GARDEZ (SW) – Hundreds of families have been displaced from Paktia’s Dandpatan district after artillery shelling by Pakistani forces from across the Durand Line. In
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KABUL (SW) – For more than a year, in many regional and international meetings, the need to form an inclusive government in Afghanistan has been
MONITORING (SW) – On the eve of holding a meeting titled “Assembly of Afghan Women Leaders” in Brussels, Josep Borrell, the EU foreign policy envoy,
MONITORING (SW) – Pakistan’s former prime minister and cricketing great Imran Khan has been shot in the leg in an apparent assassination attempt as his
MONITORING (SW) -Heather Barr, Associate women’s rights director and former Afghanistan researcher at the Human Rights Watch has welcomed Germany’s new plan to transfer vulnerable Afghans.
KABUL (SW) -Malnutrition is the main cause of death among children in the world, which is rapidly spreading among children in Afghanistan these days.
MONITORING (SW) – U.S. President Joe Biden’s administration will press ahead with talks on releasing billions of dollars in Afghanistan’s foreign-held assets despite late al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri’s presence in Kabul and foot-dragging by the Taliban and Afghan central bank, according to three sources with knowledge of the situation.
KABUL (SW) – Flash floods caused by torrential rains have wrecked havoc across Afghanistan with dozens of people killed and vast swathes of land submerged.
KABUL (SW) – In the wake of spike in terrorist attacks, Kabul residents say the claims about peace in the country are baseless.
KABUL (SW) – A year of the Islamic Emirate rule in Afghanistan has seen service delivery to public go from bad to worst.
KABUL (SW) – After one year of the Islamic Emirate rule in Afghanistan, Afghan women are still living under a lot of restrictions and misery.
MONITORING (SW) – One year since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, an economic crisis, crippling drought and new restrictions have shattered girls’ lives, excluding them from society and leaving them hungry, with a quarter showing signs of depression, according to a new report by Save the Children.