By Mirwais Harooni and Maria Golovnina KABUL (Reuters) - Preliminary tallies from Afghanistan's presidential election showed former foreign minister Abdullah Abdullah leading in parts of Kabul on Monday but, with ballot counting likely to last ... Afghanistan News Center, 1 week ago
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AFGHAN POLLS APRIL 5: Police shoot media women near Af-Pak border; Stakes high on whether votes will win or bullets
KABUL, 4 Apr: Two foreign journalists, both women, were shot in Khost city and at least one was reported killed by apoliceman,as Afghanistan claims to intensifysecurity ahead of presidential elections onSaturday April 5, in response to threats ...Daily Messenger, 2 weeks ago
Abdullah Abdullah was Hamid Karzai's main challenger in 2009. Foreign minister in 2001-2006 and de facto opposition leader since 2009, he is of mixed Tajik and Pashtun heritage (the two main ethnic groups). However, he is widely seen as a Tajik, ...BBC, 2 weeks ago
The March 17 editorial , regarding the acrimonious dispute over the release of the Senate intelligence committee's report on CIA detention and interrogation methods after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, was right on two fundamental counts. First, ...Washington Post, 4 weeks ago
'In the time I have been an Indiawallah, I have seen three US Presidential visits to India, nuclear sanctions, nuclear cooperation, a border conflict with Pakistan, the growth of IT services, a government losing a confidence vote, and so much more,' Rick Rossow, the new Wadhwani Chair in US-India Policy Studies tells Rediff.com's Aziz Haniffa. Richard 'Rick' Rossow, former director of operations at the US-India Business Council, has been named the new Wadhwani Chair in US-India Policy Studies ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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