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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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 Afghan Refugees Allege Mistreatment by Pakistani Soldiers, Seek Support in Balkh Province

AT Kabul: Afghan refugees deported from Pakistan to Balkh province have reported mistreatment by Pakistani soldiers and expressed grievances about the confiscation of their property during the deportation process. Some families claimed that their relatives are still imprisoned in Pakistan, adding to the distress of the returnees. Refugees in Balkh …

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UNODC Hosts Meeting in Kabul to Address Alternative Livelihoods for Former Poppy Farmers

AT Kabul: The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) held a meeting in Kabul, bringing together a group of experts to explore sustainable alternative livelihoods for former poppy farmers who had previously relied on illicit crop cultivation. The gathering aimed to foster conversations and identify solutions to support …

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World Food Program Appeals for $840 Million to Aid Needy Afghans

The World Food Program (WFP) has released a report stating that they require $840 million for services spanning from December 2023 to May 2024 to assist those in need in Afghanistan. In October alone, WFP successfully provided emergency food, cash, nutrition, and livelihood support to more than 4.4 million people, …

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Pakistan Military Raids Militant Hideout, Killing 8, Amidst Heightened Border Tensions

AT Kabul: Pakistan’s military has reported a successful raid on a militant hideout near the Afghanistan border, resulting in an intense shootout that claimed the lives of eight militants. The operation, conducted in the South Waziristan district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, saw the seizure of weapons and ammunition in an …

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Allegations of Match-Fixing Involving Afghanistan Football Head Surface

AT Kabul: Several former Afghanistan football players, including ex-captain Djelaludin Sharityar and goalkeeper Aimal Gerowal, have come forward with allegations that Mohammad Kargar, the president of Afghanistan’s football federation (AFF), instructed them to manipulate two matches during a men’s tournament in Malaysia. The accused matches took place against Nepal and …

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Pakistan Supreme Court to Rule on Petition Against Deportations of Afghan Nationals

AT Kabul: The Supreme Court of Pakistan is set to decide on December 1st regarding the admissibility of a petition challenging the caretaker government’s decision to deport illegal Afghan nationals. The petition, filed by former PPP senator Farhatullah Babar through his counsel Umer Ijaz Gilani, will be examined by a …

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