Images of war and terror are almost all the world sees of Afghanistan these days. But with the arrival of spring, joy and hope rejuvenate the capital, as it celebrates Nowruz, says DW's Nabila Karimi-Alekozai.
Afghan voters have shown their democratic determination by voting in parliamentary elections at the risk of their lives. It's state authorities and US policy toward the Taliban hindering democracy, says Florian Weigand.
Police and Interior Ministry officials report that several loud explosions have rocked the Afghan capital, Kabul. At least two people have been killed and officials fear the casualty toll may rise.
Two explosions in Afghanistan's capital have killed more than 20 people, officials say. The "Islamic State" has claimed responsibility for the attacks, which also targeted journalists.
Three deadly attacks in just one week have put residents of the Afghan capital in a state of shock. Fear and hopelessness are spreading throughout the city. DW's Hussain Sirat reports from Kabul.
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