Leader's Death Revives Question: What Is Pakistan's Relationship With The Taliban?
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'Mirror Test' Reflects On The Consequences Of The Wars In Iraq And Afghanistan
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With Mansour Dead, Taliban Must Select A New Leader
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Afghan Government Says Taliban Leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour Killed By U.S. Airstrike
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How Effective Is The Peace Program That Pays Taliban To Leave The Fight?
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Leaving Afghanistan Is Not Always The Best Solution For Migrants, Ghani Says
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Loss And Reunion For Family Fleeing Afghanistan
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In 2011, soldiers from Alpha Co. 101st Airborne Division walk beneath the high mud walls that make up the labyrinth of alleyways and corridors of the village of Sangeray in the Zhari District of Kandahar Province. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Hoping To Rebuild Connections, Marines From Darkhorse Battalion Reunite
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Chinese President Xi Jinping (left) toasts with Britain's Queen Elizabeth II during a state banquet at Buckingham Palace in London on the first day of the state visit in October 2015. Elizabeth said on camera that Chinese officials had been "very rude" during the official visit. Dominic Lipinski/AP hide caption

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President Ashraf Ghani (right) and Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah (left) leave after signing a power-sharing deal in September 2014 at the presidential palace in Kabul. Afghanistan's National Unity Government is now in disarray. Massoud Hossaini/AP hide caption

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Afghan Cycling Federation Coach Faces Corruption Charges
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Army Gen. Joseph Votel, commander of U.S. Central Command, briefs reporters on the release of the investigation into the U.S. airstrikes on the Doctors With Borders trauma center in Kunduz, Afghanistan. Molly Riley/AP hide caption

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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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