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Dressmakers bring Afghan touch to Pakistan
Brunei Times

Dressmakers bring Afghan touch to Pakistan

WITH ballgowns, Western-style bridal wear and cocktail dresses, Afghan tailors driven out of their homeland by the Taliban are carving a niche for themselves in Pakistan's capital city. Their stores stand between rows of animal carcasses and car ... Brunei Times, 1 month ago
Afghanistan's 9/11 millionaire BBC, 1 week ago
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DAWN Group

Another 152 displaced families sent to South Waziristan

TANK/BANNU: Another 152 displaced families left Kor Qila camp in Tank for South Waziristan Agency on Tuesday on the second day of their repatriation process which began on Monday. Dera Ismail Khan Commissioner Zakir Hussain Afridi and DIG Abdul ...
 DAWN Group2 weeks ago
DAWN Group

13 bodies found in S. Waziristan

LADHA: Thirteen bodies have been found in the deserted mountains of the Shaktai area of volatile South Waziristan tribal region. Sources told Dawn on Sunday the bodies were found by local people in the past couple of days. They said that most of ...
 DAWN Group2 weeks ago Thirteen bodies found were detainees of army - residents  Reuters India2 weeks ago Thirteen bodies found in Pakistan were detainees of army: residents  Yahoo! News2 weeks ago
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Taliban Suicide Bomber Strikes NATO Diplomatic Convoy in Kabul

Bill Roggio 26th February 2015 - The Long War Journal The Taliban suicide bomber rammed his car into the NATO convoy as it traveled in the Wazir Akbar Khan area, a neighborhood in the Afghan capital which hosts foreign embassies, a NATO base, ...
 Foundation for Defense of Democracies1 month ago Three killed in suicide attack in Kabul  ProKerala.com1 month ago
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Pakistani forces consolidated their hold on the main town in the Swat valley on Sunday and began trucking supplies to 40,000 civilians stranded there, as fighting flared in South Waziristan on the Afghan border. The army said it had captured ...
 Yemen Post1 week ago
Dominion Post

Farkhunda Killed by Mob, the Washington Visit, and Other Afghan News

On Thursday, in Kabul, near a religious shrine, a mob of men beat a woman named Farkhunda to death. Two days before Nowroz or the New Years celebration marked by Afghanistan and many other Central Asian countries, Kabul faced an unprecedented ...
 Daily Kos1 week ago Afghan cleric defends lynching mentally ill woman  Dominion Post1 week ago Afghan cleric, police official defend lynching of woman in Kabul  DNA India1 week ago Afghan cleric and others defend lynching of woman in Kabul  Reuters1 week ago
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Afghanistan welcomes in spring with Newroz celebrations

For the first time in more than a decade Afghan forces, rather than foreign forces, guarded the annual Newroz celebration Under the watchful eyes of the country's security forces, Afghans on Fridaywelcomed inNewroz, the festival to mark the Persian ...
 Turkish Weekly1 week ago
Tolo News

Abdullah Hopes Better Security and Economy After US Trip

As only two days are remaining to the important trip of the National Unity Government (NUG) leaders to Washington at the invitation of President Barack Obama, the chief executive Abdullah Abdullah hoped this visit would bring a significant change to ...
 Tolo News1 week ago

Lawyer's murder spotlights Bin Laden doctor's plight

The murder of Samiullah Afridi has highlighted the case of Shakil Afridi, an incarcerated Pakistani doctor who helped the US find bin Laden in 2011. Analysts say the mystery shrouding Afridi's case needs to be solved. ...
 Deutsche Welle1 week ago

The town that wants more immigrants - on Dateline

Over 60,000 migrants have landed in Italy in the last 12 months, but while theyre being shunned by many, one town is welcoming them with open arms. Domenico Lucano is Mayor of Riace in the country's south, which was home to less than 2,000 people ...
 Special Broadcasting Service2 weeks ago
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