- Staff Writer
Pamela Constable has covered South Asia from New Delhi and Kabul for The Post, and Central and South America for the Boston Globe.
Ahead of 2014 pullout by NATO forces, women’s rights activists fear a reversal of key gains.
Afghan police and insurgents wage a gun battle in a Kabul district that includes key government buildings.
As the Taliban steps up attacks, the prospects for negotiated settlement to the conflict appear dim.
Islamist militant group once allied with the United States appeared to be behind the suicide bombing.