Stories about Afghanistan from September, 2005
Afghan Warrior comments on his country's parliamentary election.
Human Rights Watch's Afghan Election Diary has numerous reports from the field and audio reports concerning yesterday's parliamentary election.
Afghan Warrior condemns the attacks on the United States on Sept. 11, 2001, and hopes that U.S. coalition troops can put an end to terrorism.
Afghan Lord posts an announcement from Afghanistan's Media Commission, which has thrown open the doors to the country's news outlets to all 2, 889 election candidates ahead of Sunday's poll.
Afghan Lord gives a brief rundown of the evolution of the news media in Afghanistan.
Wilson's Blogmanac revisits old news reports on the anniversary of 9/11 suggesting that U.S. President George W. Bush's administration turned down offers from the Taliban regime in Afghanistan to hand over Osama bin Laden to a third country.
Afghan Warrior reports on the deaths of four people in a suicide attack the southern province of Helmand. A government spokesman said Taliban insurgents had intended it to blow up U.S. troops.
Afghan Warrior goes into more detail about the problems faced by prospective women candidates in the Sept. 18 parliamentary elections in Afghanistan.