The police vehicle impound lot in Kabul is known locally by the not-so-affectionate nickname "Guantanamo" - many of the automotive inmates end up there in dubious circumstances, and few ever get out. We took a look around.
Although the Taliban appear to currently have the upper hand in Afghanistan, Col. Knut Peters, a spokesperson for NATO in Kabul, told DW that the mission has seen success and that upcoming elections are a positive sign.
A Nigerian police investigation has retrieved hundreds of millions of dollars in stolen state oil funds. It came as an Italian court sentenced two men to four years in jail in a case involving Eni and Shell in Nigeria.
Several millionaires have been revealed within Spain's socialist government in a list it published of high-ranking officials' assets. The move is a bid to restore credibility after several accusations against ministers.
The rocket attack in Kabul came days after President Ashraf Ghani offered the Taliban a reciprocal ceasefire to mark the Islamic Eid al-Adha holiday. The "Islamic State" claimed credit for the assault.
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