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Kabul, Afghanistan - Hamidullah takes a moment to consider his surroundings after asking a young man to fetch him some drinking water.
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We examine the Doha Development Agenda, a WTO initiative that has been unable to address unfair agricultural practices.
The World Trade Organisation (WTO) has come under renewed criticism for failing poor and developing countries in their 14-year-long battle to achieve a breakthrough in key agricultural trade talks.
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About one million people were forced from their homes by Operation Zarb-e-Azb a year ago - and few are able to return.
Fakhar Kakakhel, Umar Farooq | 15 Jun 2015 16:19 GMT
Bannu, Pakistan - "I have no hope of going back," says Farhadullah, 35, who fled Mir Ali with his five children last June ahead of Operation Zarb-e-Azb, Pakistan's offensive against armed groups in North Waziristan.
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Violence has displaced more than half a million people from Khyber to Peshawar, where funding and aid are scarce
December 1, 2014 12:30PM ET
by Asad Hashim
PESHAWAR, Pakistan — Mir Jalal, a farmer from a small village in Pakistan’s Khyber tribal area, never imagined he would have to flee his village amid bombs, mortar shells and gunfights — at least not again.
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