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The issue is polarizing the country as the family of the man killed by a mob is trying to recover.

The lawyer and lawmaker played major roles in ousting two Philippine presidents who abused their power.

The United States did not support an international probe the group says is needed to investigate the attack.



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“I like hardship, and this is a hard job,” one police officer in Kabul said while sipping a Mountain Dew.

Gen. John F. Campbell told lawmakers: “We would never intentionally target a protected medical facility.”

China officially welcomed the pact, although it has questioned the transparency of the process.

The long-range force would focus on counterterrorism as concern grows about the rise of the Islamic State.

U.S. commander in Afghanistan says bombing was targeted at insurgents firing on American service members.

But street-to-street fighting continued between militants and government forces in the key city.

  • Mohammad Sharif, Tim Craig
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  • Oct 1, 2015
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The American soldiers were sent to “train, advise and assist” the Afghan military’s bid to retake the city.

On Tuesday evening, Taliban units threatened the Kunduz airport, thwarting efforts by Afghan troops to overcome one of the militant group’s biggest offensives in the 14-year war.

Kunduz “collapsed” into Taliban hands after a blitz-style assault.

  • Tim Craig, Sayed Salahuddin
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  • Sep 28, 2015
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New tunnels, constructed by the Chinese, allow traffic to continue past a Himalayan lake.

Explosive growth and overburdened infrastructure threaten the country’s wireless phone revolution.

Twenty years ago, Beijing hosted a world conference on women. Some of the hope it kindled is fading.

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