Afghanistan

Women’s media outlet in Afghanistan faces uncertain future

The Taliban have cracked down on members of the press, threatening many for their coverage, ordering journalists to stop working…

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Afghanistan’s Women ‘At Grave Risk’

Weighing the hurdles Afghan women now face, and how the international community can respond HONOLULU With the Taliban back in…

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From rural drought to urban shortages: Afghanistan’s new hungry

‘We have cut our grocery expenditures and are trying to consume as little as possible.’ By Shadi Khan and Irwin…

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Taliban to temporarily restore 1964 monarchy constitution

The king ratified the constitution a year after coming to power in 1963, ushering in nearly a decade of parliamentary…

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Who is the winner in Afghanistan – China?

In the nine days between the fall of Afghanistan’s first provincial capital on August 6th and the capture of Kabul…

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MoU signed for Onion Seed Research

Seeds of the world’s top 20 onion varieties will be produced through Dutch technology according to local climate at the…

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Singapore Keeps Eye on Kabul after Aiding Refugee Pull-Out

Singapore Air Force had dispatched an A330 multi-role Tanker and Transporter aircraft, not to Kabul Airport, but to Qatar to…

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Taliban ban on co-education results in partition of university classes

Officials have raised their concerns over the decision as separate classes can be managed in public universities and institutions but…

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Afghan women protest as Taliban unveils govt. without females

Protesters were chanting “a Cabinet without women fails” slogans; others carried signs reading “work, education and freedom.” Monitoring Desk Kabul:…

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New Afghan Interim Government to Be Announced in Days

The new administration might be in the form of a caretaker government – Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Ex-Afghan military officials will…

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