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Lucy Kafanov

Over 3,000 violations reported during Afghan elections
More than 3,000 complaints of election violations have been reported following Afghanistan’s election at the weekend. Voter turnout was unexpectedly high in spite of a wave of attacks by the Taliban aimed at disrupting the election.

08.04.2014 10:38

War-weary Afghanistan chooses new president as uncertainty looms
Afghans head to the polls on Saturday to replace outgoing President Hamid Karzai. Looming over the vote, though, are threats of Taliban violence, a poor economy dependent on outside aid, and the impending exit of many foreign security forces.

05.04.2014 03:08

Afghan security crisis: 13 years & $100 billion after US entry
The Taliban pre-electoral campaign of bloodshed continues in Afghanistan, as six die in an attack on the interior ministry in Kabul. As the first democratic transfer of power approaches, the country is in terrible shape ahead of the 2014 US pullout.

03.04.2014 05:22

Expensive chaos: Billions of dollars meant for Afghanistan development wasted
'A lot of fraud' in Afghanistan is hampering any positive results Western money might bring, the head of oversight for US work in Afghanistan believes. RT’s correspondent in Kabul has witnessed some of the misspending.

01.04.2014 06:22

Militants attack election office in Kabul ahead of presidential vote
Four Taliban suicide bombers attacked the Independent Election Commission HQ in Kabul, engaging in a a gunbattle with the security forces. This is the third big assault on the capital this week, as the April 5 presidential election draws closer.

29.03.2014 09:00

Suicide bombing, gunfight as Taliban attack foreign guest house in Kabul
Afghan security forces have recaptured a guest house that was bombed and then seized by Taliban insurgents in an upscale residential part of Kabul. At least one Afghan child was killed, but four foreigners in the house were freed alive and well.

28.03.2014 13:28

US, NATO, EU lecture Russia with 'provocative statements' on Ukraine
Moscow has urged NATO to refrain from provocative statements on Ukraine and respect its non-bloc status after a chorus of Western politicians said Russia should be “transparent” about its military drills and avoid any steps that could be “misunderstood.”

27.02.2014 19:11

​German village threatened by brown coal mining
The tiny German village of Atterwasch (population: 241) near Poland may soon disappear from the map once and for all. Swedish energy giant Vattenfall is looking to relocate the villagers to strip-mine the ground underneath for brown coal.

25.02.2014 08:29

​No spying on friends: NSA bugs Merkel aides instead of chancellor
In the wake of President Obama's promise to stop spying on German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the US intelligence has switched its attention to her top government officials, a German newspaper reported.

24.02.2014 05:43

Girafficide: Second healthy giraffe named Marius may be slaughtered in Denmark
A second Danish zoo has said it may have to kill one of its healthy male giraffes just four days after a Copenhagen zoo publically slaughtered and skinned its 18-months-old Marius despite international outrage and offers to rehome the animal.

13.02.2014 13:27

Switzerland votes a narrow 'yes' to cap EU immigration
Switzerland has voted 50.3 percent in favor of limiting annual migration from the EU, thus ending the policy of free movement within the bloc that was established in 2002.

09.02.2014 02:12

Geneva 2: UN retracts Iran's invite, Syrian opposition confirms attendance
The UN has withdrawn an invitation for Iran to the January 22 Geneva 2 peace conference after Syria’s main Western-backed opposition group threatened to pull out of talks if the Islamic Republic attends.

20.01.2014 20:45

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