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NEWS OF THE DAYAfghan new president Ashraf Ghani will head to China next week for a three-day visit, his office said in a statement Tuesday, his first trip abroad since being sworn in last month. Ghani will be accompanied by a high ranking Afghan government delegation for his first overseas trip since he took office in late September following a prolonged political stand-off over the results of the fraud-tainted presidential election.
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An Afghan National Army (ANA) soldier takes position during a combat training exercise at the Afghan National Military training centre (KMTC) in Kabul on Wednesday. Afghan casualties have rocketed over the past two years, during which time NATO has handed over most combat duties to the nation's police and army. The US military estimated this month that 7,000-9,000 Afghan police or troops had been killed or wounded so far this year. AFP PHOTO
Indian residents living in the Mahila ashram, a home for widows, raise their lit earthen lamps on the banks of the Yamuna river as they participate in a celebration for the Hindu festival Diwali in the northern city of Vrindavan on Tuesday. The women, who chanted as they walked through the streets of Vrindavan to mark the Hindu festival of Diwali, are widows who have left or been abandoned by their families. Until recently, they were kept hidden from society and all but forbidden to celebrate. AFP PHOTO
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