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Jeremy Laurence

Where do we start? Afghan unity talks at early impasse

06 Aug 2014

KABUL The two men vying to become Afghanistan's next leader may have shaken hands on a deal to resolve a bitterly disputed election, but they are miles apart on a critical component of their gentleman's agreement - forming a united government.

Where do we start? Afghan unity talks at early impasse

06 Aug 2014

KABUL The two men vying to become Afghanistan's next leader may have shaken hands on a deal to resolve a bitterly disputed election, but they are miles apart on a critical component of their gentleman's agreement - forming a united government.

Where do we start? Afghan unity talks at early impasse

06 Aug 2014

KABUL The two men vying to become Afghanistan's next leader may have shaken hands on a deal to resolve a bitterly disputed election, but they are miles apart on a critical component of their gentleman's agreement - forming a united government.

Afghan vote recount moves at snail's pace, rival sides far apart

24 Jul 2014

KABUL The dusty ballot box from the disputed Afghan presidential election was supposed to contain 550 votes. When auditors cut the seal they found barely 30 votes inside.

Afghan vote recount moves at snail's pace, rival sides far apart

24 Jul 2014

KABUL The dusty ballot box from the disputed Afghan presidential election was supposed to contain 550 votes. When auditors cut the seal they found barely 30 votes inside.

Afghan vote recount moves at snail's pace, rival sides far apart

24 Jul 2014

KABUL The dusty ballot box from the disputed Afghan presidential election was supposed to contain 550 votes. When auditors cut the seal they found barely 30 votes inside.

Castles in the air: Afghans pay a heavy price for uncertainty

20 May 2014

KABUL A bored security guard, a Kalashnikov rifle over his shoulder, stands guard alone outside an idle construction site for a 10-storey building in downtown Kabul, one of more than a dozen concrete shells with not a single construction worker in sight.

Castles in the air: Afghans pay a heavy price for uncertainty

19 May 2014

KABUL A bored security guard, a Kalashnikov rifle over his shoulder, stands guard alone outside an idle construction site for a 10-storey building in downtown Kabul, one of more than a dozen concrete shells with not a single construction worker in sight.

Castles in the air: Afghans pay a heavy price for uncertainty

19 May 2014

KABUL A bored security guard, a Kalashnikov rifle over his shoulder, stands guard alone outside an idle construction site for a 10-storey building in downtown Kabul, one of more than a dozen concrete shells with not a single construction worker in sight.

Castles in the air: Afghans pay a heavy price for uncertainty

19 May 2014

KABUL A bored security guard, a Kalashnikov rifle over his shoulder, stands guard alone outside an idle construction site for a 10-storey building in downtown Kabul, one of more than a dozen concrete shells with not a single construction worker in sight.

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