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Climate Change is Swallowing One of Afghanistan’s Most Fertile Districts

By: Humayoon Babur Date: Oct.1, 2018   The Amu Darya river, historically known as Oxus, crosses Imam Sahib District of Kunduz province in the northeast of Afghanistan bordering with Tajikistan. Until recently, the Amu Darya water reached the Aral Sea, but now the water is diverted for agriculture purpose, keeping the streams from reaching its…

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War Movie Pillories Military Hauteur

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 Benjamin Gilmour’s feature film Jirga remedies maladies of guilt with bravery and redemption   Ehsan Azari Stanizai It is fairly cathartic when a war movie takes us far beyond the horror of bullets, bomb and blood into the other sides of the war—emotional incumbrances on the individuals.  With such a characteristic aplomb, Jirga film unveils…

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Pakistan willing to open Afghan land route for India: US envoy

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Pakistan approached Afghanistan earlier this year, indicating its willingness to discuss the resumption of trade between Afghanistan and India through the Pakistani land route, says a senior US diplomat. In an interview to India’s Economic Times newspaper, Ambassador John Bass said that reopening land routes between South and Central Asia will benefit all countries in…

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