Afghanistan

Activists in Kabul ‘disappointed’ as secondary schools remain closed for girls

Protesters gathered at an indoor venue, said the Taliban is playing with the fate of Afghan women and trying to.

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UK launches inquiry into SAS killings in Afghanistan

Lord Justice Haddon-Cave has called for anyone with relevant information on unlawful killings by SAS members to come forward

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WFP in Kabul faces $93 million shortfall in budget

The UN agency is having to cut rations by up to 50% to millions of people in Afghanistan amid a.

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Taliban appoints its finance minister as head of central bank

Hidayatullah Badri, who has sanctions against him, was a close aide and long-time associated of the Taliban’s deceased founder Mullah.

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At least 11 dead in earthquake in Afghanistan, Pakistan

Sources from Laghman said that four others, all women, were wounded in the earthquake in the province.

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Strong 6.5 magnitude earthquake jolts Kabul, other cities in Afghanistan

A 6.5 magnitude earthquake jolted Kabul and other cities in Afghanistan at around 9:20 local time on Tuesday.

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Afghanistan: New school year starts, but not for girls in secondary school

Girls at primary schools are allowed to return to class but strict rules have been enforced, including all teachers and.

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Qatar hosts talks on education and health with Taliban ministers in Doha

Qatar’s foreign ministry says participants ‘agreed on the need to ensure the right to education for all’ and for high-quality.

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EU Council reaffirms principled commitment to peace, stability in Afghanistan

The council said where activities cannot be continued in line with the EU’s ‘principled approach’, EU support to the activities.

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Kabul journalists raise concerns about their safety and other challenges

Journalists and media watchdogs are also worried about ‘forced’ self-censorship, lack of access to information and financial problems

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