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Islamic State Threatens Prince Henry, Promises to Send Him to “Hellfire”

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Rich Higgins, On Why He Was Fired From the White House

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“Easy to kill women”: Three honor killings in three weeks in ONE PROVINCE in Afghanistan

Ghor is a remote mountain province 400 km west of the capital Kabul. The Taliban and other armed groups are active, and state control is weak. It’s also one of the least-developed provinces in Afghanistan: child marriage is common, and “honour killings” – often women trying to flee marriages they were forced into – are frequent.

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