(Reuters)
World
Afghan vice president returning from exile narrowly escapes blast
Afghan Vice President Abdul Rashid Dostum narrowly escaped an attack at Kabul airport as he returned home on July 22. Dostum spent more than a year in exile over allegations of torturing and abusing a political rival.
Read More
Up next in World
promo
1:11
Afghan vice president returning from exile narrowly escapes blast
promo
1:16
Egypt: Dozens of cat mummies, cat statues found in tombs
promo
2:13
In speech honoring WWI soldiers, Trump vows to preserve 'civilization ... peace'
promo
0:57
China reveals world's first virtual news anchors powered by artificial intelligence
promo
0:57
Turkey says Saudi team acted on orders in Khashoggi case
promo
1:13
At least 30 people are dead as heavy wind and rain pounds Italy
promo
1:28
China's 'useless Edison’ shows off some his inventions
promo
0:50
Scenes from Google walkouts across the world
promo
4:23
Turkish prosecutor: Khashoggi strangled and dismembered inside consulate
promo
1:48
The crash of Lion Air Flight 610 is just the latest in a string of incidents for the airline
promo
3:00
‘I can’t turn back’: Migrant children trek through southern Mexico
promo
2:10
Merkel offers to step aside as party leader