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September 27, 2007 Foreign Policy

From Occupied Afghanistan

Part I: An Interview with Mike Skinner and Hamayon Ragstar

May 13, 2007 Français

Les Talibans regagne la faveur des Afghans

À Kandahar, où l’insécurité règne, les américains perdent peu à peu le soutien de la population

April 30, 2007 Foreign Policy

Kandahar Faces Daily Misery

"You did not bring us freedom," say residents of Afghanistan's southern province

February 8, 2007 Accounts

The Taliban's Past and Future

An interview with Mullah Wakil Ahmad Mutawakil, former Taliban foreign minister

December 30, 2006

Yahya

by Chris Sands
December 30, 2006 Accounts

Shia in Kabul Preparing for War

Residents warn sectarian violence is just around the corner

December 29, 2006

Qurban Hussain

by Chris Sands
December 19, 2006 Accounts

Afghan MPs Predict "Very Big War"

ack_fp.jpg Afghanistan correspondent Chris Sands interviews Afghan MPs, and hears predictions of a "very big war" and jihad against foreign troops.

Civilian deaths, corruption, occupying troops leading to "jihad" against foreigners, say leaders

April 26, 2006 Foreign Policy

War, Warlords, War Crimes

troops_afgh_fp.jpgAlex Hemingway asks why Canada has allied itself with warlords in Afghanistan and provides some context to the current conflict.

Afghanistan in context

April 13, 2006 Foreign Policy

Canada's Debt to Afghanistan

sonalickut_fp.jpg Afghan Women's Mission co-director Sonali Kolhatkar says that Canadians need to begin "undoing the damage" in Afghanistan

Canadians needs to "undo the damage": visiting activist

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