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Pakistan: We will put pressure on the Taliban for the right to education for girls and the rights of Afghan women

image1 Addressing the prominent US-think tank Council on Foreign Relations, on the sidelines of the 78th UNGA session in New York on Thursday, Kakar said that Pakistan would push the Afghan government to honor their commitments...



Pakistan: We will put pressure on the Taliban for the right to education for girls and the rights of Afghan women

Addressing the prominent US-think tank Council on Foreign Relations, on the sidelines of the 78th UNGA session in New York on Thursday, Kakar said that Pakistan would push the Afghan government to honor their commitments to women’s rights and girls’ education. "A stable Afghanistan continues...




Calls to reopen girls’ schools in Afghanistan continue

Head of the Afghan-Turk Education Foundation in Afghanistan, Ahmed Tukur, said that in discussion with the Islamic Emirate’s officials, they are attempting to reopen schools for girls in Afghanistan. Speaking in a news conference, Tukur said that he hopes schools will reopen for girls as soon as possible. "We...




Tajik President Remarks on Intra-Afghan Dialogue, Inclusive Govt

The President of Tajikistan, Emomali Rahmon, at the General Debate of the 78th session of the UN General Assembly, emphasized the need to establish intra-Afghan dialogue and the creation of an inclusive government in Afghanistan. Speaking at the debate, Emomali Rahmon said Tajikistan’s authorities...




Thomas West: ‘We Need to Keep Women, Girls’ Issues Front and Center

US Special Envoy Thomas West on the sidelines of the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly, said that the restrictions imposed on Afghan women and girls affect their families the most. Speaking at the Global Solidarity with Afghan Women and Girls, West said "As we engage with the Taliban,...




Former president Rabbani remembered on 12th anniversary of his assassination

September 20, 2023, marks the 12th anniversary of the death of Afghanistan’s former president and famous Jihadi leader, Burhanuddin Rabbani, who was killed in a suicide bombing in Kabul on 29 Sunbola 1390, Sept. 20, 2011. Rabbani was assassinated by Taliban suicide bombers, posing as peace messengers,...




Amnesty Intl: Secondary Schools Should Be Reopened for Afghan Girls

On the two-year anniversary of the ban on girls’ education in Afghanistan, Amnesty International has requested the Islamic Emirate to take immediate action to reopen secondary schools for girls. Amnesty International added that the future and dreams of thousands of Afghan girls are at stake, and it’s...




US Military: The 2021 Kabul airport incident will be re-examined

The Pentagon’s Central Command has ordered interviews of roughly two dozen more service members who were at the Kabul airport when suicide bombers attacked during US forces’ chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal, as criticism persists that the deadly assault could have been stopped. The interviews, ordered...




Torkham Crossing Opens to Traffic After More Than a Week

Torkham crossing was reopened this morning for all traffic after being closed for more than one week by Pakistan, the department of Information and Culture of Nangarhar said in a statement. The crossing had been closed after Islamic Emirate forces and the Pakistani military engaged in a skirmish over...




West: Islamic Emirate ’Significantly Degraded ISKP Capability’

US Special Envoy Thomas West said that the Daesh attacks have decreased in Afghanistan. Speaking at a seminar at the Stimson Center think tank in Washington, West said that since early 2023, "Taliban raids in Afghanistan have removed at least eight key ISKP leaders." "The group that we worry most...




UN says human rights in Afghanistan in ’state of collapse’

An Afghan woman walks among Taliban soldiers at a checkpoint in Kabul, Afghanistan. (Photo by Reuters) The United Nations rights chief warns about a systematic assault on the freedom of Afghanistan’s people, saying that human rights in the country are in a state of collapse. United Nations High Commissioner...




Pakistan: The conflict started from Afghanistan

Mumtaz Zahra Baluch, spokesperson of Pakistan’s foreign ministry, reacted to the statement of the Afghanistan Foreign Ministry regarding the closure of Torkham crossing, saying that the statement comes as a "surprise as the Interim Afghan authorities know fully well the reasons for the temporary closure...




Pakistan steps up military operation along Durand Line

Pakistan claims that militants cross the Durand Line from Afghanistan and carry out attacks in Pakistan targeting Pakistani military forces. The Pakistani military has recently said that they have stepped up operations along the Durand Line to quell the violence that inflicts causalities to both the...




Ghani Removed From UN Heads of State List

The United Nations has removed former president Ashraf Ghani’s name from its list of Heads of State. The list was released on the UN website on February 15. The name of Mohammad Hanif Atmar, the former foreign minister, also has been removed from the list of Ministers for Foreign Affairs. Naseer Ahmad...




Taliban Delegation Returns to Kabul from Doha

The delegation of the Islamic Emirate led by the acting minister of Foriegn Affairs arrived in Kabul on Thursday after a five-day visit to the Gulf state of Qatar, the Foreign Ministry said. Muttaqi met with the envoys of the European Union and 16 European nations. The European Union’s Ambassador...




