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Years After Acid Attack, an Afghan Story of Survival Takes a Dark Turn

Years After Acid Attack, an Afghan Story of Survival Takes a Dark Turn

Mumtaz, right, with her cousin at a safe house in Kunduz, Afghanistan, in 2015, four years after a militia leader doused Mumtaz and her family with acid.
News Analysis: U.S. Plan for New Afghan Force Revives Fears of Militia Abuses

News Analysis: U.S. Plan for New Afghan Force Revives Fears of Militia Abuses

Members of the Afghan Local Police from Kandahar in 2013. An American military plan for local auxiliaries to aid the Afghan Army has raised fears of abuses like those that plagued the Afghan Local
Attacks in Afghanistan Leave Dozens Dead and 2 Schools Burned

Attacks in Afghanistan Leave Dozens Dead and 2 Schools Burned

The burned-out girls’ high school in Logar Province, Afghanistan, that was attacked on April 11. The school is in the home district of President Ashraf Ghani, about 35 miles from Kabul.
Attacks in Afghanistan Leave Dozens Dead and 2 Schools Burned

Attacks in Afghanistan Leave Dozens Dead and 2 Schools Burned

The burned-out girls’ high school in Logar Province, Afghanistan, that was attacked on April 11. The school is in the home district of President Ashraf Ghani, about 35 miles from Kabul.
Flattery of President Trump Turns Fatal in Afghanistan

Flattery of President Trump Turns Fatal in Afghanistan

Assadullah Poya with his children, Fatima, 9, Karim, 8, and Donald Trump, 1, at home in Kabul, Afghanistan, in March.
Flattery of President Trump Turns Fatal in Afghanistan

Flattery of President Trump Turns Fatal in Afghanistan

Assadullah Poya with his children, Fatima, 9, Karim, 8, and Donald Trump, 1, at their rented home in Kabul, Afghanistan, in March.
Exposures: The Last Americans Fighting in Afghanistan

Exposures: The Last Americans Fighting in Afghanistan

Operational Detachment Alpha members using high-powered telescopes to search for Islamic State fighters hidden in the mountains.
At War: Afghan War Casualty Report: Nov. 16-22

At War: Afghan War Casualty Report: Nov. 16-22

Injured men receiving treatment at a hospital in Kabul.

At War: Afghan War Casualty Report: Nov. 23-29

At least 79 pro-government forces were killed during the past week, as fighting spiked again, with another 54 civilians killed, many of them in air strikes and night raids.