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  • Economy

    Kandahar bakery puts dozens of breadwinning women to work

  • Economy

    Cold weather, poverty darken lives of impoverished Afghans

  • Economy

    UN begins construction of irrigation canals in Balkh, creating hundreds of jobs

  • Health

    Balkh women turn to yoga, sports to overcome mental pressure

  • Women's Rights

    Determined to work: Afghan women open second market in Herat city

  • Environment

    Cold snap in Afghanistan kills at least 70

  • Health

    Non-profit clinic in Herat treats needy women, children for free

  • Women's Rights

    Three international NGOs partially resume work in Afghanistan

  • Society

    Herat drug addicts seek help in cold winter

  • Politics

    Top Iranian officials hedge bets with Venezuela beach homes, report alleges

  • Economy

    FAO distributes animal fodder, agricultural products among Kunduz livestock owners

  • Terrorism

    ISIS suicide blast raises concerns about increasing insecurity in Kabul

  • Economy

    'Into the mouth of a dragon': Afghans decry oil extraction deal with Chinese company

  • Security

    Afghans raise concerns over increasing ISIS activity in major cities

  • Economy

    Poverty, lack of export markets hit Herat farmers hard despite high yields

  • Education

    'Study with Saber': Blind man teaches thousands in Khost through radio

  • Economy

    Veteran craftsmen keep Herat traditional tile making alive

  • Women's Rights

    'I'm standing with my sisters': Afghan academic vows to fight for women's rights

  • Education

    Makeshift schools provide education for thousands of children in Kunduz 

  • Security

    Iranian airliners transported weapons first to Middle East, and now to Russia

  • Analysis

    Ukraine war threatens Russia's status on UN Security Council