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Two people were killed in a bomb attack in front of the district governor's office in Logar province east of the capital, Kabul, on Thursday, Afghan officials said.
Afghanistan has no plans to revive a peace process aimed at bringing the Taliban to the negotiating table after a four-nation effort earlier this year produced no results, Afghan officials said Thursday.
A leading international rights group said Thursday that an estimated quarter of all Afghan children work for a living yet the government fails to protect them from injury, death or exploitation.
A former Afghan warlord announced Monday that a much-touted peace deal between his militant group and the Kabul government was effectively "dead."
Pakistan reopened a main border crossing with Afghanistan that was closed earlier this week following clashes between the two sides over Pakistan's construction of a gate to curb illegal cross-border movement, two Pakistani security officials said Saturday.