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The Kalash tribe offers a test of Muslim-dominated Pakistan’s tolerance for minorities and cultural diversity.
Experts cite climate change, ice-selling and unrestricted access.
U.S. and Afghan forces have embarked on a strategy that appears to be thwarting the insurgents.
Generals are making plans to take the fight to the Taliban.
Pakistan’s government is giving $3 million to the Darul Uloom Haqqania seminary, which has produced scores of insurgents who are still fighting Afghanistan’s U.S.-backed government and still maintains ties to the Taliban.
A judge ruled that the 15-year-old was an official convert to Islam, effectively severing ties between her and her family.
The money would come with no new conditions to make sure it’s not lost to waste or corruption.
Afghanistan remains one of the most world’s most hostile countries for gays and lesbians.
The reaction to the Florida massacre in Kabul was muted — and wary.
Seddique Mateen insists his son was not motivated by Islamist radical ideology.