figures and peace activists have gathered in Kabul to back the anti-Daesh stances of Balkh governor Atta Mohammad Noor. [Read More]
More than 2,000 Afghans recruited by Iran to fight in Syria have been killed in the defence of President Assad's regime, according to an article... [Read More]
Late last Thursday night, yet another suicide bombing rocked Afghanistan's beleaguered capital, claiming the lives of more than a dozen police officers. Reporters waited for... [Read More]
The nearly 300 Marine unit deployed to Helmand Province, Afghanistan, known as Task Force Southwest has introduced a new and improved Afghan air controller program... [Read More]
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