Thousands of demonstrators marched through Kabul on Monday to protest against the planned route of a power transmission line. The protests pose a challenge to the government.
Accused of being out of touch with voters, the French president's poll ratings continue to slide ahead of EU elections in 2019. Can he boost his image before he loses the argument over Europe?
Two million Africans were killed when the continent was drawn into the conflagration of World War I. The war and its aftermath wrought seismic changes in Africa that remain at the root of conflicts in many countries.
For decades, powerful warlords and tribal elders have dominated Afghanistan's political landscape. But a record number of young Afghans are aiming to break their monopoly in the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Technical issues persisted on the second day of the violence-marred parliamentary elections. Around 3 million Afghans voted defying calls from the Taliban militant group to boycott the ballot.
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