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The emerging activism of Afghan women will be put to the test in the aftermath of the April election.
Cabinet says it will not allow law that bars women from giving evidence against relatives or spouses.
Ali M Latifi
Twenty-five years after the Soviet withdrawal, those who took part in the Herat Uprising look back.
Family of abused woman decry new law that would forbid relatives of accused from being questioned as witnesses.
By delegating talks on US-Afghan security pact to grand assembly, Karzai has made a clever bid to dodge responsibility.
A list published by an Afghan newspaper brings closure to families who lost loved ones during country's communist rule.
Will the US still be meddling in Afghanistan 30 years from now? If history is any guide, the answer is yes.
Former foreign minister plans to run again, pledging to clean up corruption and be responsive to Afghans' needs.
Meeting of scholars from two dozen countries viewed as latest bid towards restoring peace in Central Asian nation.
Pakistan's decision to free second-in-command Abdul Ghani Baradar could boost peace process, but critics are sceptical.
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