A Canadian man held hostage by Taliban allies for five years has said his wife was raped and their infant daughter killed in captivity.
A shipment of narcotic drug have been discovered and seized by Afghan security forces in Nangarhar.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has decided that it will downsize its activities in Afghanistan over security concerns.
In affluent areas of the Afghan capital, sky-blue vans make daily deliveries of huge plastic water-cooler jars, dropping them at embassies, offices and ornate private homes surrounded by high walls.
Afghan Ministry of Education has announced that through women empowerment program at least thirty thousand female teachers will be hired in all 34 provinces next year.
Dozens of migrants, mainly from Afghanistan, have been taken to hospital in Croatia after police stopped a van carrying 67 people, and arrested two Bulgarian citizens suspected of human trafficking, the police said.
Called the “Taliban trick”, Afghan migrants who are scheduled to be deported are claiming to be members of the Taliban, forcing police to open criminal investigations so that they could escape their deportation.
Pak- Afghan transporters conditionally ended their four consecutive day strikes after promises were delivered that strict actions would be taken against illegal tax collecting.
A group of at least 38 Afghan asylum seekers whose asylum applications have been rejected by German officials arrived at Kabul airport early Thursday morning.
New data from Save the Children reveals an alarming education crisis in Afghanistan, as 3,000 Afghans are repatriated daily from Pakistan, following a tightening in regulations by Pakistani authorities.