‘How long do we have to die?’ Terrorist attacks in Kabul put a human face on violence in a remote war.

A posting on Facebook showed five masked men posing with assault rifles in front of a sign in Arabic naming them as “our sacrificers” in the “killing and maiming of mercenaries” at the military hospital.

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A Critical Review of the Public Health Policy of Afghanistan

Accurate public reforms are needed for Afghanistan, targeting the issues of corruption, violence related conflict, poor planning, and almost no execution. It is amazing to know that International Transparency declared Afghanistan as the world’s second most corrupt state.

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