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B. 2016-11-08 Pakistan deports National Geographic's iconic 'Afghan Girl' Pakistan
C. 2014-12-10 Afghanistan decries CIA 'violations' Kabul
2013-02-24 US forces 'must leave' Afghan region Wardak, Afghanistan
4. 2012-12-10 'Long way to go' on justice for Afghan women - UN Afghanistan
5. 2012-07-09 Taliban shoot woman 9 times in public execution Parwan, Afghanistan
G. 2011-11-11 Mother, daughter stoned and shot dead Ghazni, Afghanistan
H. 2009-06-23 Ex-detainees allege Bagram abuse Afghanistan
I. 2009-04-14 Taliban 'kill love affair couple' Nimroz, Western Afghanistan

'Long way to go' on justice for Afghan women - UN  Afghan women victims of violence are still being failed by the justice system, according to a new UN report   Taliban shoot woman 9 times in public execution Map of Parwan Afghanistan  The woman was executed because two Taliban commanders had a dispute over her, according to the governor of the province   Mother, daughter stoned and shot dead Map of Ghazni Afghanistan  A group of armed men have stoned and shot dead a woman and her daughter in Afghanistan's Ghazni province Ex-detainees allege Bagram abuse  Former detainees have alleged they were beaten, deprived of sleep and threatened with dogs at the military base Taliban 'kill love affair couple'   Western Afghanistan: The Taliban have publicly killed a young couple who they said had tried to run away to get married   Karzai to review move toward sharia law
Pakistan deports National Geographic's iconic 'Afghan Girl'  A Pakistani government official says National Geographic's famed green-eyed Sharbat Gulla has been deported to Afghanista Afghanistan decries CIA 'violations'  Kabul: Afghan President Asraf Ghani has said the CIA's brutal interrogation programme 'violated all accepted norms of human rights in the world' Afghan refugees in Iran face abuse, says HRW  The Human Rights Watch has accused Iran of violating its legal obligations towards refugees from Afghanistan and failing to protect them   US forces 'must leave' Afghan region Map of Wardak Afghanistan


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Nov.8


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Dec.10


year 2013 Top ^

Nov.19
Feb.24
  The Afghan president Karzai has ordered US special forces to leave Wardak province within two weeks


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Dec.10
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year 2011 Top ^

Nov.11


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Jun.23
Apr.14
Apr.4
  Kabul: Amid mounting pressure from the West, Afghan President says his government will review a recent version of a law that legalizes marital rape



year 2008 Top ^

Jan.23


year 2006 Top ^

Mar.27
  Abdul Rahman threatened with the death penalty for converting to Christianity
Mar.24   Christian convert may be freed  C. Rice: Nation is in 'evolutionary state' of democracy. Abdul Rahman expected to be released Mar.21 Convert 'faces execution'
  The US have expressed concern over reports that a Muslim convert to Christianity could face the death penalty
 Abdul Rahman, 41, is charged with rejecting Islam and could be executed unless he reconverts. The US stressed it did not want to interfere. Rahman converted 16 years ago as an aid worker. His family denounced him in a custody dispute over his 2 children.


year 2005 Top ^

Oct.4 Editor of women's magazine arrested  Ali Mohaqiq Nasab has been arrested after publishing articles deemed blasphemous May.29 Afghan women 'still suffer abuse'  Amnesty International: Afghan women are still being murdered, raped and imprisoned with impunity

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Nov.14 Aid workers freed
  8 Western workers airlifted out of the country by a US military helicopter
Aug.16 Envoys push for access to aid workers  German, Australian, and U.S. envoys will stay unti they get a face-to-face meeting with the Taliban Aug.14 Access to detainees refused  Diplomats were denied access to the 8 Western aid workers being held on charges of converting to Christianity


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