Investigative Report

View of Pul-e Alam. (Photo: 1st Lt. John Severns, US Air Force/Wikimedia Commons)
Investigative Report
8 Jan 14
“I do what I want,” says Pul-e Alam mayor, as anti-corruption agency and regional governor say they are powerless to act on allegations.
Ghazni provincial governor Musa Khan Akbarzada. (Photo: US Embassy Kabul Afghanistan/Flickr)
Investigative Report
29 Nov 13
Governor says he’s powerless to stop abuses and extortion by armed men.
The Taleban control of Barmal, a border district in the Kunar province of eastern Afghanistan. (Photo: Abdali Mahzun)
Investigative Report
25 Jul 13
Lack of state schools in Taleban-dominated parts of Paktika mean children are forced to learn in Urdu.
The Azra clinic has remained in poor shape since it was wrecked in a bomb attack in July 2011. (Photo: Abdul Maqsud Azizi)
Investigative Report
13 Jun 13
Investigation indicates that large consignment of medical supplies was diverted and sold off illegally.
NATO facility in Abchakan (Photo: Abdul Maqsud Azizi)
Investigative Report
30 Nov 12
Officials say local men claimed rights over land because they knew it was prime real estate.
View of Pul-e Alam. (Photo: 1st Lt. John Severns, US Air Force/Wikimedia Commons) The Azra clinic has remained in poor shape since it was wrecked in a bomb attack in July 2011. (Photo: Abdul Maqsud Azizi) The Taleban control of Barmal, a border district in the Kunar province of eastern Afghanistan. (Photo: Abdali Mahzun) NATO facility in Abchakan (Photo: Abdul Maqsud Azizi) Typical traffic on a highway in southern Afghanistan, in this case Ghazni province. (Photo: ISAF Public Affairs) Opium poppies in bloom, Uruzgan province. (Photo: IWPR)
A jirga - the village council convened to resolve civil disputes and fix compensation for crimes. Khost province, 2012. (Photo: Farid Zaher) Ghazni provincial governor Musa Khan Akbarzada. (Photo: US Embassy Kabul Afghanistan/Flickr)