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Central & South Asia
Suicide bombers attack Afghan army buses
At least seven people killed and 21 injured in twin attacks, a day after signing of US-Afghan security pact.
Hundreds of translators, who took risks to aid US war efforts, accuse US of reneging on pledge to help them.
India PM who was once denied US visa gets rousing welcome in New York as he holds talks with US president to boost ties.
Many accuse company of bending to political pressure after they fire man who posted a video of passengers throwing politicians off plane.
The Stream
Long-delayed bilateral agreement allows some US troops to stay in country beyond this year.
Former finance minister succeeds Hamid Karzai after a three-month standoff over disputed election results.
Twenty-five men detained for violating territorial waters, a frequent charge as nations' sea border not clearly defined.
features
Central & South Asia shows
30 Sep 2014 08:55 GMTViewfinder
A young reporter dares to cover press freedom in one of the world's most dangerous places for journalists - Sri Lanka.
17 Sep 2014 12:58 GMTAl Jazeera World
Bangladeshi students travel to the UK in hope of a prestigious education only to find the reality is quite different.
As the US draws back its combat forces from Afghanistan, what will they leave behind?
People and Power
Amid Pakistan's latest political power struggle, the country's news channels are fighting a proxy war of their own.
The economy has grown in the first 100 days under new leadership, but who is really responsible for the current upturn?
Anti-government protests turn violent in Islamabad.
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