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Afghans remember the Japanese doctor who devoted his life to the country

Afghans mourn the loss of Japanese doctor Tetsu Nakamura after he was shot on his way to work in Jalalabad, Afghanistan. Nakamura left his home in the 1980s to treat patients on the Afghanistan-Pakistan border. But he changed even more lives by building canals and securing a stable food supply for more than 600,000 people. #Afghanistan #TetsuNakamura #JapaneseDoctor

Afghanistan Peace Talks: World leaders rally behind Ghani Presidency

Afghanistan Peace Talks: World leaders rally behind Ghani Presidency

Afghan Children: War takes toll on students, their educations

Afghan Children: War takes toll on students, their educations

Japan Emperor Abdication: Akihito first to step down in over 200 years

Japan Emperor Abdication: Akihito first to step down in over 200 years

These children's lives changed forever due to an unexploded bomb

These children's lives changed forever due to an unexploded bomb

Ukraine says it won't provoke Russia, but is ready to fight back

Ukraine says it won't provoke Russia, but is ready to fight back

Lebanon's information minister resigns over Saudi row

Lebanon's information minister resigns over Saudi row

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Mission Accomplished: Return of the Taliban

Lebanese turn to cryptocurrency in banking crisis

Lebanese turn to cryptocurrency in banking crisis

Germany considers mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations

Germany considers mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations

US President Joe Biden unveils plan to prepare for grim winter

US President Joe Biden unveils plan to prepare for grim winter

South Africa condemns Omicron travel bans, wants them lifted

South Africa condemns Omicron travel bans, wants them lifted

WTA suspends tournaments in China over concern for Peng Shuai

WTA suspends tournaments in China over concern for Peng Shuai

US's Blinken meets Russian counterpart Lavrov in Stockholm

US's Blinken meets Russian counterpart Lavrov in Stockholm

UN seeks record $41B in humanitarian aid to Afghanistan for 2022

UN seeks record $41B in humanitarian aid to Afghanistan for 2022

Americans own more than 45% of the world's gun cache

Americans own more than 45% of the world's gun cache

Israeli settler violence on the rise

Israeli settler violence on the rise

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