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Afghan Women Fear The Worst after U.S. Withdrawal

Afghan Women Fear the Worst, Whether War or Peace Lies Ahead

Afghan Women Fear The Worst after U.S. Withdrawal Afghan Women Fear The Worst after U.S. Withdrawal KABUL, Afghanistan — Farzana Ahmadi watched as a neighbor in her village in northern Afghanistan was flogged by Taliban fighters last month. The crime: Her face was uncovered. “Every woman should cover their eyes,” Ms. Ahmadi recalled one Taliban member saying. People silently watched …

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Afghan Women Fear the Worst, Whether War or Peace Lies Ahead

Afghan Women Fear the Worst, Whether War or Peace Lies Ahead

Afghan Women Fear the Worst, Whether War or Peace Lies Ahead Afghan Women Fear the Worst, Whether War or Peace Lies Ahead KABUL, Afghanistan — Farzana Ahmadi watched as a neighbor in her village in northern Afghanistan was flogged by Taliban fighters last month. The crime: Her face was uncovered. “Every woman should cover their eyes,” Ms. Ahmadi recalled one …

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Biden’s Afghan Pullout Is a Victory for Pakistan. But at What Cost?

Biden’s Afghan Pullout Is a Victory for Pakistan. But at What Cost?

Biden’s Afghan Pullout Is a Victory for Pakistan. But at What Cost? Biden’s Afghan Pullout Is a Victory for Pakistan. But at What Cost? Near the peak of the American war in Afghanistan, a former chief of neighboring Pakistan’s military intelligence — an institution allied both to the U.S. military and to its Taliban adversaries — came on a talk …

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With Afghan Decision, Biden Seeks to Focus U.S. on New Challenges

With Afghan Decision, Biden Seeks to Focus U.S. on New Challenges

With Afghan Decision, Biden Seeks to Focus U.S. on New Challenges With Afghan Decision, Biden Seeks to Focus U.S. on New Challenges WASHINGTON — President Biden’s decision to pull all American troops from Afghanistan by Sept. 11 was rooted in his belief that there is no room for continuing 20 years of failed efforts to remake that country, especially at …

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Afghan War Casualty Report: April 2021

Afghan War Casualty Report: April 2021

Afghan War Casualty Report: April 2021 Afghan War Casualty Report: April 2021 The following report compiles all significant security incidents confirmed by New York Times reporters throughout Afghanistan for the month. It is necessarily incomplete as many local officials refuse to confirm casualty information. The report includes government claims of insurgent casualty figures, but in most cases these cannot be …

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Foes in Afghan War See a Common Threat of Islamic State’s Return

Foes in Afghan War See a Common Threat of Islamic State’s Return

Foes in Afghan War See a Common Threat of Islamic State’s Return Foes in Afghan War See a Common Threat of Islamic State’s Return THE PECH VALLEY, Afghanistan — A valley of wood workshops and green wheat fields, torn apart by violence during two decades of war in eastern Afghanistan, is now strangely quiet — the result of an uneasy …

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Afghan president appoints 2 ministers, angers ruling partner Washington Russia Cabinet Nato Ashraf Ghani

Afghan president appoints 2 ministers, angers ruling partner Washington Russia Cabinet Nato Ashraf Ghani

Afghan president appoints 2 ministers, angers ruling partner Washington Russia Cabinet Nato Ashraf Ghani Afghan president appoints 2 ministers, angers ruling partner Washington Russia Cabinet Nato Ashraf Ghani Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has made two key Cabinet changes, evoking a strong response Saturday from powerful governing partner Abdullah Abdullah amid increasing pressure from the U.S. to reach a peace agreement …

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At Least 9 Dead in Afghan Helicopter Crash, After Clashes With Local Militia

At Least 9 Dead in Afghan Helicopter Crash, After Clashes With Local Militia

At Least 9 Dead in Afghan Helicopter Crash, After Clashes With Local Militia At Least 9 Dead in Afghan Helicopter Crash, After Clashes With Local Militia KABUL, Afghanistan — Nine security personnel were killed after an Afghan military helicopter was downed, likely by militia forces, in eastern Afghanistan early Thursday, signaling a drastic rift between the Afghan government and the …

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U.S. Pushes U.N.-Led Peace Conference in Letter to Afghan Leader

U.S. Pushes U.N.-Led Peace Conference in Letter to Afghan Leader

U.S. Pushes U.N.-Led Peace Conference in Letter to Afghan Leader U.S. Pushes U.N.-Led Peace Conference in Letter to Afghan Leader Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken has proposed a United Nations-led peace conference in Turkey aimed at forming an inclusive Afghan government with the Taliban and establishing a three-month reduction in violence leading to a cease-fire. In a letter to …

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Afghan War Casualty Report: March 2021

Afghan War Casualty Report: March 2021

Afghan War Casualty Report: March 2021 Afghan War Casualty Report: March 2021 The following report compiles all significant security incidents confirmed by New York Times reporters throughout Afghanistan from the past seven days. It is necessarily incomplete as many local officials refuse to confirm casualty information. The report includes government claims of insurgent casualty figures, but in most cases these …

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