Malik Achakzai
Malik Achakzai

This Is the Future Young Afghans Want For Their Country

Ariana Delawari is an Afghan-American artist who is willing and hoping for a prosperous, secure and peaceful Afghanistan where its new generation works for the development of the country.

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Afghanistan Will Never Again Be Ruled By the Taliban

With peace talks between the U.S. and the Taliban kicking-off in Qatar, a leading Afghan analyst and journalist discusses the future of Afghanistan.
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Pakistan Bomb Blast Kills 9 On Peshawar Bus

A bomb blast on a mini bus in Peshawar killed at least nine people on Saturday, government officials said, in the recent attack.
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Lashkar-e-Jhangavi Terror Group Sets Off Multiple Bombs in Pakistan: 120 Killed, 265 Injured

Three bombs in Quetta and one in Swat exploded in an interval of six hours, killing at least 120, and injuring 265 so far.
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The Buddhas of Aynak: The Afghan Cultural Site That the World Does Not Care About

The Buddhas of Aynak are a 2,500 year old treasure. A Chinese company will turn the site into a copper mine in just four weeks, destroying many artifacts.
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Afghanistan News: Karzai Urges Taliban to Stop Fighting Ahead of 2014 Withdrawal

After successful Afghanistan High Peace Council negotiations, the chances of peace may be improving ahead of the 2014 withdrawal deadline from Afghanistan.

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A Portrait of the Dangerous Roads Patrolled by the Taliban in Afghanistan and Pakistan

Pakistan Army Chief Ashfaq Pervez Kiyani has laid a foundational stone to reconstruct the route in between Afghanistan and Pakistan by the year 2013.
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Afghans Should Accept Peace Talks With the Taliban to Promote Peace

Many Afghans might reject peace talks with the Taliban now, but over time, they will accept these talks in order to bring peace back to the country.
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A Comparative Portrait of Afghanistan and Pakistan

A historical portrait of Afghanistan and Pakistan shines light on modern day conflict between the neighbors.