Camel Train, south of Kabul
Friday 12-8-1966 and Saturday 13-8-1966
[b]We left Herat by the Afghan Mail bus about 5 pm Friday and drove through the night, except for one or two prayer stops and a free dinner break ... FULL ARTICLE AT Travellerspoint
Nick Pugliese joined an Afghan telecom firm after graduating from college. But he become bored living in a compound and ventured out to play pro soccer in the Kabul Premier League — the first American to do so since the U ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Los Angeles Times
EDINBURGH, Ind. -- The new commander of the Indiana National Guard's Camp Atterbury is being installed during a change of command ceremony.The ceremony set for Friday afternoon was to formally establish Col. Richard Shatto as the new commander of ... FULL ARTICLE AT Daily Herald
KABUL : An Afghan policewoman and a pregnant teacher were hanged and their bodies dumped within a few kilometres of a foreign military base recently handed over to Afghan control, officials said on Thursday.
The two women, policewoman and mother of ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Nation (Pakistan)
Mountains and stream in Paghman, Afghanistan. photos by Jassimine Tabibi.
Paghman: Kabul’s “Cottage Country”
By Jassamine Tabibi
Most people are hesitant to travel to the war-torn country of...
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KABUL (Reuters) - An Afghan policewoman and a pregnant teacher were hanged and their bodies dumped within a few kilometers of a foreign military base recently handed over to Afghan control, officials said on Thursday. FULL ARTICLE AT The Baltimore Sun
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Kabul (Persian: کابل Kābol IPA: [kɒːˈbol]; Pashto: کابل Kābul IPA: [kɑˈbul]; archaic Caubul), is the capital and largest city of Afghanistan, located in the Kabul Province. According to the 2008 official estimates, the population of Kabul metropolitan area is 2.8 million people.
It is an economic and cultural centre, situated 5,900 ft (1,800 m) above sea level in a narrow valley, wedged between... Full Article At Wikipedia.org