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Updated : 4 days ago IST
Expressing his views on the attack at the National Assembly, Asif said, "Worshippers weren't killed during prayers even in India or Israel but it happened in Pakistan."
Updated : 5 days, 19 hours ago IST
The consulate said that more than 1,000 Afghan refugees, including women and children, are in prisons in Pakistan.
Updated : 1 week, 3 days ago IST
Most of the cases reported were of breast cancer. Men mainly had throat cancer, and the reason was the use of chemicals, lengthy wars and the use of different weaponry in the country, said Sharafat Zaman, a Taliban spokesperson.
Updated : 2 weeks, 5 days ago IST
Natural catastrophes have made the situation even worse for Afghans as they grapple with one of the greatest humanitarian crisis in the country's history.
Updated : 3 weeks, 5 days ago IST
More than 1,000 Afghans are imprisoned in Pakistan, Shakib claimed.
Updated : 3 weeks, 6 days ago IST
The local residents of Ghor Province, Afghanistan have warned that if the Taliban-led Health Ministry keeps ignoring the ongoing crisis in the healthcare sector in Ghor province the patients will die. The already critical situation has worsened due to the Taliban's ban on women working as th
Updated : 1 month ago IST
Japan and the United Arab Emirates have requested a closed-door meeting of the United Nations Security Council on January 13 to discuss decisions announced by the Taliban.
Updated : 1 month, 1 week ago IST
On Saturday, the Taliban regime ordered all local and foreign NGOs to stop female employees from coming to work in the country. The Taliban-led Ministry of Economy (MOE) ordered all national and international non-government organizations to suspend the jobs of female employees until further
The United Nations and its partners, including national and international non-governmental organizations, are helping more than 28 million Afghans who depend on humanitarian aid to survive. The reported ban on women working with the international community to save lives and livelihoods in Af
On Wednesday, the UN mission in Afghanistan expressed the outrage of millions of Afghans and the international community over the decision by the Islamic outfit and called on the de facto authorities to revoke the decision immediately.
Updated : 1 month, 2 weeks ago IST
The continuation of co-education and lack of observation of hijab by students were among the reason cited by Taliban minister Neda Mohammad Nadim for banning Afghan women from university, TOLO news reported.
In a statement, United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) said the UN and its humanitarian partners also urge the de facto authorities to reopen girls' schools beyond the sixth grade and end all measures preventing women and girls from participating fully in daily public life,