During a recent visit to New York, Saad Mohseni, founder of the largest media company in Afghanistan, said some U.S. cable news networks "could learn a lot from the Afghans." "U.S. news cable operators tend to basically reinforce the viewers ... AsiaSource, 18 hours ago
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Afghanistan is creating a positive future for itself. Sixty percent of those eligible to vote have done so in the country's elections, and the Taliban's influence is waning.For an overwhelming majority of Americans, weary of the longest war in ...Financial Daily, 1 day ago Leaving Afghanistan: is it finally time to be positive about this blighted nation? New Statesman, 2 weeks ago Huge security as Afghanistan goes to the polls today Sri Lanka Daily News, 2 weeks ago Huge security as Afghan poll looms BBC, 2 weeks ago
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For an overwhelming majority of Americans, weary of the longest war in United States history—which has cost trillions in taxpayer dollars and exacted more than 2,300 deaths and 20,000 wounded among U.S. soldiers since Operation Enduring Freedom ...Yahoo! News, 6 days ago
19:28 Clashes between Israeli security forces and Jewish settlers Tuesday left eight people injured, including six border guards, according to police. There are some 100 so-called wild cat settlements in the occupied West bank; those settlements ...Russia Today, 2 weeks ago
A woman casts her ballot at a polling station in Mazar-i-Sharif yesterday. KABUL: In anxious preparation for a historic presidential election, Afghanistan fortified its cities against attack, primed observers to detect fraud ... then was ...Qatar Peninsula, 2 weeks ago
Afghan voters braved heavy rains, long lines, and the threat of Taliban attacks to cast ballots in what appears unprecedented numbers in the April 5 presidential election. But many ended up going home disappointed. The reason: Not enough ballots. ...GlobalSecurity.org, 2 weeks ago Turnout High, Ballot Papers Low In Afghan Election Radio Free Europe, 2 weeks ago
US-style sex scandals and exposes of shady dealings have characterised social media coverage of this week's presidential elections in Afghanistan, the third since the Taliban were ousted from power in 2001. While the local press have largely stayed ...Al Jazeera, 3 weeks ago
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