US Secretary of State Pompeo welcomes Pakistan Foreign Minister | AFP

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo welcomes Pakistan’s Foreign Minister, Shah Mehmood Qureshi, to the State Department. The two men are set to speak about the growing momentum toward a deal between the United States and the Taliban, as Qureshi warned the US not to return to the neglect of Afghanistan, as seen after 1989. IMAGES

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Avalanches | AFP Animé

Videographic illustrating how avalanches occur. Avalanches, flooding and harsh winter weather has killed more than 130 people across Pakistan and Afghanistan in recent days, officials said Tuesday, as authorities struggled to reach people stranded by heavy snowfall. VIDEOGRAPHICS

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Landslides | AFP Animé

Videographic on landslides. Avalanches, flooding and harsh winter weather has killed more than 130 people across Pakistan and Afghanistan in recent days, officials said Tuesday, as authorities struggled to reach people stranded by heavy snowfall. VIDEOGRAPHICS

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Climate change threatens Afghanistan’s crumbling heritage | AFP

After bearing the brunt of jihadist dynamite and looting by thieves, the archaeological treasures of Afghanistan’s Bamiyan province are facing a new and possibly more daunting threat: climate change.

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Afghan translators worry as Iran tension escalates

As hostility mounts toward the U.S in neighboring Iran, interpreters in Afghanistan who served alongside U.S. service members are desperate to get out – some in their country consider them traitors. (Jan. 7)

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Here’s the latest for Thursday December 26th: Netanyahu rushed from stage during rocket attack; Tennessee stabbing suspect caught; Remains of soldier killed in Afghanistan returned to US; Sen. Murkowski “very disturbed” by McConnell impeachment comment.

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Surviving loss in Afghanistan: A family of amputees | AFP

This work has earned the 2019 Grand Prix Varenne for international video reporting. Last year, ten children from an Afghan family picked up unexploded mortar bomb -a common sight in Afghanistan. The deadly device went off, killing three children and an older relative. The remaining seven lost at least one limb each. One year on, the survivors are struggling to adapt to their new reality. +REFILE AS ONE OF AFPTV’S BEST STORIES OF 2019+

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Meth boom adds to Afghanistan’s opium and heroin woes | AFP

At a sprawling rehabilitation centre on the outskirts of Kabul, dozens of dazed-looking drug addicts clamber out of police buses and shuffle toward the facility. The men, arrested on the streets of the Afghan capital, have been sent to a compulsory detox programme established to tackle an explosion in the use and production of highly addictive methamphetamine.

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Here’s the latest for Tuesday December 17th: House rules committee to take next impeachment steps; Defense Secretary Esper comments on Afghanistan, North Korea; Boeing suspends 737 Max production; Severe storms in the South.

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Senator: US to begin drawing troops in Afghanistan

U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham said Monday that President Donald Trump will announce an American troop drawdown from Afghanistan this week, which will likely begin next year. (Dec. 16)

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Decades on, Soviet bombs still killing people in Afghanistan | AFP

Forty years after the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan — and three decades since the conflict ended — the war’s legacy continues to claim lives across the country. A humanitarian organisation has been working in several Afghan provinces since 1999 to clear explosives left from a war most of the country’s current, young population never lived through.

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The women saving Afghanistan from Soviet explosives | AFP

Forty years after the Soviet Union invaded Afghanistan — and three decades since the conflict ended — the war’s legacy continues to claim lives across the country. A humanitarian organisation has been working in several Afghan provinces since 1999 to clear explosives left from a war most of the country’s current, young population never lived through.

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Blast near biggest US base in Afghanistan | AFP

At least one person is killed and dozens are wounded as a bomb explodes close to the largest US military base in Afghanistan, damaging homes and a mosque near Bagram Airfield. IMAGES

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Body of slain doctor arrives in Japan after Afghan shooting | AFP

The body of Tetsu Nakamura, a beloved Japanese doctor who was shot to death in Afghanistan after decades of his earnest support for the country, arrives back in Japan. IMAGES

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Afghans mourn Japanese doctor’s death | AFP

Distressed Afghans hold vigils to mourn a beloved Japanese doctor who transformed barren swaths of eastern Afghanistan and spent decades caring for the sick.

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Residents return after IS losses in east Afghanistan | AFP

Afghans in Nangarhar province had seen their share of hardship after war ravaged their country for decades — but few were prepared for the arrival of the Islamic State group. Now some have begun returning home after Afghan military officials announced that IS’s Afghan branch had been completely defeated in Nangarhar.

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Here’s the latest for Friday November 29th: Trump says Afghanistan peace talks resumed; Ohio wildlife park fire kills 10 animals; 50,000 still evacuated due to Texas chemical plant fire; Black Friday shopping begins.

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Trump says Taliban wants deal in Afghanistan visit

President Donald Trump paid a surprise Thanksgiving visit to Afghanistan, where he announced the U.S. and Taliban have been engaged in ongoing peace talks and said he believes the Taliban want a cease-fire. (Nov. 28)

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Trump serves US troops in Bagram Air Field visit

President Donald Trump paid a surprise visit to Afghanistan, where he participated in serving Thanksgiving dinner to U.S. troops at Bagram Air Field and said he believes the Taliban wants a ceasefire. (Nov. 28)

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Here’s the latest for Thursday, November 28th: Trump visits troops in Afghanistan; Thanksgiving rally to celebrate U.S. in Hong Kong; Texas chemical plant fire continues to burn and officials set curfew; Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade goes on.

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