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13 Jun 2021
People who worked with foreign forces should stay in Afghanistan after NATO troops leave, the Taliban has said. Many are looking to leave the country out of fear of repercussions.
25 Apr 2021
As Germany prepares to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan, the country's defense minister says Berlin has "a deep obligation" to protect those who might now be in danger.
11 Aug 2019
Afghans hope for peace during Eid as the latest round of US-Taliban talks continue ahead of the religious holiday, known as the festival of sacrifice celebrated by Muslims around the world.
4 Feb 2018
Afghans weighed down by decades of war and struggle find a little comfort and distraction in the company of birds.
3 Jun 2017
At least four Afghans are killed when police fire live rounds to disperse stone-throwing protesters seeking to march on the presidential palace to demand the government's resignation following a catastrophic truck bombing.

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