Selon eux, ce vêtement était « comme une prison ». « J’ai l’habitude, » leur a répondu une femme de 60 ans. « Ça fait 35 ans que je porte ça. »
The garment feels “like a prison,” the men said. “I’m used to it,” a 60-year-old woman countered. “I’ve been wearing this for 35 years.”
Artist-activist Kubra Khademi took to Kabul’s streets in a metal jacket in a defiant protest against sexual harassment.
Because you better break it down barney style if you wanna cover yer six.
Rescue workers dug through the snow with their hands to save people.
Civilian deaths and injuries in Afghanistan hit a grim milestone last year. Children were hit hardest, with over 2,000 causalities.
The attackers dressed as police officers and detonated their explosives inside a station, according to reports. The Taliban claimed responsibility.
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A Taliban spokesman said the attacker wore a police uniform and infiltrated the ranks of Afghan forces to stage the attack.
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The service in eastern Laghman province was for victims of an earlier Taliban attack. Thirty-nine people were also wounded. It is the latest in a spate of attacks in the country.
During a soldier’s homecoming, a bunch of civilians learn another meaning for don’t ask don’t tell.
Captain Hannah Winterbourne decided to transition while serving in Afghanistan.
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The U.S. military’s involvement in the country will continue.
If you look for it, I’ve got a sneaky feeling you’ll find that love actually is all around.
There was so much to mock this year. Private Eye did not let us down.
BBC’s Middle East correspondent Quentin Sommerville was trying to do a serious report on the drug trade in Afghanistan a few years back … then he got the giggles.
The inmates had all been held at the detention facility for more than 11 years.
An audit says it’s too hard to know if American money is having an impact.
Five suicide bombers raided a branch of the New Kabul bank in Lashkar Gah, the capital of the restive Helmand province.
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“The only news that comes from Afghanistan is about war. I am happy that my story is a positive one.”
New data from the BBC World Service and academics at King’s College London shows that there were more than 600 attacks in 14 countries in the month of November alone.
U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel announced on Saturday that the U.S. will keep about 10,800 troops in Afghanistan in 2015.
Corruption in Turkey and China increased in Transparency International’s annual worldwide rankings. Afghanistan, Egypt, and Jordan improved.
Two of the dead were police officers, and at least 18 people were injured, police said.