Afghanistan

Afghan professionals in exile discuss ‘urgent’ need for national dialogue

The Center for Dialogue and Progress – Geneva said participants stressed the need for urgent dialogue to bring lasting peace.

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Afghanistan: UN experts call for immediate reopening of girls’ schools

The group, including Richard Bennett, said it appears teenage girls will still be banned from resuming their studies when schools.

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Australian SAS soldier arrested, charged with war crimes

The federal police said this is the first war crime charge of murder to be laid against a serving or.

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McCaul calls for thorough SIGAR probe of cash flow into Afghanistan

Michael McCaul says he is concerned about US assistance to Afghanistan being abused or subject to waste, fraud or benefiting.

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UK apologizes for ‘reckless’ error over Afghan asylum applications

One MP said asking Afghan allies to have their papers approved by the Taliban ‘is like asking them to sign.

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Exiled politicians put forward draft plan ‘to save Afghanistan’

The council says the people of Afghanistan and the world can save the country by launching sincere political efforts ‘before.

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Afghanistan: Taliban edicts causing ‘irreparable damage’

Over 70 countries speak out against the Taliban’s ‘harmful edicts’ stating restrictions on women and girls are seen ‘nowhere else.

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Afghanistan: Ghazni journalists decry lack of access to information

The journalists said the community needs attention from relevant institutions as they celebrated National Journalists’ Day on Saturday.

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Afghanistan: Residents seek development projects in Kunduz

Kunduz residents said that the province was deprived of many development projects over conflicts and now there is a need.

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Taliban claims to have killed five Daesh members in Balkh

The group said the militants killed had been Uzbek nationals and that six women and 12 children had been taken.

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