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Australian detainee released in Afghanistan

AT Kabul: Qatar’s government has announced the release of an Austrian detainee in Afghanistan, facilitated through Doha’s mediation efforts. Mohammed bin Abdulaziz bin Saleh Al Khulaifi, Qatar’s Minister of State at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, extends gratitude to Afghanistan’s de facto officials for their cooperation. Qatar highlights its robust …

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Pakistan has deported over 300 Afghan migrants.

AT Kabul: According to the Taliban’s Ministry of Refugees, Pakistan expelled more than 300 Afghan migrants on Saturday, February 24. The ministry reported that these individuals comprised 28 families who crossed into Afghanistan via the Torkham and Spin Boldak border crossings. Pakistan has been deporting undocumented Afghan migrants since November …

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Watchdog reports Taliban ban on female media involvement in Khost.

AT Kabul: According to a media watchdog group, the Taliban has enforced a prohibition on females communicating with radio stations or television channels in Khost province, southeastern Afghanistan. Media heads have reportedly been cautioned against broadcasting female voices in their programs. The Afghanistan Journalists Center (AFJC) has obtained a statement …

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Turkmenistan to Host 5th Summit of Foreign Ministers from Afghanistan’s Neighboring Nations

AT Kabul: During a visit to Ashgabat, Chinese Special Envoy for Afghanistan, Yue Xiaoyong, convened with Turkmenistan’s Deputy Foreign Minister Ahmet Kakabayevich Gurbanov. Their talks centered on bolstering collaborative efforts in supporting Afghanistan’s reconstruction. Yue also affirmed China’s backing for Turkmenistan’s hosting of the 2024 summit, which is expected to …

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Hundreds died in Afghanistan due to respiratory illness, says WHO

AT Kabul: The World Health Organization (WHO) reported that since the beginning of winter, the number of patients with respiratory problems has increased. The cold weather is also considered to be the cause. It is further stated that since January 1, 2024, in 34 provinces of Afghanistan, more than 286,000 …

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Residential building fire in China’s Nanjing city kills at least 15

AT Kabul: At least 15 people have been killed and 44 injured in a fire at a residential building in eastern China’s Nanjing, local authorities said Saturday. The fire broke out early Friday morning, officials said at a press conference, with a preliminary investigation suggesting the blaze started on the …

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2.3M pregnant women suffer from malnutrition in Afghanistan, says WFP

AT Kabul: The World Food Program (WFP) announced that 2.3 million pregnant women in Afghanistan are suffering from malnutrition. According to this organization that most people in Afghanistan do not have enough food to eat. “Most of the people of Afghanistan, not only cannot eat nutritious food, but also do …

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Second meeting of UN Special Envoys ends in Qatar

AT News KABUL – The United Nations wrapped up its 2nd meeting of Special Envoys on Afghanistan on Sunday, with the presence of General Antonio Guterres, the Secretary-General of the United Nations. However, absence of the Taliban from proceedings marked a significant development. The group cited unmet demands, including recognition …

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