US General: Daesh “Concerns Us in Afghanistan”

A top US military official expressed concerns about Daesh in Afghanistan, saying the US is still "sorting out what is going to happen" since the Islamic Emirate came into power. The US Central Command (Centcom) chief Gen. Kenneth McKenzie made the remarks in an interview shared on Facebook by the...




Talks on Outsourced Airport Operations Still Ongoing: Ministry

The talks on running the technical operations of five major airports have yet to be finalized with Turkish and Qatari companies, said the Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation (MoTCA). A spokesman for MoTCA said the sides are discussing the legal aspects of the contracts. According to MoTCA, a...




Atmar’s Letter to UN Regarding Afghan Mission Denied: Faiq

The letter sent by the former Afghan foreign minister Mohammad Hanif Atmar to the permanent mission of the UN was denied, said the Chargé d’affaires of the Afghan mission to the United Nations. Earlier, Atmar in a letter introduced Wali Naeemi as Chargé d’affaires of Afghanistan Permanent...




Afghan Embassy in US Facing Financial Problems

The Afghan embassy in Washington is struggling with financial issues, a top Afghan diplomat said, saying that if the financial problems are not solved, the continuation of Afghanistan’s diplomatic mission in the US will be impossible. The deputy Afghan ambassador to the US, Abdul Hadi Najrabi, said...




Karzai: Afghan Girls ’Must Definitely’ Return to School

Former President Hamid Karzai suggested all girls "must definitely" return back to schools even if the international community doesn’t push this matter, as it is "absolutely" necessary for the well-being of Afghanistan. According to Karzai, the return of the girls to school and the access of women...




US support for the Taliban/ US supports no armed movement against Afghan government: Envoy

US special representative for Afghanistan Thomas West said the US support no armed movement against the current Afghan government and added that they want an inclusive government in Afghanistan. Talking about Joe Biden’s recent decision over Afghanistan’s asset in the US Peace Institute Thomas West...




Europe pledges $11 M to Afghanistan’s educational sector

Foreign Ministry of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan said that European representatives pledged $11 million to Afghanistan’s educational sector and added that the money will increase based on the needs. The meeting was conducted in the Qatari capital Doha where the acting Foreign Minister of the...




Afghan Delegates Meet EU Envoys in Doha

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) said on Tuesday evening that the Islamic Emirate delegates held talks with European Union’s representatives today in Doha and discussed Afghanistan’s requirements as well as the humanitarian, health and education situation. According to the statement released...




UK to Co-Host Afghan Aid Virtual Summit

Britain said on Tuesday that it will co-host an international aid conference with the United Nations next month intended to help alleviate the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan. In a press release, the UK government said the virtual pledging conference is aimed to help the UN raise $4.4 billion for...




Pakistan denies ISI chief meeting Afghan Jihadi leaders in Turkey

Pakistan’s embassy based in Kabul denied the meeting of the chief of the country’s spying agency with Afghan Jihadi leaders- Atta Muhammad Noor, Abdul Rashid Dustom, and Muhammad Muhaqiq- in Turkey. Diplomats in the embassy dubbed the news as "fake" adding that no Pakistani official has met with Afghan...




IRC urges US, Europe to reset their policies towards Afghanistan before humanitarian crisis kills more Afghans

International Rescue Committee has expressed concern over the deteriorating humanitarian situation of Afghan people and called on the US and Europe to reset their policies towards Afghanistan before it kills more people. The committee said Afghanistan’s catastrophe is driven by policies of the international...




9/11 unrelated to Afghans, we should not compensate for its victims: protestors in several Afghan provinces

Hundreds of people took to the streets of Kabul on Tuesday, February 15, 2022, and condemned US president Joe Biden’s decision over Afghanistan’s funds and asked him to stop enmity with the Afghan people. Protestors said that 9/11 has no relation with the Afghan people thus; they should not pay the...




Afghanistan will initially have a-110,000-member army: acting Defense Minister

Acting Defense Minister of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan Mullah Muhammad Yaqoob Mujahid said that Afghanistan will initially have a-110,000-mbember army and will then increase if needed. Speaking in an interview with Afghanistan state TV-RTA, Mujahid said that they have trained 10,000 people...




Islamic Emirate Might ’Change Policy’ Toward US If Funds Withheld

The Islamic Emirate issued a statement on Monday in reaction to US President Joe Biden’s Executive Order regarding the frozen funds of Afghanistan’s central bank, and they called on him to abandon this course of action. The Islamic Emirate said the funds were frozen against all international norms...




Afghan women’s open letter to Biden: Reconsider your decision over Afghanistan’s assets

An open letter written to the US president Joe Biden on behalf of 4,000 Afghan women and singed by 100 women reads that they condole with the people of America but the money belongs to Afghan people and should not be given to others. Afghan women in the letter said that masterminds of 9/11 were all...




Taliban Meets Envoys of Gulf States in Doha: FM

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a tweet that the delegation of the Islamic Emirate led by the acting foreign minister Amir Khan Muttaqi, which arrived in Qatar on Sunday, has begun talks with representatives of the Gulf states in Doha on Monday. "A high-level Afghan delegation led by Mawlawi...




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