Afghan Cycling Federation Coach Faces Corruption Charges
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16 People Disciplined After Kunduz Hospital Airstrike, But Questions Remain
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On Wednesday, Afghan mourners offer funeral prayers for a victim killed in Tuesday's bomb blast in Kabul. The Taliban said it carried out the brazen assault near the defense ministry, which would mark the first major Taliban attack in the Afghan capital since the insurgents announced the start of this year's fighting season. Shah Marai/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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At Least 28 People Killed In Kabul Attack
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Taliban Claims Responsibility For Explosion In Afghan Capital Kabul
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'The Envoy': Zalmay Khalilzad's Journey From Afghanistan To The White House
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Survivors Of Afghan Hospital Airstrike Dissatisfied With Compensation Plan
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Prominent Young Afghans Press For Change Through Intellectual Soldiering
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Forester Jorgen Andersson clears trees with his horse, not a tractor. He says he'd never thought of taking an Afghan refugee as an apprentice — especially one who'd never been in a forest before. But now, he says, "I'm happy to do that." Eleanor Beardsley/NPR hide caption

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After Fleeing The Taliban, An Afghan Reinvents Himself In Sweden
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For Veterans, A 'Sense Of Purpose' Hard To Find In Life After Iraq
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People walk away from Brussels airport after Tuesday's terrorist attack. Analysts say the violence may reduce travel for a while but the industry should bounce back. Geert Vanden Wijngaert/AP hide caption

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French President Francois Hollande (center right) shakes hands with Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, (center left) before a meeting during an EU summit in Brussels on Friday. Stephane de Sakutin /AP hide caption

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Afghanistan Show Aims To Fix City Problems
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Afghans seeking passports wait in line in Kabul on Jan. 20. Many Afghans are seeking to leave the country, though some have returned from countries like Germany after finding out that they were unlikely to receive asylum. Xinhua News Agency hide caption

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Feeling Unwanted In Germany, Some Afghan Migrants Head Home
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Asylum seekers from Afghanistan play football Feb. 7 in a resort in Halmstad, Sweden, where they are living temporarily. Sweden took in 163,000 migrants in 2015. Resistance to migrants is beginning to grow among some Swedes. David Ramos/Getty Images hide caption

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As Migrants Flow In, Sweden Begins To Rethink Its Open-Door Policy
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Hans Sick and Freia-Mai Franck have taken in two Afghan teenagers. Franck, who came to Sweden as a German refugee after World War II, says, "I'm remembering what was happening to me when I was a child." Courtesy of Hans Sick and Freia-Mai Franck hide caption

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Fleeing Alone, Some Migrant Kids Find Foster Homes In Sweden
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Obama Presents Navy SEAL Edward Byers, Jr. With Medal Of Honor
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Afghanistan Remains Profoundly Corrupt After U.S. Invasion, Report Finds
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Afghanistan's Real-Life Romeo And Juliet
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A woman with a cut on her cheek and trouble seeing with her left eye was admitted to Craig Joint Theater Hospital at Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan. X-rays showed a projectile that surgeons decided to remove. Forbes et al. 2016/Journal of Neurosurgery hide caption

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