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Topic - Kabul University
The Kabul University (KU) is located in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan. It was founded in 1931 but officially opened for classes in 1932. Kabul University is currently attended by approximately 7,000 students, of which 1,700 are women. The university is still recovering from the long period of war and chaos in the country. The main building was rebuilt about 500 meters from the old one, which has almost the same design. - Source: Wikipedia
Afghan intelligence officials said Wednesday that they had broken up a cell that plotted to kill President Hamid Karzai, arresting six people in Kabul who they claimed were affiliated with al Qaeda and the Haqqani militant group.
As headlines about the flawed book, "Three Cups of Tea," by Mr. Greg Mortenson punctuate major U.S. papers, two important messages - one of which the book makes clear - must be heeded. First, Mr. Mortenson's stories, true or somewhat false, highlight the importance of providing Afghan children with access to primary education. This is a human right, which has been universally accepted.