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Regional expert Marvin Weinbaum talks about the fierce opposition President Ashraf Ghani faces in Afghanistan and the significance of the agreement for the South Asian region.
Pakistan's failure in fulfilling commitments to President Ashraf Ghani will force the Afghan leader to once again turn to Islamabad's regional rival, India.
Militants of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU) are looking for a new home. They might have found one in Afghanistan, right on the doorstep of their native land.
The former head of Afghan intelligence offers scathing criticism of neighboring Pakistan's policies toward his country. More
A colorful bus in Karachi.
The southern seaport of Karachi is Pakistan's biggest city, financial capital and industrial hub. Home to an estimated 20 million people, its riches constantly attract new migrants. It was once known as the "City of Lights" but is now often in the news because of violence. Zoha Waseem has photographed the various shades of life in her hometown.
A leading Pakistani political party is expected to dominate the country's biggest city despite the ongoing government crackdown. More
There has been a lot of trouble across northern Afghanistan in recent months and one reason is the arrival of militants from the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU). More
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