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At smallest four people have been slain and more than 20 wounded in an blast in the south town of Kandahar, Afghan agents say. At the time of the explode, the market was crammed with shoppers ahead of the Eid
37 An explosion has taken place in a market in Afghanistan's Kandahar city, killing at least three people, local officials say. At least seven people were also injured in the blast, a spokesperson for the provincial government told Al Jazeera.
In the first attack at Jalalabad, capital of Nangarhar province 120 km east of Kabul, over a dozen people, mostly civilians, sustained injuries, Xinhua reported. Some were in critical condition. "A roadside bomb (planted) by militants struck the
A late night telephone conversation between External Affair Minister Salman Khurshid and his Afghan counterpart Zalmay Rassoul saw Kabul promising that it will leave no stone unturned to ensure the safety of Indian diplomatic personnel. Kabul was
Three suicide bombers trying to attack an Indian consulate in eastern Afghanistan have sparked a shootout with guards, leaving at least nine civilians dead. The Saturday assault, which ended when the militants detonated a car bomb that left charred
Afghan Militants Kill 9 Near Indian Consulate. Returned the violence in Afghanistan. Where Afghan police reported that three suicide bombers detonated a car bomb near the Indian consulate in eastern Afghanistan on Saturday,
Many well-informed and open-minded analysts in Asia Times Online and elsewhere have for several years described the conditions of Islam and of Muslim states. It goes without saying that these individuals had no agenda and were sincerely studying the
The BBC's Sanjoy Majumder in Kabul considers what it means for the future of women's rights in the country. Sahar Gul's story shocked people around the world and led to outrage in Afghanistan, where treatment of women is always under scrutiny...
A court in Kabul ordered the early release of three people convicted over the torture of a child bride, an official confirmed Saturday, in a move denounced by activists as a blow for women's rights. Sahar Gul, who was 15 at the time her ordeal, was
Human privileges activists have alerted of an new assault on women's privileges in Afghanistan after referees and prosecutors allowed the early release of three persons convicted for the brutal torture of a child bride, and cautious