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Children go missing as US-bound refugees clash with Mexican forces             Chinaís ex-Interpol chief sentenced to 13.5 years over graft, abuse of power             Ex-inspector tells UN how OPCW whitewashed findings on Douma chemical attack             India: Students protest against governmentís citizenship policies in Delhi             Historic Trump impeachment trial to begin in earnest             Yemen dismisses Saudi, UAE claim of Houthi role in deadly missile attack in Maírib            On the move: Conflict, refugee returns fuel Afghanistan displacement            Taliban, US involved in controversy of ceasefire, reduction in violence             US not done in Venezuela, Pompeo announcing new sanctions on Caracas             Propped up by Trump, gun activists rally against proposed Virginia gun laws             Death toll from Chinaís mystery virus rises to four             South Korea to dispatch Ďanti-piracy unití to Strait of Hormuz, not to join US-led alliance             Royals give up their titles to live in ípeaceí             There is a Ďdisincentiveí to tell the truth about progress in Afghanistan, Pentagon official says             Ghani Calls For Investigation of Kabul Family Murder            

Billionaires richer than 60 percent of worldís population: Oxfam

The worldís billionaires have doubled in the past decade and are richer than 60 percent of the global population, the charity Oxfam said Monday. image1 It said poor women and girls were at the bottom of the scale, putting...



On the move: Conflict, refugee returns fuel Afghanistan displacement

Nearly one million people were on the move in Afghanistan last year, displaced by conflict and disasters or pushed home from neighbouring countries, according to new UN figures. The tally underscores how conflict and migration continue to drive humanitarian needs in Afghanistan, even as new uncertainties...




Ghani Calls For Investigation of Kabul Family Murder

President Ashraf Ghani on Monday called for "serious" investigations into the deaths of four family members killed in Kabul city, the Palace said in statement. According to the statement, Ghani directed the Ministry of Interior and National Directorate of Security (NDS) to identify the perpetrators...




Billionaires richer than 60 percent of worldís population: Oxfam

The worldís billionaires have doubled in the past decade and are richer than 60 percent of the global population, the charity Oxfam said Monday. It said poor women and girls were at the bottom of the scale, putting in "12.5 billion hours of unpaid care work each and every day," estimated to be worth...




Four Members of One Family Killed in Kabul

Four members of one family were killed in an attack by unidentified armed men in Kabul’s police district 7 (PD7) Chehel Sutoon area this evening. The father is an employee of the Ministry of Transportation. The Interior Ministry says a probe has started. The relatives of the family said those...




 

Six members of a family killed in cold blood Ė Faryab

The Taliban militants have shot killed six members of a family in northern Faryab province, local officials confirmed. The governor of Faryab Naqibullah Faiq said the incident took place Saturday at around 7:15 pm in Andkhoi district of the province. According to Faiq, a number of Taliban insurgents...




House Speaker to Herat Cleric: ĎAfghans Reject Radicalismí

"No one is allowed to define the laws on their own," said Mir Rahman Rahmani, the speaker of Afghanistanís Wolesi Jirga-the lower house of parliament, on Saturday in response to Mawlawi Mujibur Rahman Ansari, a provocative Herat cleric. "No one is allowed to define the laws on their own," said Mir...




Economic shocks of rising sea levels threaten sovereign credit ratings: Moodyís

Economic shocks stemming from rising sea levels pose a long-term risk to the sovereign credit ratings of dozens of countries which have large areas at risk of submersion, including Vietnam, Egypt, Suriname and the Bahamas, Moodyís said on Thursday. Climate science suggests that sea levels will continue...




Activists sue German government over lack of action on climate change

Climate activists have filed lawsuits against the government of German Chancellor Angela Merkel, accusing it of failing to take sufficient action to tackle climate change, which they say amounts to a violation of the constitutional right to "human dignity." Environmental groups announced Wednesday...




Over 130 killed as avalanches and floods hit Pakistan, Afghanistan

Avalanches, flooding and harsh winter weather has claimed lives of more than 130 people across Pakistan and Afghanistan in recent days, local officials say. Search teams found the bodies of 14 people buried by avalanches and heavy snowfall in Pakistani-administered Kashmir Wednesday, with harsh weather...




Afghan men detained in Delhi airport for heroin smuggling charges

Over the last couple of days, seven Afghan nationals were detained at Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) in New Delhi for smuggling heroin, The Times of India reported. The smugglers had ingested around 177 capsules of heroin, aiming to smuggle into India. The detainees have been recovered and...




Flashfloods Kill 11 in Kandahar, Helmand

Flashfloods this week have left 11 people dead and 22 others injured in the southern provinces of Kandahar and Helmand, according to local officials. The officials said efforts are underway to help the victims. "Efforts are underway by officials from relevant departments to collect data on casualties...




Alcohol-related deaths in US have doubled in past 20 years: Study

The number of Americans who have died from alcohol-related problems annually more than doubled between 1999 and 2017, a new study found, and thatís likely an underestimate, according to a new report. The study was conducted by researchers at the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism and...




