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A former U.S. envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan has called on Islamabad to go after Afghan insurgents on its soil to boost ties with Kabul.
The Afghan government has turned to a risky war strategy to tackle the Taliban in the country's north -- teaming up two rival former warlords with a history of animosity toward each other.
Insurgents are threatening to overrun a hydroelectric dam vital for irrigation and electricity generation across southern Afghanistan.
Atta Mohammad Noor, the powerful governor of Afghanistan's Balkh Province, has blamed the government's weak leadership for the soaring violence in the country's north. More
Over the last two decades, some of RFE/RL’s European language services have closed as local independent media took their place, but new services have also opened for countries still struggling to overcome autocratic institutions, violations of human rights, and ethnic and religious tensions.
Pakistani and Afghan leaders need to move quickly to end the historic trust deficit between their countries to embark on a new journey of peace and cooperation. More
Afghans have questioned former President Hamid Karzai's motives in opposing the foreign and domestic policies of incumbent President Ashraf Ghani. More
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