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Christian mother forced into Muslim marriage after landlord abducted her
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Christian mother forced into Muslim marriage after landlord ab...

Family fears for their daughter's life. A Christian mother of three was reportedly abducted, raped and forced into a Muslim marriage by their landlord who had been maltreating her entire family. According to the news reports, the woman's whole ... Catholic Online, 21 hours ago

Afghan Taliban Takes Remote Military Base

Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty July 26, 2015 Afghan officials say the Taliban has taken control of a military base in the northeastern province of Badakhshan after three days of fighting. Taliban release 107 policemen captured in Badakhshan ...
 Afghanistan News Center6 days ago Salang tunnel blocked as militants launch attack on Kabul-Mazar highway  Afghanistan News Center1 week ago Bamiyan Buddhas Recreated by Chinese Couple  Afghanistan News Center1 month ago

Saved from the mob

On June 30, a mob beat up a 35-year-old Christian man, shaved his head, blackened his face, put shoes in his neck, and dragged him around in his village, before he was rescued by Sheikhupura police. Awais Qamar is a father of four. His wife ...
 The Friday Times3 weeks ago

The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan Opens a Door to the Islamic State

Recent developments among Central Asian jihadi groups demonstrate a likely shift in support away from the Taliban toward the Islamic State. In mid-September 2014, the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan's (IMU) emir, Usman Ghazi, issued a statement ...
 Combating Terrorism Center1 month ago

Watchdog: U.S. may have spent taxpayer dollars on Afghanistan schools that didn't exist

Afghan Schools: Is The Success Story Exaggerated? June 18, 2015 7:12 AM ET NPR In Afghanistan's rough and ragged reconstruction, one of the most frequently cited bright spots has been the surge in Afghan kids going to school. The Washington Post ...
 Afghanistan News Center1 month ago

Aynak copper mine has plagued lives with conflict

By Antony Loewenstein Afghanistan faces an existential crisis over its untapped natural resources. After decades of war and insecurity, the Afghan government and foreign investors are pushing to exploit minerals under the ground but real dangers ...
 RAWA1 month ago

Ghani asks Pakistan to end its longstanding support for Afghan Taliban

Khaama Press May 30, 2015 President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has set new demands for Islamabad to end the country's longstanding support for the Afghan Taliban through a letter sent to civilian and military leaders of Pakistan, it has been reported. ...
 Afghanistan News Center2 months ago
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