Taliban evict six thousand displaced Afghans from casual settlements

Taliban evict six thousand displaced Afghans from casual settlements

Islamabad. Taliban authorities in Afghanistan have evicted hundreds of displaced folks within the capital Kabul and demolished their casual settlements, leaving greater than 800 susceptible households homeless, an help group reported Tuesday. The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) urged Taliban authorities to instantly halt evictions till enough, long-term options for relocation have been recognized. “I’m deeply … Read more

EU condemns Afghanistan capturing

EU condemns Afghanistan capturing

The European Union this Friday condemned “within the strongest phrases” a capturing carried out by unidentified armed males within the metropolis of Bamiyan, in central Afghanistan, which left three Spanish vacationers lifeless. “We condemn within the strongest phrases the armed assault in opposition to a gaggle of international vacationers visiting Bamiyan, Afghanistan. Our ideas are … Read more

Polio Vaccination Campaign Launched in Afghanistan and Pakistan: 34 Million Children to Be Vaccinated

Polio Vaccination Campaign Launched in Afghanistan and Pakistan: 34 Million Children to Be Vaccinated

Afghanistan and Pakistan started a vaccination campaign this Monday to vaccinate more than 34 million children against polio in the only two countries in the world where this virus is still active. In Afghanistan, authorities plan to vaccinate more than 10 million children between 6 and 59 months in the next four days, the Afghan … Read more

How the ten-year conflict between Russia and the “Islamic State” began

How the ten-year conflict between Russia and the “Islamic State” began

The terrorist act in the “Crocus City Hall” concert hall in Moscow did not come as a bolt from the blue. The Kremlin ignored warnings from US intelligence agencies about an impending “extremist” attack, possibly to pin the blame on a convenient scapegoat after the attack. The killing of 137 concertgoers is just the latest … Read more

World Health Day in Afghanistan: 18 Million People Depend on Health Aid – WHO

World Health Day in Afghanistan: 18 Million People Depend on Health Aid – WHO

Kabul (agencies) On World Health Day yesterday, the World Health Organization reported that 18 million people in Afghanistan depend on health aid. The organization added that access to quality health care remains a fundamental challenge in Afghanistan, according to the Afghan Khaama Press news agency. The organization emphasized equitable access to health services in Afghanistan, … Read more

Afghanistan will return to public executions for treason

Afghanistan will return to public executions for treason

The Afghan Taliban have said they intend to resume public floggings and executions of women for misdeeds. This was announced by the Supreme Leader of the Taliban movement, Haibatullah Akhundzada. According to The Guardian, in an audio broadcast on Taliban-controlled Afghan radio and television last Saturday, Akhundzada said: “We will flog women… we will stone … Read more

Taliban Leader Vows to Resume Public Stoning and Flogging of Afghan Women: Report

Taliban Leader Vows to Resume Public Stoning and Flogging of Afghan Women: Report

Taliban Leader Signals Resumption of Public Stoning and Flogging of Women | Highly Respected News Taliban Leader Signals Resumption of Public Stoning and Flogging of Women By BestNewsEditor March 28, 2024 The reclusive leader of the Taliban, Mullah Hibatullah Akhundzada, has issued a disturbing message on state television, indicating that the hardline Islamist group intends … Read more

Government Response to CAA Criticism: Clarification on Impact on Muslims and Immigration

Government Response to CAA Criticism: Clarification on Impact on Muslims and Immigration

NEW DELHI: As protests against the notification of rules for the implementation of the controversial Citizenship Act (CAA) intensified, the central government responded to the criticism. The government has clarified that the CAA will not affect the citizenship of Muslims. The Center explained that there is no need to worry about this. Under the current … Read more

Government Plans to Ban Hate Speech Preachers from Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Indonesia in the UK: Daily Telegraph Report

Government Plans to Ban Hate Speech Preachers from Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Indonesia in the UK: Daily Telegraph Report

The government is reportedly drawing up plans to ban hate speech preachers from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Indonesia with extremist Islamic views in the UK. The British media Daily Telegraph reported that the British government is concerned about the increasing terrorist activities in the UK. According to the report, the government has appointed officials to identify … Read more