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The religious minority faces discrimination, lack of political power, and obstacles to cremating their dead.
About 3,000 tribal leaders will meet next month in the Afghan capital to decide whether to let US troops stay post 2014.
Leaders of armed groups have infiltrated Afghanistan's fragile education system.
Afghan president criticises vote that unseated his interior minister and refers the issue to the Supreme Court.
Legislators accuse Mujtaba Patang of corruption and incompetence in battle against Taliban.
New incentive package to include low land costs, tax exempt status, and multiple entry visas for investors.
As negotiations with the Taliban are set to begin, Afghan President Karzai says he will not take part if US is involved.
A proposed Afghan law targeting women's rights has created an unlikely alliance between feminists and religious clerics.
War forced many to abandon their wandering ways, but settled life is precarious with government offering little help.
Wardak residents stage a demonstration in Kabul, urging US Special Forces to leave their province.
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