1. Miniskirts and mujahideen: how did Afghanistan come to be defined by war?  Sydney Morning Herald
  2. Two female judges shot dead in Kabul as wave of killings continues  The Guardian
  3. Gunmen have shot dead two female Afghan judges in morning Kabul attack  SBS News
  4. Gunmen Shoot Dead Two Women Supreme Court Judges In Kabul  NDTV
  5. Two Afghan female judges shot dead in Kabul ambush  Al Jazeera English
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It was once a stop on the hippie trail and inspiration for the Lonely Planet guidebooks. So how did Afghanistan come to be defined by war and terrorism?It was once a stop on the hippie trail and inspiration for the Lonely Planet guidebooks. So how did Afghanistan come to be defined by war and terrorism?

Assassination of supreme court judges follows months of increased violence in AfghanistanAssassination of supreme court judges follows months of increased violence in Afghanistan

Two female judges shot dead in Kabul as wave of killings continues | Afghanistan | The Guardian

The attack adds to a wave of assassinations in Kabul and other cities while government and Taliban representatives have been holding peace talks in Qatar.The attack adds to a wave of assassinations in Kabul and other cities while government and Taliban representatives have been holding peace talks in Qatar.

Gunmen have shot dead two female Afghan judges in morning Kabul attack | SBS News

Two unnamed judges who worked for the Supreme Court were shot dead in Kabul on Sunday as the targeted killings of high-profile figures continue across Afghanistan's cities.Two unnamed judges who worked for the Supreme Court were shot dead in Kabul on Sunday as the targeted killings of high-profile figures continue across Afghanistan's cities.

Taliban gunmen assassinate two Afghan women judges in Kabul ambush two days after US cut troop level | Daily Mail Online

No progress has been made in finalizing the agenda for the peace negotiations eleven days after the return of the negotiators of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the Taliban to DohaNo progress has been made in finalizing the agenda for the peace negotiations eleven days after the return of the negotiators of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan and the Taliban to Doha

No Progress in Agenda for Talks as Afghans Face More Violence | TOLOnews

The Afghan government on Saturday said the reduction in the number of US forces in Afghanistan will not leave negative impacts on the overall security situation in the country. The Afghan government on Saturday said the reduction in the number of US forces in Afghanistan will not leave negative impacts on the overall security situation in the country. 

US Troops Drawdown Will Not Impact Security Situation: Official | TOLOnews

Gunmen opened fire on a vehicle in Kabul around 830am on Sunday, Kabul police reported, and two female judges of the Supreme Court were killed and two other people--the driver and another fGunmen opened fire on a vehicle in Kabul around 830am on Sunday, Kabul police reported, and two female judges of the Supreme Court were killed and two other people--the driver and another f

Gunmen Kill 2 Female Judges in Kabul | TOLOnews

ISLAMABAD: The Afghan National Security Council said on Saturday that the reduction of US forces in the country has no major impact on the security situation, as Washington announced it had met its goal of decreasing the number of troops to 2,500. The Pentagon confirmed the reduction of US troops on Friday in accordance with President Donald Trump administration’s NovemberISLAMABAD: The Afghan National Security Council said on Saturday that the reduction of US forces in the country has no major impact on the security situation, as Washington announced it had met its

Kabul says no impact on security as US reduces troops to 2,500 | Arab News

The Afghan Ministry of Defense tweeted that an airstrike in Nimroz province had targeted a Taliban hideout.U.S.-backed Afghan government and Taliban insurgents are engaged in historic talks to end the country's decadeslong conflict.

Airstrike in Afghanistan bombs Taliban target. Now 18 members of one family feared dead.

Two police force members say Kabul’s deputy police chief Mawlana Bayan was wounded in the attack.Two police force members say Kabul’s deputy police chief Mawlana Bayan was wounded in the attack.

Two insider attackers kill 12 Afghan militiamen - Newspaper - DAWN.COM

Taliban denies involvement but says it would continue to ‘eliminate’ key government figuresTaliban denies involvement but says it would continue to ‘eliminate’ key government figures

Gunmen kill two female supreme court judges in Afghanistan

Taliban fighters who infiltrated a base of pro-government Afghan militiamen killed 12 of them, officials say. Separately, a roadside bomb killed two policemen in the capital Kabul.Taliban fighters who infiltrated a base of pro-government Afghan militiamen killed 12 of them, officials say. Separately, a roadside bomb killed two policemen in the capital Kabul.

Many pro-Kabul militiamen killed in Taliban insider attack

Afghan officials blame the Taliban for the attacks, an accusation the armed group denies.Afghan officials blame the Taliban for the attacks, an accusation the armed group denies.

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Afghan police say two insiders carried out an attack that killed 12 of their fellow militiamen. The Taliban claimed responsibility.Afghan police say two insiders carried out an attack that killed 12 of their fellow militiamen. The Taliban claimed responsibility.

