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Reporter had defied death threats to continue covering Taliban operations.
Although people are friendly, there are few job opportunities.
More than half of all reported weddings in north east region involves a minor.
Tribal justice processes are the only remaining choice for most.
Praise for latest talks supporting peace negotiations between Kabul and the Taleban.
5 Dec 17
An average of 60 babies are now born there every day.
30 Nov 17
Although conditions have improved since the end of the Taleban era, prejudice remains rife.
29 Nov 17
Insurgents funnel off extraction fees amid disputed control of the site.
27 Nov 17
Paramilitary groups say they need heavy weaponry to defeat insurgents.
24 Nov 17
Visitors to famous beauty spots have more than doubled over the last year.
24 Nov 17
Locals complain that minimal resources and poor security are excluding female students.
21 Nov 17
Government plans to solve housing issues runs into trouble.
15 Nov 17
Local traders call for better facilities and direct access to international markets.
10 Nov 17
Venture proves that even a single bucket of milk can turn a profit
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