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U.S. Gen. John Campbell (left) and Command Sgt. Maj. Delbert Byers open the Operation Resolute Support flag during a ceremony at the International Security Assistance Force headquarters in Kabul, Afghanistan on Sunday. Massoud Hossaini/AP hide caption

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After Years Of Conflict, U.S. Mission Shifts In Afghanistan

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Commander of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF), Gen. John Campbell opens the "Resolute Support" flag during a ceremony at the ISAF headquarters in Kabul on Sunday. Massoud Hossaini/AP hide caption

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On The Pakistani Taliban: 'You Can't Do Politics ... Killing Children'

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Fight Against Corruption In Afghanistan Press On

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Afghan security personnel inspect a damaged bus at the site of a suicide attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Saturday. There was no immediate report of casualties, but the attack was one of several in the last 24 hours that have been blamed on the Taliban. Rahmat Gul/AP hide caption

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"When you grow up poor in America, often you feel very invisible, and like you don't have a voice. Just like many Afghans feel." -Kimberly Motley James Duncan Davidson/James Duncan Davidson/TED hide caption

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How Can The Rule Of Law Bring "Justness" And Not Just Justice?

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Afghan laborers work on a road project in Kabul. The city has undertaken a huge project to fix its roads and sewers. Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images hide caption

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Kabul Postcard: A Neighborhood In Transition

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Reporter In Kabul Wins Award For Courage In Journalism

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At about $15 a gram, saffron is the world's most expensive spice. Rumi Spice has a unique model of employing Afghan farmers who are growing it that aims to double or even triple their annual income. Cristina Hirschkorn/Courtesy of Rumi Spice hide caption

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Cooperative captives conduct afternoon prayers inside a communal cellblock at Camp 6 last month at the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Six long-time detainees of the prison have been transferred to Uruguay. Walter Michot/MCT/Landov hide caption

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American Hostage Killed During Rescue Attempt In Yemen

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