Tag: Afghan Insurgency

December 7, 2019

Afghan Activists Hold Vigil in Hono...

Dozens of Afghan activists participated in a candlelight vigil Thursday near the Japanese Embassy in Kabul to mourn for Tetsu Nakamura, a physician and longtime aid worker who was fatally shot with five other people in eastern Afghanistan this week

November 23, 2019

Afghan Refugees Reflect on 4 Decade...

Forty years of conflict in Afghanistan has forced millions of refugees to neighboring countries, mostly Pakistan and Iran. Their lives over four decades have reflected the ups and downs of regional politics. Forty years later, the lives of many of them are still uncertain, still full of challenges

October 8, 2019

Afghanistan: Little Help for Confli...

According to Human Rights Watch, more than half the Afghan population, including many survivors of conflict-related violence, struggle with depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress, but fewer than 10 percent receive adequate psychosocial support from the state, according to government documents

September 30, 2019

Afghanistan: The Voting is Over, No...

Afghan officials are counting votes after Saturday’s presidential election that was held amid repeated threats by the Taliban and fear of post-election chaos

September 29, 2019

Five Takeaways From AfghanistanR...

Afghanistan’s Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC), which had dozens of observers at polling stations, also reported low turnout, especially among female voters

September 24, 2019

Fear, Fatigue Could Undermine Afgha...

contentious, fraud-marred presidential election in 2014 pushed Afghanistan to the brink of civil war before the United States brokered a power-sharing deal that made Ashraf Ghani president and his rival, Abdullah Abdullah, the chief executive

September 20, 2019

Remembering Afghanistan’s War Dead

Afghanistan has been awash in violence for decades, and hundreds of thousands of civilians have died in the fighting. A memorial designed to remember those lost and help survivors heal recently opened in Mazar-e-Sharif

August 12, 2019

Tajik Man Emerges In Afghanistan As...

Authorities in Dushanbe believe Shafiev and his associates are training their Tajik recruits in Afghanistan and sending them back to Tajikistan to create a terrorist sleeper cell

July 29, 2019

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Weekend News in Brief from Romania,Serbia and Afghanistan

July 27, 2019

Afghanistan Suffered Highest Number...

Addressing a Security Council meeting on Afghanistan, Mohammed said, “in the first five months of this year, more than 100,000 people were displaced by conflict, and we know displacement increases the risk of gender-based violence in all areas.”

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