Matthew Green

Afghanistan and Pakistan Correspondent, Financial Times

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Pakistan and Afghanistan correspondent for the Financial Times; author of The Wizard of the Nile: The Hunt for Africa's Most Wanted

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Pakistan's worst floods in more than a century have left three million people homeless.

Monsoon Flooding Creates Humanitarian Crisis in Pakistan

Pakistan's worst floods in more than a century have left three million people homeless.

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With  Abdullah Abdullah  out of the run-off election, Hamid Karzai has been declared re-elected as President of Afghanistan.  In Kabul, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has  offered…

Hamid Karzai Declared Afghan President Again

With Abdullah Abdullah out of the run-off election, Hamid Karzai has been declared re-elected as President of Afghanistan.  In Kabul, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has offered…

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With  Abdullah Abdullah  out of the run-off election, Hamid Karzai has been declared re-elected as President of Afghanistan.

Hamid Karzai Declared Afghan President Again

With Abdullah Abdullah out of the run-off election, Hamid Karzai has been declared re-elected as President of Afghanistan.

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