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The Farkhunda shame

Women pallbearers of her coffin have signalled a new moment in Kabul.

Afghan women, demand justice for a woman who was beaten to death by a mob after being falsely accused of burning a Quran last week, during a protest in downtown Kabul, Afghanistan, Tuesday, March 24, 2015. Men and women of all ages carried banners bearing the bloodied face of Farkhunda, a 27-year-old religious scholar killed last week by a mob. Farkhunda, who went by one name like many Afghans, was beaten, run over with a car and burned before her body was thrown into the Kabul River. The poster at center with Persian writing reads, "Farkhunda's murderers, execution." (Source: AP)

Mob Killing: Thousands march for justice for Farkhunda in Kabul, demand death for the killers

Thousands marched through the Afghan capital demanding justice for a woman who was beaten to death by a mob

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263 days as Aslam Khan

Father Alexis Prem Kumar was kidnapped by Taliban in Afghanistan last June. 8 months later, he was freed after govt intervened.

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Afghanistan car bomb attack: 7 dead, 43 wounded

The massive car bomb attack on the governor’s compound killed at least seven people and wounded 43.


Rise of Asian pacers one of the stories of World Cup

The Asian embrace of pace was one of the highlights of the World Cup, writes Harsha Bhogle.


The ‘Afghan Bruce Lee’ who wants to finish his idol’s 1973 unfinished film

‘Bruce Hazara’, a member of Afghanistan’s Hazara community, bears a striking resemblance to Bruce Lee.

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UN, Russia concerned on Islamic State foothold in Afghanistan

UN envoy said that recent reports indicate the Islamic State extremist group has established a foothold in Afghanistan.

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Thousands of Afghan refugees facing harassment flee Pakistan

“Whenever there was a bomb blast they would arrest us for it, beat us up, take our money.”

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Taliban kill 7 policemen in central Afghanistan attack

Afghan official claims that 7 policemen were the victim of latest Taliban attack in central Afghanistan.


Future uncertain, Afghanistan enjoy fleeting ‘elite’ status

Asked if they were scared of England, Hamid Hassan told a reporter: ‘Afghan never scared, never scared’.

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Defying taboos, Afghanistan’s first woman taxi driver steers change

Becoming Afghanistan’s first and only woman taxi driver in living memory was a pragmatic step rather than a brave one for her.

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We’re trying to win games, regardless of the situation, says Daniel Vettori

Vettori produced a man-of-the-match performance in New Zealand’s six-wicket victory over Afghanistan.

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We have to stick to our brand of cricket against Afghanistan, says Tim Southee

Afghanistan face the unenviable task of of facing New Zealand’s World Cup juggernaut on Sunday.


Brendon McCullum likely to be fit in time for Afghanistan tie

Unbeaten New Zealand lead Pool A on eight points and face Afghanistan at McLean Park on Sunday.

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World Cup 2015: Andrew Flintoff inspired me a lot, says Hamid Hassan ahead of Australia tie

Hamid Hassan wants to rip through Australia on Wednesday, using England hero Andrew Flintoff as inspiration.