Hamid Karzai

 
Letters to the Editor: September 21 to 27
Letters to the Editor: September 21 to 27
I am one of those South Africans who is angry and deeply saddened by the brutal murder last week of 24-year-old teacher Gadimang Mokolobate from...
Nato sends warning as Taliban truck bombs rock Afganistan
Nato sends warning as Taliban truck bombs rock Afganistan
Taliban insurgents detonated two powerful truck bombs outside the Afghanistan's spy agency office and a police compound in the central town of...
Deadly Afghan election marred by fraud complaints
Deadly Afghan election marred by fraud complaints
The final result in the run-off presidential election is not due for several weeks and international concerns have focused on the risk of a...
Afghan polls open in run-off presidential election
Afghan polls open in run-off presidential election
The run-off election will decide whether former foreign minister Abdullah Abdullah or ex-World Bank economist Ashraf Ghani leads the country into a...
Afghan voters brave Taliban, weather to cast ballots
Afghan voters brave Taliban, weather to cast ballots
Afghan voters turned out in large numbers on Saturday, braving Taliban threats, to choose a successor to President Hamid Karzai in the country's first democratic transfer of power as US-led forces wind down their 13-year war....
Afghanistan pledges to release 88 prisoners, despite US concern
Afghanistan pledges to release 88 prisoners, despite US concern
Afghanistan will release 88 prisoners as planned even though the United States considers them dangerous and wants them to remain in detention, the...
Karzai suspends US talks
Karzai suspends US talks
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has suspended talks on a long-term security deal to keep troops from the United States in his country after Nato...
Divisive women's law overlooked by Afghan Parliament
Divisive women's law overlooked by Afghan Parliament
The country's Parliament failed to pass a law on Saturday banning violence against women.
Rogue US soldier kills women, children in Afghan rampage
Rogue US soldier kills women, children in Afghan rampage
Sixteen Afghans were killed by a rogue American soldier who walked off his base and opened fire on them in their homes in the early hours of...
Pakistan sets Afghan peace rules
Pakistan sets Afghan peace rules
Pakistan will not support a United States-driven initiative to start Afghan peace talks in Qatar until it is clear that they have the backing of...
Government report exposes Bagram Prison torture
Government report exposes Bagram Prison torture
Inmates in Afghanistan's US-run Bagram Prison have faced abuses including torture, beatings and other mistreatment, according to a government...
Afghanistan 'would side with Pakistan in war with US'
Afghanistan 'would side with Pakistan in war with US'
The Afghan president, Hamid Karzai, says he would side with Pakistan in the event of war with the US, in a surprising political twist that is...

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