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Residents of Sorkhrod district and Jalalabad city face health risks from lack of environmental controls. Jul 14 To escape the stifling summer weather of Afghanistan's eastern Nangarhar province, Abdurrahman and his family sleep on their roof at night.
The withdrawal of international forces from Afghanistan will make the challenge of providing health care more significant, says Afghan doctor Fazel Fazly. Follow him on Twitter: @FFazly Doctors in Afghanistan face complex challenges when it comes to
Even as US Secretary of State John Kerry arrives in Kabul to resolve the crisis that has arisen due to the confusing President elections, there are reports of at least 10 deaths in roadside bombs – five of the dead are women.
Lack of proper regulation leads to casual slaughtering practices and sales of diseased meat. Jul 14 Residents of the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad complain that local butchers are creating a public health hazard by slaughtering animals in public
Afghanistan (AP) Authorities in Afghanistan say at least 10 people have been killed in separate roadside bombings in the country. The deadliest attack Saturday happened in southern Kandahar province. Panjwayi district police chief Sultan Mohammad
An Afghan poll worker notes the serial numbers of sealed ballot boxes in Kabul. Afghan election workers count ballots by the light of a lantern at a polling station in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, on Saturday, April 5. An Afghan man casts his vote at a
Residents of Nangarhar province complain they are being charged more for marked notes. Jun 14 Wasiullah, 32, stood in front of a money exchange shop in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad, angrily brandishing a handful of 100 dollar bills as he
Four people were killed and three injured Saturday in a bomb attack in Jalalabad city, the provincial capital of Nangarhar province in eastern Afghanistan, police said. The blast occurred when an improvised bomb planted in a garbage box went off
As of Tuesday, June 17, 2014, at least 2,185 members of the U.S. military had died in Afghanistan as a result of the U.S.-led invasion of Afghanistan in late 2001, according to an Associated Press count. The AP count is eight less than the Defense
Afghanistan's economy is recovering from decades of conflict but despite the significant improvement in the last decade, it is extremely poor, and highly dependent on foreign aid. Afghan vendors unload watermelons from a truck at a fruit market in