The month-long campaign features testimonials from Afghan girls whose lives have been abruptly upended by a ban on their access to secondary education.Full Story
"The explosion was of substantial magnitude, impacting a nearby hotel and businesses," recounted Mujeeb Ur Rahman, a resident of the area.Full Story
The authorities have also recorded 900 houses destroyed, over 456 head of cattle lost, and 2,800 hectares of farmland were submerged in floods.
Between January 2022 and June 2023, a total of 640 children were killed or injured in the country due to the explosion of mines and explosive materials left over from the war.
"...police also reported the arrest of three people on the charge of involvement in drug trafficking..."
"Before this incident, armed people who identified themselves as affiliated with the Taliban had been seen in the district," Kolbarnews reported.
"...20 foreign flights per day are making use the national airfields..."
"...the kids intended to take the device to their residence..."
Humanitarian agencies hold that two-thirds of the Afghan population will need assistance in 2023.
The U.S. and its allies should be held to account as the occupiers of Afghanistan that had oppressed the country for two decades.
"The United States has frozen Afghanistan money. Yes, it is such sanctions that have caused price hikes and poverty," said a local Afghan resident, who complained of U.S. sanctions against Afghanistan.