12 Afghan militiamen killed in insider attack, police say; Taliban claims responsibility - Los Angeles Times

Gunmen shot dead two Afghan women judges working for the Supreme Court during an early morning ambush in the country's capital Sunday, officials said, as a wave of assassinations continues to rattle…Gunmen shot dead two Afghan women judges working for the Supreme Court during an early morning ambush in the country's capital Sunday, officials said, as a wave of assassinations continues to rattle…

Two Afghan female Supreme Court judges shot dead in Kabul car ambush

A new wave of violence and a growing uncertainty about the country’s future has left Afghans in the capital with a constant sense of fear.A new wave of violence and a growing uncertainty about the country’s future has left Afghans in the capital with a constant sense of fear.

The attack comes a day after the United States announced that it has reduced the number of its troops to 2,500 in Afghanistan.The attack comes a day after the United States announced that it has reduced the number of its troops to 2,500 in Afghanistan.

2 women government workers killed, 1 injured in Kabul | Hindustan Times

Thirteen members of Afghan Local Police were killed in an attack by Taliban "infiltrators" in their outpost in Ghorian district of HeratHerat (Afghanistan): Thirteen members of Afghan Local Police were killed in an attack by Taliban “infiltrators” in their outpost in Ghorian district of Herat province on Friday night, Security officials in Herat said on Saturday. “At least 13 members of Afghan local police were killed in an attack by Taliban “infiltrators” in Ghorian district, Herat…

13 police officials killed by Taliban in Afghanistan's Herat » News Live TV » World

U.S.-backed Afghan government and Taliban insurgents are engaged in historic talks to end the country's decadeslong conflict.U.S.-backed Afghan government and Taliban insurgents are engaged in historic talks to end the country's decadeslong conflict.

'Savage act': Anger at Afghan government after 18 members of family feared killed in airstrike

The Taliban denied any involvement in the incident. The Taliban denied any involvement in the incident.

Kabul: Two women judges of Afghanistan’s Supreme Court shot dead by unidentified gunmen

The Taliban denied any involvement in the incident. The Taliban denied any involvement in the incident.

Kabul: Two women judges of Afghanistan’s Supreme Court shot dead by unidentified gunmen

Two female judges have been gunned down by unidentified assailants in Kabul, the latest in a string of attacks that have rocked Afghanistan’s capital amid peace talks with the Taliban.Two female judges have been gunned down by unidentified assailants in Kabul, the latest in a string of attacks that have rocked Afghanistan’s capital amid peace talks with the Taliban.

Gunmen kill 2 female Afghan judges in targeted attack in Kabul — RT World News

The US Department of Defense says US force levels in Afghanistan have been reduced to 2,500, the lowest number since 2001.The US Department of Defense says US force levels in Afghanistan have been reduced to 2,500, the lowest number since 2001.

US troop levels in Afghanistan reduced to 2500 | NHK WORLD-JAPAN News

The attack comes just two days after the Pentagon announced it had cut troop levels in the country to 2,500, as part of its deal with the Taliban to withdraw all forces by May 2021The attack comes just two days after the Pentagon announced it had cut troop levels in the country to 2,500, as part of its deal with the Taliban to withdraw all forces by May 2021

Gunmen shoot dead two women judges of Afghanistan's Supreme Court in Kabul; Ashraf Ghani blames Taliban - World News , Firstpost

Gunmen kill two women judges in Afghan capital Greater Kashmir | Gunmen fired on a car in northern Kabul on Sunday, killing two women judges who worked for Afghanistan's high court and wounding the driver, a courtGunmen kill two women judges in Afghan capital Greater Kashmir | Gunmen fired on a car in northern Kabul on Sunday, killing two women judges who worked for Afghanistan's high court and wounding the driver, a court

Gunmen kill two women judges in Afghan capital | Greater Kashmir

Two woman judges have been killed in a shooting in Kabul as violence between the government and militants continues unabated.Two woman judges have been killed in a shooting in Kabul as violence between the government and militants continues unabated.

Afghanistan: Gunmen shoot dead two female judges | News | DW | 17.01.2021

The two women were being driven to their office in a court vehicle, and driver was woundedThe two women were being driven to their office in a court vehicle, and driver was wounded

Two women judges killed as gunmen target car in Kabul | The Independent

Security forces are investigating the case. A spokesman for the Taliban says its fighters were not involved.Security forces are investigating the case. A spokesman for the Taliban says its fighters were not involved.

KABUL (Sputnik) - The Taliban see the US troop drawdown in Afghanistan as a "good advancement" in implementing the February deal, the spokesman for the movement’s...KABUL (Sputnik) - The Taliban see the US troop drawdown in Afghanistan as a "good advancement" in implementing the February deal, the spokesman for the movement’s...

