Pakistan’s Initiative to Repatriate Afghan Migrants Sparks Mixed Reactions

Pakistan’s decision to launch a second round of expulsions targeting Afghan migrants has ignited a wave of concern and debate, with some migrants expressing uncertainty about their future. Reports indicate that the Pakistani government, through a new campaign, has urged Afghan migrants, including those with legal documentation, to return to Afghanistan promptly. “Afghan refugees have […]

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UNAMA’s Presence Suffices: Islamic Emirate Opposes Special UN Representative for Afghanistan

  In a recent development, Suhail Shaheen, the head of the Islamic Emirate’s political office in Doha, voiced strong opposition to the appointment of a special United Nations representative for Afghanistan. Shaheen emphasized that such an appointment is unnecessary given the existing presence of UNAMA (United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan). Shaheen’s remarks came in […]

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Islamic Emirate Condemns US Drone Surveillance as Violation of International Law

The Islamic Emirate has once again decried the presence of American drones patrolling Afghan airspace, labeling it a flagrant breach of international law and sovereignty. Zabihullah Mujahid, spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate, reiterated the stance that the ongoing surveillance by US drones constitutes a clear violation of established international norms. Mujahid emphasized that such actions […]

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The Taliban admitted to the detention of two American citizens

The Taliban government announced the detention of two US citizens for disobeying the law. At the same time, it has been warned that the country’s laws must be followed when taking a visa. After almost two decades, the Taliban came to power in Afghanistan in 2021. After that, the Taliban government came under criticism by […]

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Islamic Emirate Denies Daesh Resurgence, Accuses of Political Exploitation

Amidst assertions of Daesh resurgence in Afghanistan, the Islamic Emirate has vehemently denied such claims, attributing them to political manipulation. Zabihullah Mujahid, spokesperson for the Islamic Emirate, dismissed allegations of Daesh’s resurgence and recruitment capabilities in Afghanistan, branding them as exaggerated for political ends. Mujahid underscored that certain entities exploit the Daesh name to serve […]

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Washington Calls on Kabul to Fulfill Counter-Terrorism Pledges

Amid concerns over the rise in Daesh activities in the region and beyond, Washington has once again spoken of ensuring the Islamic Emirate’s commitment to counter-terrorism. Matthew Miller, the spokesperson for the US Department of State, said Kabul must act on its commitments in this regard. “We continue to push the Taliban to fulfill all […]

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The Taliban is bringing back the practice of stoning women

The life of women has become a closed door in Afghanistan. They are living a miserable life under the shackles of subjugation under the Taliban regime. Women have been detained by new fatwas. Ban on everything from education. This time, the Taliban government also brought back the practice of stoning women. They will be stoned […]

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Pak-Afghan retaliatory attacks are at the height of tension

Md Khayrul Bashar, Senior Reporter: There is tension between the two neighboring countries due to counter-attacks by Pakistan and Afghanistan. Aljazeera reported this information in a report on Monday (March 18). Muhammad Amir Rana, an Islamabad-based security analyst and director of the Pakistan Institute of Peace Studies (PIPS), said it is not unusual for the […]

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Regional Concerns Heighten as Iran and Tajikistan Address Escalating Drug Trafficking from Afghanistan

Md Khayrul Bashar, Senior Reporter: In a recent meeting convened by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the heads of counter-narcotics efforts from Iran and Tajikistan voiced growing apprehension regarding the surge in drug smuggling and cultivation originating from Afghanistan. Zafar Samad, the head of Tajikistan’s Drug Control Agency, highlighted the mounting […]

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