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Taliban flock to buy perfume and headwear as they celebrate Eid
Shops specialising in perfume and headwear popular among members of the Taliban are packed ahead of the Muslim festival of Eid al-Fitr
WATCH: Landslide at Pakistan-Afghanistan border crossing kills two
At least two people were killed and eight injured in a massive pre-dawn landslide that buried dozens of trucks waiting to cross from Pakistan to Afghanistan, officials say. "One truck was crushed under the debris and the other was burnt," the owner of a damaged vehicle said.
Afghan women-run radio resumes broadcasts after shutdown by Taliban
A women-run radio station in northeastern Afghanistan has resumed its broadcasts, after officials shut it down for a week for playing music during the holy month of Ramadan
Afghan boys unaware school year has started, return to class days late
Many Afghan boys, unaware that the school year has started, return to class days late after the Taliban authorities fail to make a public announcement of the reopening of schools.
At least 13 people dead after earthquake rocks Pakistan, Afghanistan
A magnitude 6.5 earthquake was felt across huge swathes of Afghanistan, Pakistan, and parts of India on Tuesday night, forcing people to spend the night outside.
Asylum requests across the EU rose by 50% and reached 966,000 in 2022
The EU, Norway and Switzerland issued last year over 250,000 granting either refugee status or subsidiary protection.
Watch: London 'carnival' in support of Wikileaks founder Assange
The WikiLeaks founder has been imprisoned in the UK since 2019, where he is awaiting the hearing of his appeal against the British government's decision to extradite him.
Extremely cold conditions experienced in several provinces
There has been heavy snowfall in the Afghan capital, Kabul, and elsewhere in the country, with many provinces experiencing exceptionally cold weather over the past two weeks.
Prince Harry's claims over killings in Afghanistan slammed
Relatives of victims of British airstrikes in Afghanistan have slammed claims by Britain's Prince Harry that he killed over two-dozen suspected Taliban insurgents
Spanking, cocaine and marijuana: Prince Harry's latest revelations
Prince Harry claims he killed 25 people while serving as an Apache helicopter co-pilot and gunner in 2012. He also makes alarming allegations about his life before Meghan.
UN top official met with Taliban over ban on women working in NGOs
The UN’s top official in Afghanistan has met with a Taliban minister after it imposed a ban on women working in NGOs.
Taliban ban on female university students starts to bite
Marwa was just a few months away from becoming the first woman in her Afghan family to go to university. Instead, she will watch, achingly, as her brother goes without her.
Taliban use water cannon on women protesting university ban
Taliban security forces used a water cannon to disperse women protesting the ban on university education for women on Saturday, eyewitnesses said.
Taliban ban women from working for foreign and domestic NGOs
The latest restrictions come just days after the Taliban banned female students from attending universities across the country.
Taliban minister defends ban on women from universities
The Taliban's minister of higher education said the ban issued earlier this week was necessary to prevent the mixing of genders.
International outcry over Taliban banning women from universities
The international community has condemned the move by the Taliban to close universities to women in Afghanistan.
Watch: Pakistani border town shelled by Taliban, killing six people
Residents from Chaman, in Pakistan's Balochistan province, have gathered at the border crossing after Afghanistan's Taliban forces opened fire on Sunday. Pakistan's military says six civilians were killed.
Kabul unveils new art piece in city square
The Afghan capital has unveiled a new landmark on its Dahan-e-bagh square - a giant hand-painted globe of planet Earth.
Taliban carry out first public execution since Afghanistan takeover
The executed man, identified as Tajmir from Herat province, was killed with three shots from an assault rifle by the victim's father.