Kambaiz Rafi


Kambaiz Rafi is a political economy analyst and researcher, writing on issues ranging from political Islam to Human Rights and counterterrorism strategies. He has a Master of International Political Economy from King's College London.
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Smoke and flames rise from buring fuel trucks following an overnight attack by Taliban militants in Chawk-e-Arghandi on outskirts of the Afghan capital Kabul on July 5, 2014. Taliban militants set fire to dozens of fuel trucks on the outskirt of Kabul, officials said. The fire triggered by a sticky bomb set a blaze dozens of fuel tankers waiting to enter the city in Chawk-e-Arghandi parking lot west of Afghan capital overnight. AFP PHOTO/Wakil Kohsar        (Photo credit should read WAKIL KOHSAR/AFP/Getty Images)
Smoke and flames rise from buring fuel trucks following an overnight attack by Taliban militants in Chawk-e-Arghandi on outskirts of the Afghan capital Kabul on July 5, 2014. Taliban militants set fire to dozens of fuel trucks on the outskirt of Kabul, officials said. The fire triggered by a sticky bomb set a blaze dozens of fuel tankers waiting to enter the city in Chawk-e-Arghandi parking lot west of Afghan capital overnight. AFP PHOTO/Wakil Kohsar (Photo credit should read WAKIL KOHSAR/AFP/Getty Images)
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