As coronavirus spreads in Afghanistan, the cracks in the country's healthcare system - already weakened by decades of war - are starting to show. BBC Pakistan and Afghanistan Correspondent Secunder Kermani reports on the country's worsening Covid-19 crisis.
Human Rights Watch released a new report detailing abuse in cities across the country.
Militant violence has transformed Dasht-e Barchi, a thriving urban enclave, into a war zone.
Payam Aftab - The Road to Guantanamo is a British docudrama film directed by Michael Winterbottom and Mat Whitecross about the incarceration of three British citizens who were captured in 2001 in Afghanistan and detained by the United States there and for more than two years at the detainment camp in ...
In fact Arab faschism fight against Shia around the world while their approaches are Racial, Religious and Secular aspects. Iranian Faschism do the same with Racial, Secular and infidelity trends. The Mongolism (Hazareh tribe faschism) carries out its task upon Racial and Secular aspects. Pashtunism ...
Human life is considered cheap in Asia, Africa and Latin America, and expensive in America and Western Europe. The security of America and Europe is considered important, while the security of the rest of humanity is considered unimportant.
JALALABAD, Nov 30, 2011 - A night raid in Hakimabad in the heart of eastern Nangarhar province shows the face of U.S.-led presence in Afghanistan, and what it means to local people.
Afghans are living longer, fewer infants are dying and more women are surviving childbirth because health care has dramatically improved around the country in the past decade, according to a national survey released Wednesday.
Drawdown plans announced by the U.S. and more than a dozen other nations will shrink the foreign military footprint in Afghanistan by 40,000 troops at the close of next year, leaving Afghan forces increasingly on the frontlines of the decade-long war.
U.S. Special Operations Forces (SOF) killed well over 1,500 civilians in night raids in less than 10 months in 2010 and early 2011, analysis of official statistics on the raids released by the U.S.-NATO command reveals.
KABUL - Afghan police have dismantled the protest camp of a hunger-striking politician and taken her to hospital, raising concerns the government may be taking a harder line on political dissent after a year of chaos and stagnation in parliament.
Interview: Abdullah Abdullah
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Obama Seeking New Approach In Afghanistan
KABUL, Afghanistan — The girl was 11 when she was molested by a man with no legs. The man paid her $5. And that was how she started selling sex
By Mandy Clark Kabul 10 June 2008
There are few jobs in Afghanistan as daunting and as dangerous as governor of Helmand province, but this weekend step forward Gulab Mangal, the new hope for Helmand.
Germany under U.S. pressure to send more troops to Afghanistan
The two senior western diplomats expelled from Afghanistan after being accused of talking directly to the Taliban left Kabul early yesterday amid hopes that they could soon be readmitted. Michael Semple, the Irish acting head of the EU's mission, and Mervyn Patterson, a Briton working for the UN, flew ...