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Abdullah Abdullah has made the first move as the jockeying among Afghanistan's three leading presidential contenders gets under way.
Afghan women send a message to the Taliban with high voter turnout despite threats of violence.
Outgoing President Hamid Karzai has praised Afghans for embracing democracy following a largely peaceful first round of voting for president and local offices that featured a high voter turnout.
Voters turned out in Afghanistan's April 5 elections is greater numbers than expected -- and there were not nearly enough ballot papers to meet demand.
Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah says he will not exclude anyone, including his fiercest rivals, from government if he wins Afghanistan's presidential election. More
Balochistan, a vast, resource-rich desert region spanning Pakistan and Iran is a hotbed of separatist conflict. In his new book titled "Balochistan at a Crossroads," journalist Willem Marx and photographer Marc Watterlot documented the suffering and struggles of Baluch people living in underdeveloped and marginalized communities in both Pakistan and Iran.
As NATO troops wind down more than a decade of combat operations in Afghanistan, it is increasingly likely that some version of political Islam will be central to politics and governance in the country for the foreseeable future. More
Reporters and human rights campaigners in Pakistan's northwestern tribal areas have called for security as the region’s protracted conflict takes a heavy toll on their professional and personal lives. More
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