A squeeze on funding caused by the spread of crises across the Middle East and Africa has left the World Food Programme (WFP) unsure about whether it can continue its planned operations in Afghanistan, the U.N. food organisation said on Friday.
Officials in the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Pakistan have said that almost 50,000 registered Afghan refugees have returned home in August.
A 25-year old woman reportedly put an end to her life in central Ghor province by drinking acid.
Members of western Herat provincial council on Sunday forced open the PC door and resumed their duties.
“Enlightment” movement to file sue in international courts against certain people within Afghan Unity Government
Members of the enlightment movement have said they will file sue against certain people within the Afghan Unity Government after a series of explosions ripped through the area they were peacefully protesting against the government’s decision on July 23.
President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has said that the construction of Kajaki Dam in southern Helmand province will be finished in 3 months.
Afghanistan general attorney (AGO) head Mohammad Farid Hamidi has said the office is almost male-dominated, but efforts are underway to bring balance.
An Afghani 42-year old man who had married a 6-year old girl was sentenced to prison for seven years by central Ghor province civil court.
Afghan refugees in Pakistan are selling their properties almost half lower the normal price, after Pakistani government forced them to leave the country.
The Afghan Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation & Livestock (MAIL) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) jointly organized a high-level meeting with the directors of MAIL on nutrition sensitive agriculture.