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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.
Family of parliament speaker among those killed in attack at buzkashi venue in northern Kunduz province.
We ask if the latest insider attack is another sign that Afghan troops are not prepared to take over security.
Afghan president to decide whether or not to abide by parliament's dismissal of interior and defence ministers.
Legislators vote against defence and interior ministers accused of failing to act against cross border shelling.
US troops due to leave in 2014 but questions remain over whether Afghan counterparts will be ready.
We ask what the biggest attack on Kabul in 11 years reveals about the state of security in the country.
President faults Afghan authorities and NATO over fierce Taliban assault on Kabul and other areas that lasted 18 hours.
Following the killing of 16 Afghan civilians by an American soldier, we ask whether US war strategy can remain intact.
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