Afghanistan

Herat boy gets top score in this year’s university entrance exam

Not a single female student made it into the Top 10 despite girls topping the list in three out of.

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Flood-hit Parwan residents still live under tents

Flood-hit families in Parwan said they were expecting to get shelters ahead of winter, but this has not happened so.

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Displaced families seek ‘urgent help’ as winter approaches

Displaced families in two camps in Kabul said they are living under tents and their life will be at risk.

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SIGAR unable to account for all money spent in Afghanistan

The special inspector general said USAID and Treasury refused to cooperate in any capacity, while the State Department was selective.

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Media in Afghanistan in peril: UN agency

Local watchdog says there is a deep rooted culture of impunity of crimes against journalists and 90% of killings in.

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Afghanistan opium cultivation up nearly a third: UNODC

The UN drug agency reported that while the Taliban banned poppy farming in April, this year’s harvest was largely exempt.

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Iranian university students join popular revolt, embark on sit-down strikes

In what has become one of the boldest challenges to Iran’s clerical leaders in decades, the recent protests have been.

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Foreign fighters living in Baghlan under Taliban protection: sources

Sources from within the Taliban confirm that after Zawahiri’s death, al-Qaeda fighters were spooked and relocated to areas in the.

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ICC decision offers rare chance to advance justice: Watchdog

Human Rights Watch reiterates that serious crimes by all parties to the conflict, including US forces, need to be investigated.

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Another TV channel falls victim to regime change, shuts down

Kabul News, which was funded by former president Hamid Karzai’s office, has been forced to close down after 10 years.

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