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Young Afghans determined to rebuild war-torn country

While others make plans to flee, a new generation of educated young Afghans who have tasted new freedoms in post-Taliban times are determined to stay and rebuild their war-ravaged nation. With the vast majority of foreign troops withdrawing by the

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Afghan refugee becomes Young Australian of the year

The Telegraph-He fled Afghanistan with his mother and brother at the height of a bloody civil war, arriving in Australia a child refugee. Now, 25-year-old Akram Azimi is the 2013 Young Australian of the Year. “This country has been incredibly

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Complaints about the Auto Mechanic Institute of Kabul

Situated in central Kabul, Afghanistan’s Auto Mechanic Institute has been around since 1973. The Institute, built by the Russians, has four separate departments of electro mechanic, auto, machine technology, and road construction machine. The building was partially damaged during the

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National Museum of Afghanistan

The National Museum of Afghanistan, also known as the Kabul Museum, is situated in the center of Kabul City. It was built during the reign of King Amanullah Khan in 1922. The collections dated back to several millennia and were

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