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Sharbat Gula's story mirrors Afghanistan's pain.

The Office of the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction says 95 percent of the sections of road they inspected were either damaged or destroyed. And 85 percent were maintained either poorly or not at all.

There are reportedly three to four incidents involving attacks on medical facilities or health workers each week in Afghanistan.

It is unclear whether the detainee survived the abuse.

Scenes from around the world.

A look at how the world prepared for Eid al-Fitr.

No militant group has claimed responsibility for the attacks in Khost or Kabul.

The boats now sit in storage in Virginia.

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

Here's a list of former Afghan detainees who have returned to fight for the Taliban

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