Kabul: Afghanistan's Ministry of Defence on Sunday said a helicopter of the air force crashed while patrolling in the northern Samangan province which left at least two pilots killed, media reports said.
New Delhi/IBNS: The Afghan media industry as well as its employees, including journalists, have been struggling to survive since the takeover of Afghanistan by the Taliban on Aug 15.
Kabul: The security situation in Afghanistan has deteriorated significantly in 100 days since the Taliban returned to power, media reports said.
Kabul: A large section of Afghanistan musicians are now saying they are facing the threat under the Taliban rule and they might not be able to continue with their profession.
Kabul: Former Afghan Minister Masouda Jalal has voiced concern that the women of the country under Taliban rule are facing an uncertain future.
Kabul: An Afghan female investor has decided to shut down a driving training center for women that was established a year ago in Kabul as a hardline Islamic Taliban rule takes hold in Afghanistan.
Kabul: A former Afghanistan policeman committed suicide after he was left jobless and even did not get his past three month's salary during the regime of the prevoioud government before Taliban took over the country.
Women-owned restaurants and cafes in Afghanistan's Kabul city have remained closed since the past month after Taliban took control over the country.
Ankara/IBNS: Turkey on Tuesday advised the international community not to rush in recognising the Taliban's rule in Afghanistan and added that it was still holding discussions about operating the strategic Kabul airport, according to media reports.
Kabul: The US government and several other nations, including Australia, joined to issue a statement where they expressed deep concern about the rights of women and girls in Afghanistan under the Taliban rule.