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Mass release of detainees stirs hopes that international criticism may be working.
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.
16 Jul 18
Questions raised as to whether it will even be possible to vote in some districts.
12 Jul 18
Locals question why propaganda broadcasts have not been shut down.
11 Jul 18
A system intended to ensure transparency in October’s polls may not go far enough.
10 Jul 18
New scheme aims to entice locals away from growing narcotics that help fuel insurgency.
6 Jul 18
Workers speak out over harsh and risky conditions.
5 Jul 18
Bomber defies tight security to launch deadly strike on communal leadership
4 Jul 18
With little access to healthcare, expectant mothers simply hope for the best.
2 Jul 18
Limited resources to treat blood cancer leaves many resigned to their fate.
2 Jul 18
Grassroots movement pledges to continue popular protests.
29 Jun 18
Critics argue that traditional processes undermine entire legal system.
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