Prince Harry has be Accused of "Weaponizing" Iran's Propaganda Machine
Current and former British military commanders have accused the Duke of Sussex of "making arguments" for Iran's propaganda machine and using his military career for financial gain.
Suspect in 5 Afghans’ murder in Ankara caught
The suspect wanted for the murder of five Afghan nationals in the capital Ankara was caught in Afghanistan by the Turkish police.
A special team was formed by the Ankara police and the Afghan authorities to shed light on the incident.
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UN envoy meets with Afghan higher-ed chief over ban on women
A top U.N. envoy met with the Taliban-led Afghan government's higher education minister Saturday to discuss the ban on women attending universities. Markus Potzel is the first international official to meet with him since the ban was introduced last month.
Afghan refugee wants to fight for Slovenia in Olympics
Maribor – Mohammad Dawood Rezai left his home in Afghanistan at the age of 14. He could have hardly imagined then that almost seven years on his goal would be to appear in the Olympic boxing tournament for Slovenia, the country he had not heard of before arriving here in February 2016.
The message to Washington: Be aware of it, the war ended with your defeat
On this day, August 31, 2021, US forces withdrew from Afghanistan, ending their 20-year presence in the country.
On that occasion, the Russian Embassy in the USA announced that the USA should understand that the war in Afghanistan ended with the defeat of America.
At least 20 Dead, 40 Injured in Mosque Explosion in Kabul
An explosion at a mosque in the north of the Afghan capital of Kabul killed 20 people and injured 40 more, media reports said.
Bombing at Kabul mosque kills 10, including prominent cleric
A bombing at a mosque in the Afghan capital of Kabul during evening prayers on Wednesday killed at least 10 people, including a prominent cleric, and wounded at least 27, an eyewitness and police said.
Taliban violently disperse rare women’s protest in Kabul
Taliban fighters beat women protesters and fired into the air on Saturday as they violently dispersed a rare rally in the Afghan capital, days ahead of the first anniversary of the hardline Islamists' return to power.
Since seizing control on August 15 last year, the Taliban have rolled back the marginal gains made by women during two decades of US intervention in Afghanistan.
Rescuers scramble to reach Afghan quake survivors as foreign aid arrives
Desperate rescuers battled against the clock and heavy rain on June 24 to reach cut-off areas in eastern Afghanistan after a powerful earthquake killed at least 1,000 people and left thousands more homeless.
Desperate appeal: "Help, the number of the dead is unknown"; Reply: "Sorry, we can't"
The quake had a magnitude of 6.1 on the Richter scale, and the final number of victims and injured is still unknown because it is not known how many people were buried in the rubble. Therefore, it is feared that the total number of victims could be significantly higher, reports the BBC.