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KABUL Zach Werenski Blue Jackets Jersey , Nov. 18 (Xinhua) -- Qudsia, a medical student at Kabul University who had dreamed to become a doctor to serve her fellow Afghan citizens, was killed on Sunday along with two others, in a suicide bomb attack that was intended for Shukria Barakzai Jack Johnson Blue Jackets Jersey , a feisty member of the Afghan Parliament.
Barakzai is a women's rights advocate and a close ally of President Ashraf Ghani. In a 2005 media interview, Barakzai said she used to run a secret school for girls during the Taliban's five-year brutal rule that imposed harsh restrictions on Afghan women.
The Taliban's government was toppled by U.S.- backed Afghan forces after it refused to hand over Osama bin Laden and other al- Qaida planners of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks in the United States.
Sunday's bombing attack was the latest to target members of the U.S.-backed Afghan government, which is fighting a fierce battle against the Taliban as most foreign combat troops prepare to leave Afghanistan by the end of the year.
Qudsia Sergei Bobrovsky Blue Jackets Jersey , who like some Afghans have only one name, was waiting for the bus to go home when the suicide bomber blew up his explosive-laden car next to the Land Cruiser Jeep of Barikzai the lawmaker, killing himself and two others, including the innocent girl.
The other fatality was a taxi driver who happened to be in the area when the suicide bomber struck.
Kabul Police Chief Mohammad Zahir Zahir identified Qudsia as among the three killed in the cowardly bomb attack.
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"Qudsia has left this world forever because of a terrorist attack but her memory would remain alive with her family, classmates and friends," said a friend.
One bystander said that by killing innocent civilians like Qudsia, the terrorists are "killing our youths and the future of our country."
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Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, besides expressing sympathy with the families of the victims, has strongly condemned the attack.
"But condemning suicide attack alone is not enough. The government has to map out a comprehensive strategy to check militancy across the country," Ashuqullah Nick Foligno Youth Jersey , a Kabul resident, told Xinhua.
Ashuqullah, an elderly citizen, said that Sunday's suicide attack in Kabul was not the first one and won't be the last. He said that Afghans David Savard Youth Jersey , especially the ordinary people, would further suffer if the government fails to solve the insurgency.
"The victims of terrorist suicide attacks in our country will be forgotten in days, weeks or months. But the terror menace would haunt Afghans for the years ahead if the government fails to curb it," Ashuqullah said.
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BEIJING， June 16 (Xinhua) -- Samantha Guess， 9， from Pittsburgh， U.S. always wanted to know what her middle name "Meili" meant. One day， her father sat her down and told her that it meant "beautiful，" and she was given it by an orphanage in the Chinese city of Nanjing.
Now， along with dozens of other adopted children， all with black hair and dark almond eyes， Samantha has returned to the land of her birth to discover more about the country.
Many of the kids have Chinese middle names. Often， before they were adopted by their American families， they were given names based on where they were found.
Grace Byrne， 11， from Austin， Texas， was given the name "Jing" when she lived at the orphanage because she was from Jingdezhen， known as China's "Porcelain Capital."
The kids visited the Forbidden City， walked the Great Wall， visited the Siheyuan courtyard houses in Beijing's hutongs and took class in traditional culture， including calligraphy.
In the following days， they will also go to the orphanages from where they were adopted， review adoption dossiers and for some， try to find their birth parents.
The sponsor， China Center for Children's Welfare and Adoption under the Ministry of Civil Affairs， wants the adopted children to explore their heritage during the trip， which is called "Home in the World， Roots in China."
Few of the kids can speak Chinese， let alone write characters， but they are still keen to know more about the country.
Samantha bought a fan which shows the Four Great Beauties of ancient China and she said she was looking forward to seeing pandas the most.
Lynette Coil， a mother of two adopted Chinese girls， said she wanted her children to see a changing China.
"China has changed so much since we came in 2003 and 2006 for the adoptions. It is so amazing， the buildings， the cars， China changes everyday!"
To let her children better understand the country， she and her husband also insisted on taking the high-speed rail to Wuhan in central China's Hubei Province.
Since 2006， more than 4，000 adopted children have been invited back to China， a large portion of which were adopted by American families.
At the opening ceremony of the event， Li Liguo， minister of civil affairs， thanked the parents and expressed his hope that the adopted children can become the envoys for cultural exchanges between China and the United States.
China remains the United States' most accessible source of adoptions from overseas.
Don Guess， Samantha's father and a retired respiratory therapist， said he and his wife chose to adopt a Chinese kid because of the stable adoption process in here.
According to Don， the whole process took less than two years， after the application in May 2005， U.S. government agencies， including the Federal Bureau of Invest.