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Abdullah Abdullah and Ashraf Ghani are challenging stereotypes ahead of Saturday's presidential runoff in Afghanistan.
Nearly two-thirds of Afghans are under the age of 25, and many seem engaged and somewhat optimistic.
Kabul residents hope their leader presses Pakistan on alleged Taliban support during trip to Islamabad.
The two countries are hammering out a deal to allow limited US troop presence when the international coalition leaves.
As a new report on the Kabul Bank scandal places a spotlight on corruption, we ask what Hamid Karzai will do about it.
Low pay, mistrust and general dissatisfaction with the Kabul government are cited as possible reasons for killings.
Lack of funds threatens some schools, while other institutions are opening franchises across the nation.
Sixteen years after he was killed, Mohammad Najibullah is riding a wave of popularity among violence-weary Afghans.
A band of photojournalists are winning praise and helping to keep the world's focus on the embattled nation.
In presence of western officials, Afghan president's chief of staff and senior diplomat accused each other of spying.
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