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Last week, the UN Security Council (UNSC) condemned the attack on a religious school in Afghanistan that resulted in the killing of at least 20 students and wounding dozens of others.
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Turkey is routinely pushing tens of thousands of Afghans at its land border with Iran or deporting them directly to Afghanistan with little or no examination of their claims for international protection.
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Ahead of approaching winter, residents of Kabul expressed concerns over the power shortages as they complained of getting only seven to eight hours of electricity every day. Kabul residents said they are living miserable lives as the authorities in the country do not pay heed to frequent pow
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Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid said the command from Haibatullah Akhundzada came after the leader met with a group of judges.
According to the analysts, the lack of jobs in the country and human rights violations have forced people to fly to neighbouring countries like Iran, and Turkey by unlawful means.
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Since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan in August last year, the distribution of passports has been halted more than five times. Residents of Kabul called on the Taliban to resume issuing passports as the General Department of Passports in Afghanistan halted the distribution temporaril
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Afghans continue to live miserably in their country and have been bearing the brunt of human rights violations since the Taliban took control in August last year.
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Islamabad [Pakistan], October 20 (ANI): Due to the rising power of the Taliban in Afghanistan, Pakistani soil has witnessed a 51 per cent increase in the number of terrorist attacks in the last year, Islamabad-based think tank, Pak Institute of Peace Studies (PIPS) findings revealed on Wedne
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Kabul [Afghanistan], October 3 (ANI): At least 46 girls and young women were among the 53 people killed in Friday's blast at the education centre in Afghanistan's capital Kabul, the United Nations said on Monday.
Kabul [Afghanistan], October 3 (ANI): Days after the Kabul education centre blast killed over 40 people, another explosion occurred on Monday in the western part of the Afghan capital, targeting another Hazara-populated area.
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Brussels [Belgium], August 14 (ANI): The Taliban which seized power in Afghanistan a year ago and formed a new government, failed to form "an inclusive political system" and continue to violate human rights, the EU External Action Service (EEAS) said on Sunday.
Kabul [Afghanistan], August 13 (ANI): After backlash by the international community over the neglect of girls' education in Afghanistan, the Taliban have created a "directorate of academic curriculum", local media reported on Saturday.