Alissa J Rubin The New York Times


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  • A Swedish Girl, ISIS And A Cautionary Tale Of Global Terrorism

    A Swedish Girl, ISIS And A Cautionary Tale Of Global Terrorism

    The story of Marilyn Nevalainen stands out as a rare case in which a young European went unwittingly into the heart of jihadist territory and was freed.

  • In Afghanistan, girls pay for elders' misdeeds

    Shakila, eight at the time, was drifting off to sleep when a group of men carrying AK-47s barged in through the door. She recalls that they complained, as they dragged her off into the darkness, about how their family had been dishonored and about how they had not been paid.

  • Former Taliban officials say US talks started

    Former Taliban officials say US talks started

    Several Taliban negotiators have begun meeting with American officials in Qatar, where they are discussing preliminary trust-building measures, including a possible prisoner transfer, several former Taliban officials said on Saturday.

  • Jailed Afghan woman freed but urged to marry rapist

    Jailed Afghan woman freed but urged to marry rapist

    When the Afghan government announced Thursday that it would pardon a woman who had been imprisoned for adultery after she reported that she had been raped, the decision seemed a clear victory for the many women here whose lives have been ground down by the Afghan justice system.

'Alissa J Rubin The New York Times' - 4 News Result(s)

  • A Swedish Girl, ISIS And A Cautionary Tale Of Global Terrorism

    A Swedish Girl, ISIS And A Cautionary Tale Of Global Terrorism

    The story of Marilyn Nevalainen stands out as a rare case in which a young European went unwittingly into the heart of jihadist territory and was freed.

  • In Afghanistan, girls pay for elders' misdeeds

    Shakila, eight at the time, was drifting off to sleep when a group of men carrying AK-47s barged in through the door. She recalls that they complained, as they dragged her off into the darkness, about how their family had been dishonored and about how they had not been paid.

  • Former Taliban officials say US talks started

    Former Taliban officials say US talks started

    Several Taliban negotiators have begun meeting with American officials in Qatar, where they are discussing preliminary trust-building measures, including a possible prisoner transfer, several former Taliban officials said on Saturday.

  • Jailed Afghan woman freed but urged to marry rapist

    Jailed Afghan woman freed but urged to marry rapist

    When the Afghan government announced Thursday that it would pardon a woman who had been imprisoned for adultery after she reported that she had been raped, the decision seemed a clear victory for the many women here whose lives have been ground down by the Afghan justice system.

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