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26    تظاهرکنندگان در هرات پلاکاردهای همبستگی با فرخنده را که در 19 مارچ توسط مردم بدون محاکمه کشته شد، بالا کرده بودند. افزایش موارد مستند از خشونت علیه زنان، به شمول خشونت های خانوادگی، موجی از تظاهرات را در سراسر افغانست
26    تظاهرکنندگان در هرات پلاکاردهای همبستگی با فرخنده را که در 19 مارچ توسط مردم بدون محاکمه کشته شد، بالا کرده بودند. افزایش موارد مستند از خشونت علیه زنان، به شمول خشونت های خانوادگی، موجی از تظاهرات را در سراسر افغانست
26    تظاهرکنندگان در هرات پلاکاردهای همبستگی با فرخنده را که در 19 مارچ توسط مردم بدون محاکمه کشته شد، بالا کرده بودند. افزایش موارد مستند از خشونت علیه زنان، به شمول خشونت های خانوادگی، موجی از تظاهرات را در سراسر افغانست

Diary: Notes on an honor killing

Noor ul-Ayn
A Kunduz murder investigation reveals the human tragedy of an all-too-common crime against Afghan women.
26.03.2015

Graves on the volleyball court

Ahmadullah Ahmadi
Life in a quiet Paktika village came to a standstill after a suicide bomber killed 63 people during a sporting event last month.
19.12.2014

I survived a suicide attack

Samira Sadat
AT's Samira Sadat witnesses a deadly explosion while attending a play at a Kabul high school.
16.12.2014
Dinosaurs

Ancient footsteps, modern tracks

Moeen Mandokhail
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…
8.12.2014

"They scared the hell out of people"

Khushqadam Usmani
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.
20.06.2014
People queued for hours to cast their votes on April 5. (This and main photo: Zafar Shah Rouye)
60: The real winners
12.04.2014  |  Diary
A press conference in Jalalabad, Nangarhar Province (Photo: Naqib Ahmad Atal)
56: The tightrope narrows
29.12.2013  |  Diary
Tap, tap, tap: clients play soccer on a PlayStation at a games hall in Mazar-e Sharif. (Photo: Orya. Main and other photos: Asghar Noor Mohammed)
55: Chilling in Mazar
23.12.2013  |  Diary
Cartoons lampooning prominent figures are still rare, not because of outrage or censorship, but because Afghan media,managers prefer to run adverts in the space. (Uzra Shamal)
54: In a cartoon world
7.12.2013  |  Diary
Pakistani geologist Sadiq Malkani demystifies local discoveries of dinosaurs at the AT October workshop in Islamabad. Main photo: A unanimous thumbs-up at the end of the three-day event. (Photos: Alex Macbeth) 
53: Reporters with borders
7.11.2013  |  Diary
Twin columns of light mark Ground Zero in New York. Around the globe, the 9/11 date was feted by millions of Afghans following their country's SAFF trophy win. (Photo and main photo: Peikar)
The two 9/11s
12.09.2013  |  Diary
Ghazni, city of peace and friendship, reads the inscription at the gateway marker, a welcome sight to travellers arriving from Kabul. (Photo Gwakh)
49: Bridge to heaven or hell
16.08.2013  |  Diary
Tailors turn their greatest profits of the year before Eid, as people get new traditional clothes made for the holiday. (Photos: Orya)
48: Marching to Eid
7.08.2013  |  Diary
A member of the group of Kunduz children who campaigned this week for an end to sales of toy guns. (Photo: Gul Rahim Niazman)
47: Growing into gunplay
4.08.2013  |  Diary
City of light: Kabul's power supply has improved dramatically in the last three years, illuminating formerly dark districts. (Photo and main photo: Faisal)
46: Learning the Kabul ropes
27.07.2013  |  Diary
All eyes on the screen: local residents watch a Bollywood film in an ice cream parlour in Paktia Province. (Photos: H Masoodzai)
The innovators
Breaking the ice
2.07.2013  |  Diary
The head of the Helmand Press Club, Zainullah Stanakzai, fires off his next story from the group's office. (Photos: Omaid)
43: Strength in unity
2.04.2013  |  Diary
Well digger Zalmai risks his life boring water holes, often more than 100 metres deep in the ground. (Photo: Mohib Patang. Main photo: AT)
42: Descent into the earth
26.03.2013  |  Diary
Inventor Rajab Ali Andishmand in Kabul's Shahr-e Naw Park earlier this month, still intent on destroying his life's work. (Photos: Alizada)
The innovators
Bonfire of invention
12.03.2013  |  Diary
Infrastructurally challenged: Herat's parking problem has solutions on paper but patchy application of regulations. (Photo: ISAF Media. Main photo by kind permission of Naeem Azizian) 
39: Stuck in traffic
10.03.2013  |  Diary
(Photo: Asghar Noor Mohammad, Main photo: Alex Macbeth)
38: Lest we forget
5.03.2013  |  Diary
So far so good. Protesters maintain order as they cross Khost City on February 24, 2012. (Photos: Khoshnood)
37: Torn in directions
22.02.2013  |  Diary
Children stand beside Highway 1 in Maiwand District, behind them a billboard urging citizens to report signs of roadside bombs. (Photo: Nick Allen). Main photo: Dawn sky over the highway during author's recent journey to Kandahar. (Photo: Omaid)   
36: Foot down to Kandahar
28.01.2013  |  Diary
Picnic time: Afghan and Tajik colleagues unwind after the June workshop in Dushanbe. Main photo: The same participants wrestle with journalistic challenges of a shared border. (Photos: Nick Allen)
34: The year that was
31.12.2012  |  Diary