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Afghan officials claim to have killed scores of militants in a new offensive against the Islamic State in a restive southern province.
Kabul has embarked on reshaping its historically tense relations with Islamabad, but Pakistan is still reluctant to earnestly help the Afghan peace process.
China has emerged as a major international actor in stabilizing Afghanistan, as the U.S. continues to withdraw from the country following one of the longest wars in its history.
The author of a new book says Islamist militancy is testing the resilient relationship between Beijing and Islamabad. More
Afghanistan's national cricket team this week made its first appearance at a World Cup tournament, currently under way in Australia. The team's results so far have been mixed, but its debut at the biggest event in the sport has been a source of joy and inspiration for many Afghan fans. Cricket is widely popular among young Afghans, and children across the country can be seen honing their skills morning and evening.
At RFE/RL's most recent weekly editorial meeting, as we discussed coverage of the Paris terrorist attacks, a colleague said: "We all feel guilty! I know many of us who are ashamed or afraid to leave their homes. We need to do a story about this as well." More
NPR's Sean Carberry, Radio Mashaal's Daud Khattak and International Crisis Group's Graeme Smith examine the myth and the reality of the so-called Islamic State's presence in Afghanistan and Pakistan. More
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