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Several Killed in Militant Attack on a Sikh Temple in Afghanistan

KABUL, Afghanistan — Militants stormed a Sikh temple in Afghanistan’s capital on Saturday, leaving several people dead and others wounded,…

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Military Clears Crew of Plane That Took Flight as Afghans Fell to Their Deaths

WASHINGTON — The Air Force has cleared the crew of an American military C-17 cargo plane that took off from…

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With Spate of Attacks, ISIS Begins Bloody New Chapter in Afghanistan

KABUL, Afghanistan — The first blast ripped through a school in Kabul, the Afghan capital, killing high school students. Days…

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Explosion at Afghan Mosque Kills at Least 10

KABUL, Afghanistan — An explosion at a Shiite mosque in northern Afghanistan on Thursday killed at least 10 people and…

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Blasts at Schools in Shiite Area of Kabul Kill at Least 6

KABUL, Afghanistan — Several explosions outside an education center and a public high school in Afghanistan’s capital on Tuesday killed…

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Taliban Renege on Promise to Open Afghan Girls’ Schools

KABUL, Afghanistan — The Taliban on Wednesday abruptly reversed their decision to allow girls’ high schools to reopen this week,…

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Afghan Aviators Hide as Taliban Urge Them to Return to Duty

KABUL, Afghanistan — Last year, the three Afghan aviators served in the elite Special Mission Wing of the Afghan Air…

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The Taliban Have Staffing Issues. They Are Looking for Help in Pakistan.

KARACHI, Pakistan — It was 20 years ago when the jihadi, a defense ministry official in the Taliban’s first government,…

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Former Afghan President Says He Fled Nation to ‘Save Kabul’

Former President Ashraf Ghani of Afghanistan said he fled the country to prevent the destruction of Kabul as Taliban fighters…

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An Afghan Official Laments What Was Lost and Looks to What Lies Ahead

What most haunts Ahmad Nader Nadery about the last hours before the Taliban seized power in Kabul are the words…

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