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Water Management in Af-Pak

Orphan River

Afghanistan Today journalists
Our contributors and editors in both Afghanistan and Pakistan spoke to several high-ranking officials in relevant ministries as well as dozens of local, provincial and national water stakeholders.
20.04.2016
Meet our contributors
Qarib Rahman Shahab
Rajib Andeshmand, the grandfather of Afghan invention (see 'Trials of a trailblazer'), gives a presentation in Kabul in 2012. (photo: Alex Macbeth)
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The innovators
Architecture

Up-and-coming

Masood Momin
A young Afghan architect has designed more than two dozen new prominent projects in Afghanistan. Afghanistan Today presents a snapshot of some of those that have been completed.
15.12.2015
Afghan men queue to get a passport outside the passport office in Kabul. Afghan men queue to get a passport outside the passport office in Kabul. Afghan men queue to get a passport outside the passport office in Kabul.
Migration

The dream of reaching Europe

More than 70,000 Afghans have left their country since January 2015. An Afghanistan Today reporter went undercover to meet a people smuggler in Kabul.
7.12.2015
Lina and Lida attend a lecture at Kabul University. (photo: Zafar Shah Rouyee)
Lina and Lida attend a lecture at Kabul University. (photo: Zafar Shah Rouyee)
Lina and Lida attend a lecture at Kabul University. (photo: Zafar Shah Rouyee)
Education

Blind students at Kabul university challenge stereotypes

Zafar Shah Rouyee
Two blind students in Kabul, Lina and Lida, are working towards their dream of becoming a journalist, challenging social stigmas.
7.12.2015
A prisoner looks out of the window of Ghazni jail. (photo: Rahmat Alizada) A prisoner looks out of the window of Ghazni jail. (photo: Rahmat Alizada) A prisoner looks out of the window of Ghazni jail. (photo: Rahmat Alizada)
Security

Taliban's jailbreak was part of plan to capture Ghazni

Rahmat Alizada
The escape of 350 militants from Ghazni prison in September was part of a complex scheme to overrun the volatile province, say experts.
25.11.2015
Pakistan

Earthquake victims still stranded

A. Zia
People remain stranded the highlands of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, defenceless against sinking temperatures.
17.11.2015
The 8.1-magnitude earthquake hit the Gandhara archaeological building at the Peshawar Museum. (photo: Riffat Anjum) The 8.1-magnitude earthquake hit the Gandhara archaeological building at the Peshawar Museum. (photo: Riffat Anjum) The 8.1-magnitude earthquake hit the Gandhara archaeological building at the Peshawar Museum. (photo: Riffat Anjum)
Culture

Earthquake damages historic sites

Riffat Anjum
Aside from the devastation caused to human lives and infrastructure, the recent earthquake has shattered world-heritage sites in Pakistan.
4.11.2015
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Health

Expired drugs flood into border provinces

Haqmal Masoodzai
Health services in Paktia are deteriorating due to the sale of poor-quality medicine smuggled from Pakistan.
3.11.2015