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International Women’s Health Coalition
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Deputy Europe and Central Asia Director, Human Rights Watch
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Euronews spoke to former Afghan intelligence chief Amrullah Saleh who explained how his country is trapped between three clashing factions because of its geopolitical location
In conservative Afghan society, women are secondary to men, and female participation in sport — including at female-only fitness clubs — is frowned upon.
Dozens wounded after there were three back to back explosions at Ramadan night-time cricket match in Jalalabad
A gun battle continued for several hours with around a dozen attackers who ran into a government building with machine guns and rocket propelled grenades
At least six people were injured in the blasts on Wednesday morning
Dozens of people have been killed or injured in a blast at an Afghan mosque as people gathered after afternoon prayers.
Nine journalists were among victims of a double suicide bombing that claimed the lives of 25 people.
Two explosions targeted central Kabul on Monday morning, killing at least four people, including a journalist, and wounding eight other people.
Media watchdog Reporters Without Borders says at least nine journalists were among those killed in a deadly attack in Afghanistan’s capital, and six were wounded.
Several journalists are among at least 25 people killed as two explosions hit the Afghan capital during Monday morning rush hour. Dozens have been injured.
Activists in Afghanistan held a candlelight vigil to remember victims of a deadly suicide bombing outside a voter registration centre in the country's capital, Kabul.
At least 26 have been killed and 18 injured in suicide blast in the Afghan capital. The bomber struck as people were leaving a Shi'ite shrine following celebrations for Persian new year.
It was an apparent attack on a foreign contractor company but Interior Ministry spokesman, Najib Danesh said all those killed and wounded in the explosion were civilians
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has offered recognition of the Taliban as a legitimate political group
At least four large-scale attacks rocked Afghanistan in January, leaving scores injured, with two in the last week. Experts told Euronews what could have caused this hike in violence.
Taliban and ISIL believed to be competing to lead the fightback against new US offensive, and civilians and the security forces are paying the price.
Explosions were heard in the early hours of Monday morning close to the Marshal Fahim military academy in Kabul. This latest incident comes just two days after a deadly ambulance attack in the city.
The international aid group closes its Afghan offices and temporarily suspends operations after the deadly attack in Jalalabad, claimed by ISIL.
Gunmen brought terror to the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul overnight, shooting at guests and staff and taking hostages
Safia Ebrahimi Momtaz founded the first yoga club for women in Kabul. Women come to her classes to improve their self-esteem, she tells Euronews.