The Express Tribune
September 14, 2015
Afghan woman satire Masouda Khazan Tokhi 39, displays a cartoon paper as she works on a satirical piece inside of her home in Kabul. PHOTO: AFP. KABUL: From ridiculing warlords to poking fun at the political elite, a crop of covertly run Afghan satirical outlets are resonating widely with disenchantedÃÂ ...
The New Yorker
September 23, 2014
“It took Masoud a long time to regain his trust in the United States,” Qazzaz said. .... Throughout the war in Iraq, the Kurds were the Americans' most loyal partners, offering up the peshmerga to form the nucleus of the new Iraqi Army and one of their own leaders, Jalal Talabani, to be the President of Iraq.