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Diary: Notes on an honor killing
A Kunduz murder investigation reveals the human tragedy of an all-too-common crime against Afghan women.
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Graves on the volleyball court
Life in a quiet Paktika village came to a standstill after a suicide bomber killed 63 people during a sporting event last month.
I survived a suicide attack
AT's Samira Sadat witnesses a deadly explosion while attending a play at a Kabul high school.
Ancient footsteps, modern tracks
Dinosaur footprints in Pakistan have survived glaciation, mining and government graffiti. But can the preservation of Pakistan's paleontological heritage prevail over plans to build roads in Baluchistan's "dinosaur
"They scared the hell out of people"
After an unsuccessful bid for the Badakhshan provincial council seat, AT's Khushqadam Usmani describes an unequal playing field where intimidation and fear of old power structures prevail.
Elections 2014: If I'm elected I will...
60: The real winners
59: From Afghanistan Today writer to politician
58: "Afghans chose to risk"
57: Requiem for another fallen colleague
56: The tightrope narrows
55: Chilling in Mazar
54: In a cartoon world
53: Reporters with borders
In loving memory of a son of our land
52: From lockdown to 'Lightning': a translator's story
The two 9/11s
51: Wizard of Öz thrills Kabul
50: A dream of prophets and bylines
49: Bridge to heaven or hell
48: Marching to Eid
47: Growing into gunplay
46: Learning the Kabul ropes
Breaking the ice
44: From home to fearful streets
43: Strength in unity
42: Descent into the earth
41: From conflict to cold camp
Bonfire of invention
39: Stuck in traffic
38: Lest we forget
37: Torn in directions
36: Foot down to Kandahar
35: Bravery with consequences
34: The year that was
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