At least 25 people have been killed in two back-to-back suicide attacks in Kabul. Another blast in Kandahar province to the south left 11 children dead, and in a third attack in the east, the BBC says one of its Afghan reporters was killed.
A movement similar to #MeToo is taking shape in Afghanistan — one of the world's most dangerous countries for women — as more and more people are speaking up against sexual abuse.
A suicide bomber has blown himself up in a banquet hall filled with religious clerics in Kabul. It is one of the deadliest attacks in the country this year.
It's been more than a month since Afghanistan held its parliamentary vote, but election officials are yet to announce complete results. What's causing the delay? And will it undermine the vote's credibility? DW analyzes.
Afghanistan's first parliamentary election since 2010 has been hit by violence and chaos, with several attacks killing at least 36 people. Authorities faced outrage over poor organization and technical glitches.
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