Imran Khan calls India arrogant, while India rails against Pakistan's 'evil agenda'
Samim Faramarz, 28, a reporter with an Afghan news channel, and his cameraperson, Ramiz Ahmadi, 23, were among the first few journalists at the scene of the Islamic State-claimed suicide attack in Kabul on September 5. As they finished the first broadcast about the explosion at a local sports club, Faramarz described the grim situation...
The ruling is the first step in a much larger struggle: acceptance
Hanif Atmar met opposition members in Dubai to seek support
In a room full of loud teenagers, 17-year-old Mohammad Ehsan is the quietest. (The names of the boys in this piece have been changed to protect their identities.) The other boys in this juvenile rehabilitation center in the Afghan capital of Kabul are rough and boisterous; he takes the corner-most seat and avoids making eye...
Afghan security forces arrested the men described as important logistical support assets for ISIS Khorasan
Former ambassador to the US Hamdullah Mohib has replaced Hanif Atmar, at a time when Afghanistan is facing a renewed Taliban campaign
In the 1990s, the Taliban focused on moral policing. Now, the group runs parallel governments in areas of influence.
Saad Arhabi killed with 10 other fighters in Nangarhar overnight, security officials say
“Education is increasingly a casualty in Afghanistan,” a briefing note by the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) recently observed. The note was in reaction to a larger, comprehensive report by the Global Coalition to Protect Education from Attack (GCPEA), titled ‘Education Under Attack’, which studies the impact of conflict on education in 28 countries. According to the...