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HRW Expresses Concern Over Detention of Women Activists in Afghanistan

AT Kabul: Human Rights Watch (HRW) has voiced concerns about the current situation of women activists in Afghanistan, emphasizing that arrests, threats, and suppression of women continue. HRW specifically highlighted the arbitrary detention of female protesters, naming activists such as Julia Parsi, Manijeh Sediqi, Neda Parwani, and Parisa Azada in …

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Excluding Afghanistan from Dubai climate summit is ‘grave injustice’

AT Kabul:  The Taliban Wednesday criticized the exclusion of Afghanistan from the 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference in Dubai, calling it a “grave injustice.” The Taliban government spokesperson, Zabiullah Mujahid, expressed regret, warning the exclusion could lead to the suspension of climate change adaptation projects in the country. “Regrettably, …

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U.N. Security Council Planned Meeting Moved Behind Closed Doors for Feridun Sinirlioglu’s report on Afghanistan

AT Kabul: According to the assessment, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan’s (IEA) desire for recognition could prove crucial to creating an inclusive government and ensuring respect for women’s rights. The report outlines a strategy for political engagement to reintegrate Afghanistan after the Taliban’s takeover in August 2021. Sinirlioglu said the …

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 Islamic Emirate Denies Charge d’Affaires Summoning, Clarifies Pakistani Message Reception

AT Kabul: In response to reports from some Pakistani media outlets, the Islamic Emirate denied that its Chargé d’Affaires in Pakistan was summoned by the Pakistani authorities. The denial clarified that the Charge d’Affaires only received a message from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan. The Express Tribune, a …

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 Concerns Rise as Nearly 500 Female Drug Addicts Sent to Rehab in Afghanistan

AT Kabul: Over the past six months, approximately 500 female drug addicts have been admitted to rehabilitation centers in Afghanistan, according to the country’s Interior Ministry’s counter-narcotics department. Concurrently, 250 children affected by drugs have also been taken to these centers during the same period. The head of the counter-narcotics …

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 Afghanistan Mission in New Delhi to Resume Activities Amid Diplomatic Controversy

AT Kabul: The Afghanistan mission in New Delhi is set to resume activities within the next “two to three days,” according to Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanikzai, the Taliban-appointed acting deputy foreign minister. In an interview with local broadcaster RTA, Stanikzai revealed that the embassy is in close contact with the …

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 Afghan Farmers Urge Islamic Emirate for Assistance in Transitioning from Poppy Cultivation

AT Kabul: Farmers in various provinces of Afghanistan are calling for increased cooperation from the Islamic Emirate to support the transition from poppy cultivation to alternative crops. With the prohibition of poppy cultivation and drug production, some farmers highlight the lack of assistance in adopting alternative cultivation practices. Farmers express …

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Afghan Women, Including Robotics Team Leader, Receive Courage Award in Germany

AT Kabul: Roya Mahboob, leader of the Afghan Girls’ Robotics Team and a pioneering entrepreneur, has been honored with the Courage Award, also known as the Axel Springer Award, by the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom in Germany. This prestigious award is presented annually to human rights advocates across various …

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Former Afghan President Karzai Urges Diplomacy and Inclusive Dialogue for Afghanistan’s Future

AT Kabul: In an exclusive interview with Kyodo News, former Afghan President Hamid Karzai shared crucial insights into the current situation in Afghanistan. Addressing the international community, Karzai emphasized the importance of avoiding the forcible removal of the Taliban from power. Instead, he advocated for a diplomatic approach, encouraging inclusive …

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Afghan Female Journalists Face Unemployment and Information Barriers

AT Kabul: The “Afghan Women Journalists Association” has released survey findings detailing the status of female journalists in Afghanistan over the past two years. The report highlights that a majority of women journalists have experienced challenges, leading to many becoming housebound during this period. Over 200 female journalists and media …

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