Taliban Welcome US Troop Drawdown in Afghanistan, Reaffirm Commitment to February Deal - Sputnik International

The gunmen opened fire on the two women, who were judges in Afghanistan’s Supreme Court, as they were travelling to their office in a court vehicle, Ahmad Fahim Qaweem, a court spokesman, told AFP.The gunmen opened fire on the two women, who were judges in Afghanistan’s Supreme Court, as they were travelling to their office in a court vehicle, Ahmad Fahim Qaweem, a court spokesman, told AFP.

Two women judges of Afghanistan’s Supreme Court shot dead | World News,The Indian Express

The incoming Biden administration will need to quickly grapple with fundamental decisions about its Afghanistan policy. The choices it makes will depend on which decisionmaking framework it will adopt and on the priority it gives to different policy objectives in Afghanistan.The incoming Biden administration will need to quickly grapple with fundamental decisions about its Afghanistan policy. The choices it makes will depend on which decisionmaking framework it will adopt and on the priority it gives to different policy objectives in Afghanistan.

In Afghanistan, different priorities means vastly different policies

The Afghan vice-president tells the BBC that the latest US troop withdrawal will lead to violence.The Afghan vice-president tells the BBC that the latest US troop withdrawal will lead to violence.

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Could the establishment of an interim government that includes the Taliban pave the way for an elusive political settlement between the Afghan government and the militants?Could the establishment of an interim government that includes the Taliban pave the way for an elusive political settlement between the Afghan government and the militants?

Would An Afghan Interim Government Help Or Hinder Peace Efforts?

Transition in US provides window for Kabul and Delhi to signal concerns about Afghan process to WashingtonTransition in US provides window for Kabul and Delhi to signal concerns about Afghan process to Washington

Delhi must rethink closure of Indian consulates in Jalalabad, Herat

The case of Afghanistan’s futureThe case of Afghanistan’s future

The case of Afghanistan’s future - Telegraph India

Negotiators from both sides of the peace negotiations held meetings with the US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad in Doha over the past few days as theyNegotiators from both sides of the peace negotiations held meetings with the US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad in Doha over the past few days as they

Negotiators Meet US Envoy as They Push to Finalize Talks Agenda | TOLOnews

India, which has begun its stint as a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council for 2021-22, will be chairing three key UN sanctions committees for the next two years. But why is it a concern for Pakistan? Why India, Unlike Turkey, Will Not Invite US Sanctions Over Its S-400 Deal With Russia? India will […]

Why Should Pakistan Be 'Very Worried' By India's New Role At The UN Security Council?

Gunmen fired on a car in northern Kabul on Sunday, killing two women judges who worked for Afghanistan's high court and wounding the driver, a court official said. It was the latest attack in the Afghan capital during peace talks between Taliban and Afghan government officials in Qatar.Gunmen fired on a car in northern Kabul on Sunday, killing two women judges who worked for Afghanistan's high court and wounding the driver, a court official said. It was the latest attack in the Afghan capital during peace talks between Taliban and Afghan government officials in Qatar.

Official: Gunmen kill two female judges in in northern Kabul | CP24.com

The attack happened as the judges were travelling to their office in a court vehicle.. Read more at straitstimes.com.South Asia News -The attack happened as the judges were travelling to their office in a court vehicle.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Gunmen shoot dead two Afghan women judges in Kabul, South Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Gunmen fired on a car in northern Kabul on Sunday, killing two female judges who worked for Afghanistan's high court and wounding the driver, a court official said. It was the latest attack in the... World News Summaries. | NewserAttack came during peace talks in Qatar

2 Female Judges Fatally Ambushed in Kabul

No one claimed responsibility for the attack.No one claimed responsibility for the attack.

Gunmen kill two women judges in Afghanistan - News | Khaleej Times

KABUL - Unidentified gunmen killed two female judges from Afghanistan's Supreme Court on Sunday morning, police said, adding to a wave of assassinations in Kabul and other cities while government and Taliban representatives have been holding peace talks in Qatar.KABUL - Unidentified gunmen killed two female judges from Afghanistan's Supreme Court on Sunday morning, police said, adding to a wave of assassinations in Kabul and other cities while government and Taliban representatives have been holding peace talks in Qatar.

Gunmen kill two female Supreme Court judges in Afghanistan - police

Gunmen have shot dead two Afghan women judges working for the Supreme Court in an ambush in the country's capital.Gunmen have shot dead two Afghan women judges working for the Supreme Court in an ambush in the country's capital.

Two female Supreme Court judges shot dead in Kabul

Unidentified gunmen killed two female judges from Afghanistan’s Supreme Court on Sunday morning, police said, adding to a wave of assassinations in Kabul and other cities while government and Taliban representatives have been holding peace talks in Qatar.Unidentified gunmen killed two female judges from Afghanistan’s Supreme Court on Sunday morning, police said, adding to a wave of assassinations in Kabul and other cities while government and Taliban representatives have been holding peace talks in Qatar.

JUST IN: Gunmen kill two female Supreme Court judges