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Health officials say disease had disappeared in Khost province but re-emerged with a refugee influx from Pakistan.
Election officials say more than seven million voted in second round of presidential election.
In Khost province, army dismisses claims of a plot to interfere in this week’s presidential ballot.
Versatile leaves can be used for eco-friendly matting, dishes and more, but the trees are disappearing for use as firewood.
5 Jul 11
Electricity shortages as power grid project goes nowhere.
1 Jul 11
Diplomatic row as civilians killed in unexplained attacks.
22 May 11
Afghan police call for action to prevent repeat of death of young inmate.
18 May 11
Insurgents say no weddings or funeral services for “infidel” police recruits – on pain of death.
17 May 11
Residents allege misuse of funds allocated to community leaders.
13 May 11
Despite fears of revenge attacks, analysts predict insurgents’ morale and funding will be sapped.
13 May 11
American military warns that 2011 will be especially violent.
10 May 11
No one raised alarm as hundreds of prisoners escaped through tunnel in Kandahar.
9 May 11
Locals say insurgents feeding on resentment at undelivered pledges.
6 May 11
Recent Pakistani attempts to woo Kabul have failed to build confidence.
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