May 2, 2015, TOLOnews.com: Three of the five passengers in a car who were kidnapped Thursday evening in southern Zabul have been found dead, acting governor of Zabul told TOLOnews on Saturday. Mohammad Ashraf Nasiri said the bodies were found Saturday morning in Qalat district, provincial capital of Zabul, where the passengers were abducted.
May 1, 2015, PAN: On Labour Day, hundreds of labourers on Friday staged a protest demonstration in the capital Kabul, demanding work opportunities. The rally was organized by the National Labour Union aimed at pressing the government to increase wages of labourers. Mohammad Maroof Qadari, the NLU leader, asked the government to implement labour laws, increase salaries of government officials and facilitate workers.
April 30, 2015, TOLOnews.com: A woman in Andar district of Ghazni province has been hospitalized after reportedly surviving an attempted beheading by her husband’s family. In connection to the crime, local police have apprehended the woman's husband and launched a full investigation.
April 28, 2015, Reuters: At least 52 people are missing and feared dead following a landslide in a remote village in northeastern Afghanistan, officials said on Tuesday. Officials in the province of Badakhshan, about 600 kilometers from the capital, Kabul, are arranging helicopters to fly to the village to rescue survivors, said provincial governor Shah Waliullah.
April 27, 2015, TomDispatch: If our wars in the Greater Middle East ever end, it’s a pretty safe bet that they will end badly - and it won’t be the first time. The “fall of Saigon” in 1975 was the quintessential bitter end to a war. Oddly enough, however, we’ve since found ways to reimagine that denouement which miraculously transformed a failed and brutal war of American aggression into a tragic humanitarian rescue mission.