KABUL (PAN): Ghazni MP Huma Sultani claims to have met twice with Taliban leader Mullah Omar and several times with President Hamid Karzai in a bid for peace.
KABUL (PAN): Many girls opt to elope instead of marrying against their will. Shukria, a citizen of southeastern Paktia province, is one of them.
KABUL (PAN): Women in Kabul worry that communal bath houses are unclean but say they have no choice as many do not have bathrooms in their own homes.
KABUL(PAN): President Hamid Karzai on Saturday urged Germany to invest in different Afghan sectors after the security transition to Afghan forces from their international colleagues, a process begi
KABUL (PAN): Sixty-eight children returned home after being treated in Germany with the cooperation of Afghan Red Crescent Society (ARCS) and German Peace Village, officials said on Sunday.
KABUL (PAN): Their numbers may be small, but the female drivers of Kabul are not silent.
KABUL (PAN): A senior United Nations official demanded on Sunday that child soldiers should be expelled from Afghan security forces.
KABUL (PAN): Hameedullah, 12, sells cigarettes on a busy road in the capital, Kabul.
KABUL (PAN): Hameedullah, 12, sells cigarettes on a busy road in the
capital, Kabul. He says he was often been beaten by his father, making
KABUL (PAN): When he was 12, Velinder Singh, a Sikh, was bullied so viciously by his Muslim classmates, that he dropped out of school and went to work with his father
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