Anup Kaphle

Digital editorWashington, D.C.

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How much do you really know about events around the world this week?

  • Jul 31, 2014

How much do you really know about events around the world this week?

  • Jul 31, 2014

The plane was carrying hundreds of pounds of live birds, dogs and fresh cut flowers

  • Jul 19, 2014

The FAA has issued flight prohibitions and restrictions for a list of countries.

  • Jul 19, 2014

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria on Sunday posted gruesome photos that purported to show its members executing dozens of men in Iraq’s Salahuddin province.

  • Jun 15, 2014

Before Pitbull gave us a weak “We are One” song, there were Ricky Martin and Shakira, whose songs will be hard to beat.

  • Jun 5, 2014

When June 4 approaches every year, China does its best to control the narrative about Tiananmen.

  • Jun 3, 2014

A woman was stoned to death and killed by her family outside a high court in Lahore.

  • May 27, 2014

You can forgive people for some skepticism.

  • May 20, 2014

This is the first time that the United States has brought such criminal charges against a foreign country.

  • May 19, 2014

Apa Sherpa, who has climbed the Everest 21 times, says the mountain should be left alone.

  • May 5, 2014

A CBS correspondent reports that they beat one of her male colleagues, but they were all ultimately freed.

  • May 2, 2014

As a tightly-knit community mourns the loss of friends, Sherpas question whether climbing a mountain they consider holy for money is worth the risks.

  • Apr 21, 2014

At least 13 Nepali guides, most of whom were Sherpas, were killed in an avalanche on Mount Everest on Friday, making it the deadliest accident on the world's highest peak. The avalanche occurred in an area nicknamed the "popcorn field," which is surrounded by ice boulders along the route leading through the Khumbu Icefall. The avalanche struck at about 19,000 feet, just below Camp 1.

  • Apr 18, 2014

A fascinating moment in democracy.

  • Apr 10, 2014

The AP photographer died after being shot by an Afghan police in Khost province.

  • Apr 4, 2014

Following violent attacks by Hutu extremists inside refugee camps, nearly a million Rwandans began to leave the camps and head back home.

  • Apr 3, 2014

A week after killings began, Washington Post photographer went to the border between Rwanda and Tanzania.

  • Apr 2, 2014

Abdel Fattah al-Sissi, who is almost certain to win the presidency, will become the sixth military man to lead Egypt.

  • Mar 26, 2014

A growing number of Nepali young men and women are leaving their homes in hopes of finding better jobs.

  • Mar 25, 2014
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About Anup

Anup Kaphle is the digital editor for Washington Post’s foreign and national security coverage. He has reported on the Afghan police and the war in Afghanistan. Before coming to the Post, he worked at the Atlantic, where he helped edit and launch new online features and websites.

He has an M.S. degree in journalism from Columbia University. He grew up in Pokhara, Nepal.