Australia bushfire rages on, PM confirms 27 dead

The catastrophic bushfires continue to scorch large swathes of Australian territory, prompting authorities to issue new warnings and evacuation notices as the number of confirmed fatalities exceeds two dozen. Scott Morrison, the Australian prime minister, announced in a news conference on Thursday...




20 killed, over dozen wounded in bus accident in northern Iran

A bus has overturned in a road in Iranís northern Mazandaran Province, leaving at least 20 people dead and some 24 others wounded. The accident took place in the Doab region of SavadKouh early on Thursday as the bus was heading from the capital Tehran to Gonbad-e Kavus in northern Golestan Province. The...




In pictures: Final funeral procession for Lt. Gen. Soleimani

Iranians take part in a final funeral procession for Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani in his birthplace, Kerman, in southeastern Iran. 0   SOURCE:ANSAR PRESS  




In Pictures: Tehran holds huge funeral procession for martyred commanders

Huge crowds of people have poured out into the streets of Tehran to attend the funeral procession of IRGC Quds Force Commander Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani as well as Mahdi al-Muhandis, the second-in-command of Iraqís Popular Mobilization Units, and several of their comrades who were assassinated...




In pictures: Millions bid farewell to iconic Gen. Soleimani in Ahvaz

Millions of Iranians have flood the streets of the southwestern city of Ahvaz in a funeral procession for Major General Qassem Soleimani and his companions, who were assassinated by the US on a visit to neighboring Iraq. Here are some pictures:    




In Pictures: Iranians mourn General Soleimaniís martyrdom

Iranian mourners express resentment concerning the assassination of Iranian Major General Qassem Soleimani.          




World Welcomes 2020 Amid Wildfires, Protests, Nuclear Threats

The world celebrated the New Year on Wednesday with fireworks displays from Sydney to London, although celebrations were clouded by deadly wildfires in Australia, protests in Hong Kong and India and new nuclear tensions with North Korea. Large crowds gathered in European capitals for spectacular fireworks...




Air Pollution Kills 17 in Kabul in a Week: Ministry

Amid air quality reports ranking Kabul as one of the most polluted cities globally, the Ministry of Public Health claimed that at least 17 people have died of respiratory infections and related health conditions over the past week, all due, according to the ministry, to the polluted air in the city. The...




American University in Kabul May Close

Quoting three sources, CNN on Friday reported that the American University of Afghanistan (AUAF) is drawing up plans to shut down next year. The university was established in 2006 and is the only one in Afghanistan that provides a Western-style education. According to CNN, the university relies on...




10-Year-Old Girl Raped in Badghis: Local Officials

A ten-year-old girl was raped on Thursday in a religious school in Qala-e-Naw city, the center of Badghis province, said provincial officials. The girl was a student, officials of the Badghis womenís affairs department said. The victim is currently getting medical treatment in Badghis provincial...




European Parliament Condemns Child Abuse in Afghanistan

The European Parliament in a press release issued on Friday condemns sexual abuse against children in Afghanistan and calls on the Afghan government to eradicate such practices. The European Parliamentís statement follows an article published last month by the UKís Guardian alleging that hundreds...




US government reports 2.7% percent uptick in homeless population

The US government is reporting a 2.7% increase in the nationís homeless population driven by a spike in the state of California, according to an annual count that took place in January 2019. The US Department of Housing and Urban Development is reporting its third consecutive uptick in its homelessness...




 

Every day On Average, 9 Children Either Dies, Gets Injured In Afghanistan

Based on the latest report of UNICEF, Afghanistan is the most dangerous country for children as the childrenís causalities in 2019 increased by 11% compared to 2018. UNICEF in their latest report stressed that the main reason behind this disaster is the increase in suicide attacks. "In the first 3...




Body of Japanese Aid Worker Arrives in Japan

The body of Japanese aid worker Tetsu Nakamura who was shot dead last week in Nangarhar province arrived in Tokyoís Narita International Airport on Sunday. At the airport, Japanese officials including Keisuke Suzuki, Japanís state minister of foreign affairs, offered a silent prayer after bowing and...




Childrenís Advocates Call for ĎPromptí Probe into Logar Case

The "Group of Friends of Children and Armed Conflict (CAAC)" in a statement on Tuesday stated "extreme concern" with reports of sexual abuse in Logar and the detention of human rights activists by the National Directorate of Security (NDS). The group called for a "prompt, independent and impartial"...




Violence Against Women Increases by 8%: Report

The Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission, or AIHRC, in a new report claims that violence against women in the country has increased 8 percent with 2,762 cases this year. The report, which was made public at a gathering in Kabul on Saturday, compares 2,536 cases of violence against women...




Pregnant Muslim woman violently attacked in Sydney cafe

A pregnant Muslim woman who was targeted in a vicious attack while sitting in a cafe in Sydney says she fears for the world children will grow up in if racism is not addressed. Rana Elasmar, a 31-year-old woman 38 weeks pregnant, was with her friends at a cafe in Parramatta on Wednesday night when...




Many Afghan Children Are Afraid to Go Outside: Save the Children

According to a new survey by Save the Children, many Afghan children feel unsafe when they go outside their house, especially on their way to school, the marketplace or when they are close to government buildings or checkpoints. A two-thirds of parents surveyed in parts of Afghanistan by the Save the...




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