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Girls the 'biggest losers' after a year of Taliban rule in Afghanistan
Girls are bearing the brunt of Taliban rule in Afghanistan, according to a new report by Save the Children.
Afghan tourists enjoy the peace in Bamiyan's sites
Afghan tourists enjoy a holiday riding boats at the Band-e Amir lake and walking through the ruins of where the famous Buddha statues once stood before being blown up by the Taliban in 2001.
'We respect women a lot': Taliban holds 3,000-delegate men-only summit
Critics and civil society groups said it will not have legitimacy if Afghan women, who number around 20 million, do not attend.
Quake-hit Afghan village struggles back to life
A ruined village in eastern Afghanistan is struggling back to life as aid trickles into the isolated region.
Aid convoy reaches remote region of Afghanistan after earthquake
Afghan government helicopters and trucks deliver aid. At least 1,000 people died and 1,500 were injured.
Germany promises aid to Afghanistan’s areas hardest hit by earthquake
Aid is beginning to trickle into the war-torn country, as poor road conditions hamper rescuers trying to reach survivors of Wednesday's deadly quake.
Taliban supreme leader in aid appeal as earthquake kills 1,000 people
The powerful quake hit the eastern Paktika province on the border with Pakistan, and authorities fear many more people are trapped or dead in the rubble of their homes.
Powerful overnight earthquake kills at least 1,000 in Afghanistan
It's Afghanistan's deadliest earthquake in two decades.
Taliban detaining and torturing civilians in Afghanistan, says HRW
The New York-based watchdog says that the Taliban security forces in northern Afghanistan have unlawfully detained and tortured residents accused of association with an opposition armed group.
Afghan evacuees stuck in US base face uncertain fate
The fate of some Afghans who were evacuated from their country to a United States base in the Balkans remains up in the air.
Middle school student in Afghanistan makes model vehicles from waste
Shakirullah, a secondary school student in the city of Khōst, Afghanistan, collects waste materials in his district and builds model vehicles such as tractors and bulldozers.
Taliban order women in Afghanistan to cover up from head to toe
Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers have ordered all Afghan women to wear head-to-toe clothing in public, in a sharp turn towards a more hardline enforcement of religious rules.
Afghanistan's Muslims celebrate Eid al-Fitr holiday
Muslims in Afghanistan attend Eid prayers as the fasting month of Ramadan comes to an end.
Several worshippers killed in explosion at Shiite mosque in Kabul
No one has immediately claimed responsibility for the blast.
Dozens dead after blast at a mosque in Afghanistan
Friday's explosion follows a series of attacks in Afghanistan on Thursday.
Explosions in Afghanistan kill at least 10 people and injure dozens
The worst of the three blasts on Thursday occurred at a mosque in northern Mazar-e-Sharif.
Several killed and injured in explosions outside Kabul shcool
Police said the blasts had targeted educational facilities in a mostly Shiite neighbourhood of Afghanistan's capital city.
Taliban announce ban on harvesting poppies
In desperately poor Afghanistan the ban seems certain to further impoverish its poorest citizens at a time when the country is in an economic free fall.
Dozens protest in Kabul, demanding the Taliban reopens girls’ secondary schools.
"Why is it happening to them just because they're girls? Why can't they be studying? Why can’t they be learning?”
Taliban orders middle and high schools for girls to close
It happened on the first day of Afghanistan's new academic year.
World must not forget Afghanistan because of Ukraine war
UNHCR chief Filippo Grandi said the international community must continue to engage with the Taliban authorities as Afghanistan desperately needs humanitarian assistance.
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This 23-year-old woman is Afghanistan’s first female tour guide
This International Women's Day we're celebrating Fatima, Afghanistan’s first female tour guide.
Boy, 5, dies after being trapped in deep well for several days
The boy fell into the hole while trying to help adults drill a new well in a drought-ravaged Afghan village.
In pictures: Children's fight for survival amid Afghanistan crisis
Six months since the Taliban seized Kabul, a humanitarian crisis has developed in Afghanistan that has devastated the lives of children across the country, says Save the Children.
Meet the Afghans making Europe their home after Taliban takeover
It's six months since the Taliban swept back into power in Afghanistan, which, for some, prompted a frantic scramble to get out. We caught up with four Afghans who fled and made Europe their new home.
Afghans protest US president Biden giving €3.1bn to 9/11 victims
The country's economy is teetering on the brink of collapse after international money stopped coming into Afghanistan with the arrival in mid-August of the Taliban, while the citizens are experiencing a mass famine.