Festivities in Kabul are far simpler and more sombre than Diwali celebrations in other parts of the world, a reflection of two minority communities eager to remain discreet
Karzai is confident that Afghans and regional stakeholders support his crusade against the “American agenda” in Afghanistan, which he describes as an attempt to create disharmony among nations
“Just by being here today, doing what I am doing, I am proving them all wrong.”
The former Afghan president sees only more killing in Trump's plan for his country.
‘I got so used to it that I forgot that it hurts; that it’s not normal’
In just the last two weeks, 29 Afghan civilians are estimated to have lost theirs lives to U.S. air strikes, a substantial spike since U.S. President Donald Trump announced his strategy for Afghanistan.
Shaista Waiz is the first Afghan woman to attempt the feat
The aircraft will be converted to a restaurant but has already become an attraction at the Afghan capital's only amusement park
Only 12 percent of Indian women have access to sanitary products.
“She absolutely loves people and relishes meeting anyone new and getting lots of cuddles and treats.”