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The cost of health care is throwing many poor Afghans into a cycle of debt...When Reza Gul's children get sick, she takes them to a private clinic. Like most Afghans, she thinks she will get better health care there, so she forks out 2,000-3,000
Since the incident occurred inside the base the casualties remain unknown," Xinhua quoted a police source as saying. Media reports said that the blast was caused by a sticky bomb attached to a vehicle of the convoy...Taliban launched an attack on a
They opened indiscriminate fire on worshippers, injuring three people," Xinhua reported citing a statement from National Security Directorate, country's intelligence agency. Official sources said the two armed militants, said to be Pakistani
Many of these live in informal settlements in and around Kabul, but their numbers can be hard to track...The Afghan National Disaster Management Authority is in the process of collecting and consolidating data on preparedness measures which the
Threat to cut electricity to Afghanistan's central jail BBC News, Kabul Kabul municipality is among several government offices which have not paid their electricity bills Afghanistan's national power company says it will cut the electricity supply to
Embassy under siege in Kabul Kabul, Afghanistan (CNN) -- Taliban militants staged a brazen assault against high-profile coalition targets in central Kabul Tuesday and at least two other attacks in another part of town -- strikes by the tenacious
Hosseini arrived in the Afghan capital of Kabul and was welcomed by Afghan officials and Iranian Ambassador to Afghanistan Fada Hossein Maleki on Sunday. The summit of culture ministers of ECO member states is scheduled to be held on Monday in Kabul.
But this is not some farcical scene from the battle against the Taliban -- it is a sketch from a new clown show in Kabul...But it is part of increasing efforts to foster a revival of Afghan theatre, which enjoyed a golden age in the 1960s and 1970s
caused by conflict in Afghanistan, and the fact that it is often too dangerous to assist them. Between June 2009 and September 2010, 120,000 people were forced out of their homes by armed conflict, increasing the number of IDPs to 319,000, it said.
This is the single biggest attack on the Afghan capital and the first major attack on any embassy there. Earlier this year, there were attacks on the high profile Serena Hotel in the capital and more recently an attack at the national day parade. The