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Afghan farmers work together to build a greenhouse. (Photo: ResoluteSupportMedia/Flickr)
17 Jan 18
Hopes that new infrastructure could replace opium farming in the southern province.
Pomegranates from Kandahar ready for processing at Afghanistan's first juice concentrate factory. Kabul, October 2009. (Photo: Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)
17 Jan 18
Nearly 23,000 tonnes sold abroad this year, bringing in some four million dollars.
Medieval Herati miniatures displayed in the exhibition. (Photo: Sodaba Ahrari)
15 Jan 18
Hopes that efforts will boost fortunes of local Herati art scene.
15 Jan 18
Some organisations accused of following self-serving agendas.
Afghan local militia operate in southern Afghanistan. (Photo: Wally Santana-Pool/Getty Images)
15 Jan 18
Some 200 militia members operate in one small district of the restive southeastern province.
An Afghan child receives a polio vaccine at a clinic in Farza. (Photo: John Moore/Getty Images)
13 Jan 18
Medics fight rumours that programme is a Western plot against Muslims.
Afghan women take part in an embroidery workshop in Kandahar. (Photo: Majid Saeedi/Getty Images)
13 Jan 18
Women face uphill battle to access justice.
Afghan children walk to school in Logar province. (Photo: John Moore/Getty Images)
13 Jan 18
Courses on Islamic subjects replace lessons on culture and counter-terrorism.
The new campaign is the latest in a series of joint US-Afghan counter-narcotics operations in Helmand. (Photo: John Moore/Getty Images)
8 Jan 18
Tactic signals fresh effort to eliminate insurgents’ income from narcotics.
Project Highlight
7 Jan 18
New swathe of investigations produced into crucial local issues.

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Moslawi traditional band playing music from the 19th century. (Photo: IWPR)
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Hugely popular event highlights city’s rehabilitation and recovery.