Afghanistan

Afghans continue to risk migrant trail despite extreme winter

Herat hospital officials say among the patients being treated for frostbite are 10 are in critical condition, while six others.

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Deputy UN chief in Afghanistan ‘to take stock of situation’: UNAMA

The UN delegation noted they were encouraged by exemptions being introduced that have allowed some NGOs to resume some humanitarian.

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Taliban warns 7,000 Daesh members heading for Afghanistan

A document seen by Amu states Daesh fighters are undergoing ‘extremism training’ in Pakistan and once in Afghanistan, they will.

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Taliban’s stance yet to change as UN delegation wraps up meetings in Kabul

The UN deputy secretary-general Amina Mohammed met the Taliban’s acting foreign minister on Wednesday to discuss women's education and work.

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UN deputy chief, Karzai emphasize need for women’s education

Photographs of the meeting were posted on Karzai's official Twitter page. The delegation include UN Women Executive Director Sima Bahous.

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UN’s top woman envoy in Afghanistan for talks on Taliban crackdown

The UN delegation arrived in Kabul after visiting a number of Gulf, Asian and European countries where they discussed the.

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Twitter removes blue ticks reportedly bought by Taliban officials

Several other public figures known to be affiliated with the Taliban also bought the blue tick, though the symbol was.

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Qatar says engagement with Taliban needed despite ‘disappointing’ actions

Qatar’s foreign minister tells Davos 2023 meeting delegates Doha is consulting with other Muslim countries to establish dialogue with Taliban.

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Nine people flogged in public in Kandahar

Public floggings, suspended for three weeks, have resumed and total over 200 since the Taliban started inflicting the punishment on.

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Pakistan warns cash-strapped Taliban fighters may join Daesh

Munir Akram says the security situation is ‘very disturbing’ and if the Taliban do not have enough money, they may.

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