News from Iraq drowned out the June 14 Afghan election coverage.
The Afghan Defense and Interior Ministries are not fulfilling their commitments to oversee the program.
They fiercely deny the CIA claim and blame it on enemies of the Afghan regime and The New York Times.
America is seen in South Asia as a power in decline, a perception fueled by the Afghan War.
While some of the translators MEP provides are U.S. citizens, usually of Afghan descent, the great majority are Afghan nationals.
Margery was crocheting a baby's Afghan, and Polly was almost obscured by a rumpled, yellow dress which lay in her lap.
Some attacks, however, were made upon the Afghan intrenchments.
We have improved a little since we made the Afghan for Aunt Sallie, haven't we?
This brought the second period of the Afghan war to a close.
Even from that distance Sara Lee could see the bit of pink which was the bow on her Afghan.
name of the people of Afghanistan, technically only correctly applied to the Durani Afghans; Old Afghan chronicles trace the name to an Afghana, son of Jeremiah, sone of Israelite King Saul, from whom they claimed descent, but this is a legend. The name is first attested in Arabic in al-'Utbi's "History of Sultan Mahmud" written c.1030 C.E. and was in use in India from 13c. Attested from 1833 as a type of blanket or wrap (in full, Afghan shawl); 1973 as a style of sheepskin coat; 1877 as a type of carpet; 1895 as a breed of hunting dog.