Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty
Afghan 'Blasphemy' Case An Early Test For New Government
A blasphemy case involving a newspaper is posing an early test for Afghanistan’s new president, who will have to carefully balance international concerns with the wishes of powerful religious leaders in the country.
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