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Dozens of people have been reported killed in a suicide attack on a crowded section of Jalalabad, the capital of the eastern province of Nangarhar.
Pakistan's Ahmadi religious minority have complained of oppression with community members being murdered and victims of systematic discrimination and alienation.
A remote northeastern Afghan province bordering Central Asia, China and Pakistan has unexpectedly emerged as a region vulnerable to militant infiltration helped by anemic security forces.
An old hand in Afghan affairs see the country's hardline Taliban divided over the prospects of peace talks after more than a decade of violence. More
Some of Pakistan's more affluent residents enjoy a lifestyle that is far removed from the conflict and instability often associated with the country by observers abroad.
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
The black flag of the Islamic State (IS) militant group has reportedly been raised in areas of northern Afghanistan, just south of the border with Central Asia, and Ashgabat, Tashkent, and Dushanbe have taken notice. More
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