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Retired Japanese engineer continues water project in Afghanistan, honoring slain doctor’s legacy

AT News KABUL – In an endeavor to carry forward the humanitarian work of the late Dr. Tetsu Nakamura, a retired Japanese engineer, Norio Owa, 73, has embarked on a mission to complete Nakamura’s water hydration project in Afghanistan. Nakamura, a revered doctor known for transforming barren lands into thriving …

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Afghanistan economy crumbles under Taliban’s self-sufficiency plan

AT News KABUL – In the wake of the Taliban’s takeover more than two years ago, Afghanistan’s economy is facing significant challenges as the militant group endeavors to make the nation self-sufficient. Despite international isolation and economic hurdles, the Taliban-led government is forging ahead with ambitious projects aimed at bolstering …

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Afghan children at crossroads; UN reveals escalating risks amidst lack of services

AT News KABUL – Children in Afghanistan are facing heightened risks due to limited access to essential services, as per a recent UN report highlighted by the United Nations Secretary-General. Despite a decrease in severe violations, Afghan children continue to grapple with increased vulnerabilities following the Taliban’s takeover of Kabul. …

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Taliban begin sweeping book purge in universities, targeting political, religious texts

AT News KABUL – The Taliban’s Ministry of Higher Education has issued a directive to private universities and higher education institutions across Afghanistan, calling for the removal of books deemed “contradictory to Hanafi jurisprudence, political, and pose challenges to faith.” The directive, signed by Sheikh Shakirullah Wahdat, head of the …

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UN urges Taliban to adhere to global norms

AT News KABUL – In a recent UN briefing, Roza Otunbayeva, the UN’s representative for Afghanistan, emphasized the importance of the Taliban adhering to “international norms” for the country’s inclusion on the global stage. This is as the lack of progress in addressing human rights issues is a major hurdle …

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Taliban now allow girls to study in madrassas as schools remain shut

AT News KABUL – A Taliban official stated on Thursday that Afghan girls of all ages are now permitted to attend religious schools, traditionally exclusive to boys. The announcement follows remarks from U.N. special envoy Roza Otunbayeva, who noted “more and more anecdotal evidence” suggesting girls could study in Islamic …

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U.S. again says no arms left behind in Afghanistan

AT News KABUL – The United States has once again strongly refuted allegations of abandoning arms in Afghanistan during the military withdrawal in August 2021, dismissing the claims as a “farce.” John Kirby, U.S. National Security Council coordinator for strategic communications, addressed the issue, asserting that the weapons in question …

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Taliban urge China to accelerate Aynak Copper Mine operations

AT News KABUL – In a meeting with China’s special envoy on Monday, Afghanistan’s Taliban-led government pressed for progress on the Aynak copper mine, the world’s second-largest copper deposit. Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi sought assurances on the practical advancement of the project during talks with Yue Xiaoyong, China’s special …

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Taliban regime falls short on all Doha Agreement commitments

AT News KABUL – The government led by the Taliban in Afghanistan has failed to fulfill any of the commitments outlined in the historic Doha Agreement signed with the United States in February 2020. The agreement, which charted a timeline for the withdrawal of American troops, included vital assurances from …

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Afghans’ mass exodus from Pakistan poses security threats, fears Russia

AT News KABUL – Russian Ambassador to Tajikistan, Semyon Grigoryev, voiced concerns over deportation of Afghan refugees from Pakistan to northern Afghanistan, citing it as a destabilizing factor in the region. According to TASS, Grigoryev remarked that the Taliban have not upheld its commitment to prevent Afghanistan’s use as a …

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