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Several Afghanistan soldiers fled to Pakistan after Kabul's fall last year: US Report

An US report has shown that several soldiers of the former Afghanistan government have fled to Pakistan since its fall on Aug 15.

Afghanistan: Blast in Kabul leaves three people hurt

Kabul: At least three people were hurt as a blast hit Police District 10 in Kabul city of Afghanistan on Sunday, media reports said.

Afghanistan: Over 60 girls graduate from professional centre in Kabul

Kabul: Over 60 girl students have graduated from a professional centre in Afghanistan capital Kabul city, media reports said on Sunday.

Afghan-Americans stage demonstration in front of UN, Times Square against Bilwal Bhutto's US visit

Kabul/New York: Afghan Americans staged a demonstration in front of the UN and Times Square on Wednesday against Pakistan's Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto's visit to the UN and the USA.

Afghanistan: Taliban bans wheat export

Kabul: The Taliban on Friday banned the wheat exports from Afghanistan with immediate effect in order to meet domestic demand.

Afghanistan: Attempted suicide cases, involving mostly women, rising in Badakhshan

Kabul: Health officials in Afghanistan's Badakhshan province has said around 30 people, who attempted to commit suicide, have been brought to the hospital in the past three months.

Taliban authorities end Afghanistan's human rights commission

Kabul: The Taliban administration of Afghanistan has dissolved five crucial departments of the former U.S.-backed government, including the country's Human Rights Commission, media reports said on Wednesday.

Taliban authorities end Afghanistan's human rights commission

Kabul: The Taliban administration of Afghanistan has dissolved five crucial departments of the former U.S.-backed government, including the country's Human Rights Commission, media reports said on Wednesday.

Afghanistan: RSF calls journalist Khalid Qaderi's trial as 'illegal and arbitrary'

Kabul: Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns an Afghan journalist’s trial by a military court last weekend, as well as recent arbitrary and illegal arrests of other journalists in Afghanistan.

22 Taliban members killed in Afghanistan, claims National Resistance Front

Kabul: Sebghatullah Ahmadi, a spokesman for the National Resistance Front (NRF), has claimed that 22 Taliban members had been killed in battles with the front.

Afghanistan: Nearly 20 million going hungry

New York: Nearly 20 million people in Afghanistan – almost half the population – are facing acute hunger, humanitarians warned in a UN-backed report, published on Monday. 

UN expresses concern over Taliban's hijab order

United Nations: UN Women Executive Director Sima Bahous on Monday voiced concern over the Taliban's new restrictions on Afghan women.

Afghanistan: Taliban orders women to stay home; cover up in public

New York: The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) issued a statement of deep concern on Saturday in response to an announcement made by the Taliban de facto authorities saying that women should only leave their homes in cases of necessity and then, with their faces covered in public.

Antonio Guterres expresses concern over Taliban's latest decree on Afghanistan women needing to cover their faces in public

New York: UN chief Antonio Guterres has expressed concern over the Taliban's latest decree by which women in Afghanistan need to cover their faces in public.

Afghanistan: Taliban passes decree which forces women to wear burqa

Kabul: The Taliban administration of Afghanistan has issued yet another tough decree by which women of the country need to wear burqa in public.