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A selection from our cross-border series, featuring articles co-written by Afghan and Pakistani journalists.
Construction is in full swing on the 46-kilometer stretch of road linking Peshawar to Turkham. (Photos: Abdul Qayum Afridi)
Construction is in full swing on the 46-kilometer stretch of road linking Peshawar to Turkham. (Photos: Abdul Qayum Afridi)
Construction is in full swing on the 46-kilometer stretch of road linking Peshawar to Turkham. (Photos: Abdul Qayum Afridi)

Af-Pak 2014: Rules of the road

Moqadasa Ahmadzai and Abdul Qayum Afridi
Dangerously overburdened by ever-increasing traffic between Pakistan and Afghanistan, the Jalalabad-Peshawar highway serves as Afghanistan's major artery for trade with south Asia. As reconstruction on the…
2.12.2014
Af-Pak 2014

Doctor across the border

Afghan patients regularly endure strenuous journeys across the Durand Line to reach Pakistani hospitals because of the lack of faith in domestic health facilities. Faiz Noori from Afghanistan and Aftab Ahmad from…
19.12.2014

Af-Pak 2014: Long way from home

Rahmat Alizada and A. Zia
Nearly half-a year after the Pakistan Army launched its counterinsurgency operation in North Waziristan, refugees from the tribal areas continue to seek more livable conditions across the border in Khost province.
24.11.2014
Af-Pak 2014

CASA-1000 lights the way

The transmission line CASA-1000 is a pioneering cross-border project that could be the template for collaboration in other sectors between Afghanistan and Pakistan.
20.11.2014
Af-Pak 2014

Taking to the trenches

As the Pakistan Army digs trenches along the Durand Line in a stated effort to curb smuggling and terrorism, Pashtun populations on both sides of the border worry about the cultural and economic effects the project…
31.10.2014