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Afghans look for bodies after 69 killed in mosque blasts
Police and local people searched on Saturday for more bodies in the rubble of a mosque in Afghanistan’s eastern Nangarhar Province after bomb explosions in which at least 69 people were killed during Friday prayers.
Afghans to vote in presidential election amid Taliban worries
Millions of people in Afghanistan are expected to brave the threat of militant attacks during a presidential election on Saturday, hoping to prevent a repeat of a bitter, fraud-marred and ultimately unresolved poll in 2014.
Nearly nine in 10 Afghans are suffering
The collapse in peace negotiations between the US and Taliban has removed a potential barrier to holding Afghanistan's presidential election as scheduled on September 28. But the recent surge in Taliban attacks dispels any expectation that the election will lead to peace and stability for people who rate their lives more poorly than any other worldwide.
Afghans mark the mourning month of Muharram
The face of Afghan cities, specially the larger ones, like the capital Kabul, has changed. This is as part of the mourning ceremonies in the first month of the Muslim calendar. Across the Muslim world, Muharram is commemorated for the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hossein, the third Shia Imam.
UN: Afghans dying at 'unacceptable' level amid peace push
Civilians are being killed and wounded at a "shocking and unacceptable" level in Afghanistan's war despite a push to end the 18-year-old conflict, the United Nations said Tuesday.
Luxembourg: Iran-US tension to send 3m Afghans to Europe
The foreign minister of Luxembourg warned against the influx of about three million Afghan refugees living in Iran to Europe if even a small clash takes place between the Iranian and American forces.
Afghans march in cities to call for pullout of US troops
Several hundred protesters have marched in three cities in southern and eastern Afghanistan to call for a ceasefire and an end to the US-led war in the country.
Taliban attack kills 30 policemen in western Afghanistan
At least 30 Afghan security forces have been killed in an overnight attack by the Taliban militants against an outpost in Afghanistan’s western province of Farah bordering Iran, Afghan officials say.
Afghans vote in south Kandahar’s delayed elections
Security was tight in southern Kandahar on Saturday as voters waited hours in line to cast their ballots in parliamentary elections that were delayed in the province by one week after an attack by an elite guard killed two top government officials, including a powerful provincial police chief.
Afghans shut out by polling station chaos return to vote
Afghans unable to vote in Saturday’s parliamentary election after hundreds of polling stations failed to open were given another chance to cast their ballot on Sunday after voting times were extended despite security threats and warnings of fraud.
Pakistan's Imran Khan vows to give citizenship to some Afghans, Bengalis
Pakistan's new premier Imran Khan has vowed to give citizenship to some Afghan refugees and Bengali immigrants, officials confirmed Monday, granting rights to many who have lived in the country for decades.
More Afghans displaced by drought than war: UN
A total of 275,000 people have been displaced by drought in western Afghanistan — 52,000 more than the number uprooted by conflict this year — with over two million threatened by the effects of water shortages, the United Nations said.
Afghans complete rare silk Quran
One of the only Qurans ever made from silk fabric has been completed in Afghanistan -- a feat its creators hope will help preserve the country's centuries-old tradition of calligraphy.
EU humanitarian aid of €37.5m for Afghans in Iran, Pakistan
An EU’s aid commission announced its humanitarian assistance to help people affected by conflict and natural disasters in Afghanistan, Iran, and Pakistan.

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