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Women’s Rights must be Protected in any Peace Deal

US state department’s special representative on Afghan peace process Zalmay Khalilzad, who is currently negotiating with Taliban in Doha, said that women’s rights must be protected in any peace agreement

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I Let the World to Talk with Taliban: president Ghani

Addressing a gathering held Thursday under the title of “national consensus of women on peace in Kabul, president M. Ashraf Ghani said that he has let the world and regional countries to talk with Taliban

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Women Should be Part of Peace Talks: Samar

Sima Samar, chairperson of Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission said late Tuesday that Afghan women should be part of peace talks

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Beheading Child for Being Shia in “Land of Revelation”

There is no doubt that such actions are contrary to the morality of Muslim Brotherhood and an obstacle against…

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Adela Raz Appointed as New Afghan Permanent Representative to UN

Deputy Foreign Minister Adela Raz has been appointed as Afghanistan’s permanent representative to the United Nations

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Taliban Not Ready to Negotiate with Government: Abdullah

The chief executive officer of the NUG Abdullah Abdullah said at a national conference on peace in Kabul that armed oppositions have never been ready to negotiate with the government

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Afghan AGO Suspends 6 Members, Including AFF’s Head

Afghanistan’s attorney general office (AGO) has suspended head of the country’s football federation (FF) Keramuddin Keram, and five members of the body after allegations of sexual abuse of female footballers, president Ghani’s aid confirmed

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UN Condemns Saudi-Coalition Led Airstrike Killed Dozens Children in Yemen

UN condemned Saudi-coalition led air strike that killed dozens in western Yemen

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Violence Against Women Up in Ghor: AIHRC

According to Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) in Ghor province, violence against women has increased in the province as the entity recorded three cases of killing and three cases of female suicide in the first four months of the solar year

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Over 3.5 million Afghan Children Missing right to Education: Save the Children

Save the Children released a report Monday, saying that already over 3.5 million children are missing out their right to education in Afghanistan

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