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Indian aid worker, Judith D'souza abducted last month rescued

New Delhi, July 23: Judith D’soua, an aid worker in Afghanistan has been rescued. Judith was abducted in Afghanistan on June 9 this year by unidentified persons. 39 more words

Vicky Nanjappa

Atleast 80 Shia Martyred in a Double Suicide Attack by IS Terrorists in Kabul , Afghanistan

JNN 24 July 2016 KABUL: Twin Suicide Blasts tore through a demonstration by members of Afghanistan`s mainly Shia Hazara community in Kabul on Saturday, killing at least 80 people and wounding more than 230 in a attack claimed by the terrorists Islamic State (IS) group. 547 more words

Asia Pacific

Focus Humanitarian Assistance delivers emergency food assistance to isolated communities in the Wakhan Corridor of Afghanistan

Kabul, Afghanistan, 21 June 2016 – Focus Humanitarian Assistance (FOCUS) has delivered vital food supplies provided by the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) to 327 households, or 1,547 individuals in the Wakhan Corridor of Afghanistan, who have suffered severe food shortages during recent months. 310 more words


The War On Afghanistan: Is Really A Government Drug Connection

In the U.S., the War in Afghanistan is among the major contributing factors to the country’s devastating heroin epidemic.

Over 10,000 people in America died of heroin-related overdoses in 2014 alone– an epidemic fuelled partly by the low cost and availability of one of the world’s most addictive, and most deadly, drugs. 608 more words


RAF hero proved much more than a match for kidnappers

The Sunday Express reports that the serviceman who fought off would-be kidnappers outside RAF Marham was part of an elite unit “whose training is more advanced than the standard infantry”. 636 more words

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Aga Khan Development Network's Statement on the Release of Judith D'Souza

Kabul, 23 July 2016 -Judith D’Souza, who was working for the Aga Khan Foundation when she was abducted in Kabul on 9 June, has been released. 121 more words

Aga Khan Foundation