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Afghan authorities say at least eight people, including two NATO service members, have been killed in separate bomb attacks. More
The Oxfam aid agency says Afghan woman are being excluded from efforts to negotiate peace with the Taliban and warns that hard-won rights for women could be bargained away unless more is done to include women in the peace process. More
Afghan officials say a suicide attack has killed at least 45 people and injured some 60 others at a volleyball tournament in the country’s eastern Paktika Province. More
Afghanistan's parliament has approved bilateral security agreements with the United States and separately with NATO that allow international troops to remain in Afghanistan past the end of this year. More
Afghanistan’s former president, Hamid Karzai, has said at a gathering in New Delhi that Kabul will not allow its soil to be used for a "proxy war" between India and Pakistan. More
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