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At least four Afghan soldiers killed and dozens, including civilians, injured in blast in Kabul.
Aid workers fear long-term impact of violent trauma on young boys recruited as combatants by both sides in Afghanistan.
The US-brokered unity government in Afghanistan does not bode well for the future stability of the country.
Canada's role in the Afghan debacle cannot be overshadowed by its identity as a peacemaking nation.
New UN report found a 14 percent increase in civilian casualties in 2013.
Families of eight Afghans killed in an attack on an exclusive Kabul eatery say their loved ones were ignored by media.
2,754 civilians killed in 2012 mark first drop in six years, but targeted killings of women in government raise alarms.
Monday's decree bans Afghans from calling in NATO air support in residential areas, but does not affect NATO operations.
After initially denying charges, Kabul government forms delegation to investigate claims of Afghan prison torture.
The EU recently suspended $25m in aid for the justice system which critics say is plagued by mismanagement.
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