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As U.S. President Barack Obama wrapped up his visit to India, neighboring Pakistan has questioned the high-profile trip.
Authorities have begun firearms training for women teachers in Pakistan's northwestern city of Peshawar. The instructions are part of the measures the government is taking to secure educational institutions.
Pakistani authorities have moved against shops selling jihadist propaganda in a southwestern city considered a key sanctuary for the Afghan Taliban.
Despite the recent emergence of IS in Afghanistan, an analyst doubts the group will become a serious cause in the country. More
The Kabul in William Podlich's photographs is an almost unrecognizable place -- a bustling capital of nattily attired men and women; modern cars; and green parks. A place where women could freely walk the streets. A peaceful place where tourists could take buses to the major historic sites in the country or across the border to Pakistan.
Afghanistan needs to invest in a public education sector that can prevent future generations from becoming cannon fodder for extremist organizations. More
As if there were not enough militant problems for Central Asia already, some sources suggest the Islamic militant group currently dominating world headlines is also Central Asia’s greatest extremist challenge. More
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