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Dexter Filkins

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Correspondent in Afghanistan for the New York Times, Author

Dexter Filkins on KCRW

Less than a year ago, the US and NATO promised continued assistance and 
training for ten more years, with the Pentagon talking of 6 to 9000 
soldiers.  Then, the White House said a…

What Will We Leave Behind in Afghanistan After 2014?

Less than a year ago, the US and NATO promised continued assistance and training for ten more years, with the Pentagon talking of 6 to 9000 soldiers.  Then, the White House said a…

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Afghanistan’s new law  prohibits women from resisting their husband’s sexual advances, which amounts to marital rape.

Women Protest Restrictive Law in Kabul

Afghanistan’s new law prohibits women from resisting their husband’s sexual advances, which amounts to marital rape.

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