Afghanistan

Taliban continues to hunt Daesh despite repeated denials of group’s existence

The Taliban blames the US for exaggerating the issue, but they have recorded eight attacks on Daesh this month in.

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Who is Matiullah Wesa and why was he arrested?

Wesa is a well known education activist who has spent years working to stamp out illiteracy and promote education across.

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Afghanistan

Ex-Australian soldier charged with killing civilian in Afghanistan freed on bail

A Sydney magistrate agreed the risks posed to Schultz by the Taliban and extremist groups while behind bars were too.

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UN seeks explanation from Taliban after arrest of education activist in Kabul

The arrest of Matiullah Wesa who is widely known and a respected advocate for education in Afghanistan has sparked widespread.

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Afghanistan

McCaul subpoenas Blinken over Kabul dissent cable

Michael McCaul gave Antony Blinken a Monday deadline to produce the documents, but the secretary of state failed to do.

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Matiullah Wesa, an activist who advocated for education, detained by Taliban

Matiullah Wesa, an activist, was detained by the Taliban from a mosque near his home at around 5 pm on.

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Former Australian soldier fears Taliban revenge in prison

The ex-soldier’s lawyer argued in a bail application hearing that his client faces serious risks and has been segregated from.

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Afghanistan: Online schools flooded with applications from high school girls

As girls flock to online schools they face plenty of challenges due to regular power outages, slow internet speed and.

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Afghanistan

Afghanistan: Online schools flooded with applications from high school girls

As girls flock to online schools they face plenty of challenges due to regular power outages, slow internet speed and.

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Afghanistan

Japan pledges over $21 million to UNICEF in support of Afghanistan

The money will go towards life saving vaccines for 18 million mothers and children and to water and sanitation facilities.

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