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Two young Czech women kidnapped in Pakistan in 2013 have been freed and are back home.
Afghan patients regularly endure strenuous journeys across the Durand Line to reach Pakistani hospitals because of the lack of faith in domestic health facilities. Faiz Noori from Afghanistan and Aftab Ahmad from Pakistan report.
The lynching of an innocent young woman in front of a Kabul shrine has cast unprecedented attention on women's rights in Afghanistan.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has begun a U.S. visit by thanking the United States for its support during 14 years of war. More
Abdul Ghani Khan (1914-1996), a master poet, sculptor and painter, was inspired by the Impressionists but developed his own style. He mostly concentrated on painting the human face because "of the infinite possibilities for the portrayal of feelings and emotions." He liked pastels but also used charcoal, pencil and paint brush. Imtiaz Ahmad Sahibzada, a friend and admirer, provided these photographs of Khan's paintings.
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
In the most recent episode of RFE/RLive, leading Western scholars weigh in on China's expanding role in stabilizing neighboring Afghanistan and Pakistan. More
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