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Many small business in host are situated in residential areas, causing widespread pollution. (Photo: U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Matthew D. Lohr, PRT Khost Public Affairs Office)
Ahmad Shah
5 Jan 18
Plans for a dedicated business park in south of country have failed to materialise.
A newborn baby receiving care in an Afghan hospital. (Photo: Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)
Ahmad Shah
5 Dec 17
An average of 60 babies are now born there every day.
Pine nuts are a valuable crop across Asia (Photo: China Photos/Getty Images)
Ahmad Shah
15 Nov 17
Local traders call for better facilities and direct access to international markets.
Although mountainous, Khost province offers a direct way into Pakistan. (Photo: Capt. John Severns/US Air Force/Wikimedia Commons)
Ahmad Shah
7 Nov 17
Some citizens who once voted for the incumbent president say they feel let down.
Afghan students in the Khost province are being forced to attend government-organised demonstrations and ceremonies. (Photo: Natalie Behring-Chisholm/Getty Images)
Ahmad Shah
8 Dec 16
Young people resentful at being pulled out of school to boost crowds at public events.
Women work on textiles during vocational training in Kabul. (Photo: Majid Saeedi/Getty Images)
Ahmad Shah
8 Dec 16
Concerns that schemes designed to help women become economically self-sufficient have been abandoned.
Afghan women in Bagh-e-Babur, Kabul (Photo: Ninara/Wikimedia)
Ahmad Shah
20 Oct 16
Dedicated green space will provide opportunities to relax, socialise and run small businesses.
Leishmaniasis patient in a Kabul hospital. (Photo: Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)
Ahmad Shah
18 Jul 16
Health officials are concerned by rising rates of the parasitic disease.
A women entrepreneur in Khost displays her products made from locally available materials. (Photo: Ahmad Salarzai/Flickr)
Ahmad Shah
16 Jun 16
Warnings that small-scale development projects are falling victim to corruption.
Ahmad Shah
18 May 16
Locals say that only outside intervention can help reduce abuses.

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