The latest news about Afghanistan
Former Afghan President attacked Joe Biden’s decision over freezing Afghan assets. Hamid Karzai stressed that the US president must retreat his decision and hand over the property of the Afghan people back to them.
At least eight people have been killed and 20 others wounded in an explosion in front of a mosque in Afghanistan’s northwestern Badghis Province on Friday, according to the Aamaj news agency.
The United Nations announced it has received “credible allegations” that more than 100 members of the ousted Afghan government, its security forces and those who worked with international troops have been killed since the Taliban took over on 15 August.
Afghanistan’s all-girls robotic team, known as the Afghan Dreamers", came in second place out of 88 countries in the “PCBe the Change” world competition sponsored by Upverter Education, Ardunio and the IPC Education Foundation.
Afghanistan is "hanging by a thread", United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told the Security Council on Wednesday. He called on the world countries to authorize all transactions needed to carry out humanitarian activities in the Taliban-ruled state.
At least 26 people have been killed in an earthquake hitting western Afghanistan, officials announced.
National Union of Afghanistan Journalists reported 95 percent of the country’s media staff have the problem of access to information and cannot cover stories independently.
Acting Afghanistan Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi says the new government is exercising power over the whole country, and the Islamic Emirate-led government will not pose a threat to any country in the world.
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian says the Islamic Republic will help with transfer of aid including from other countries to Afghanistan in the form of wheat, medicine and Covid vaccine.
International Rescue Committee (IRC) has warned that up to 90 percent of health centers in Afghanistan might shut down by the end of this year.
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian says winter cold has triggered an influx of Afghan refugees at Iran's eastern borders.
Heavy snow and rainfall that caused avalanches and floods in different provinces of Afghanistan, have so far claimed the lives of 11 people and wounded 23 more.
The Taliban have declared a state of emergency following heavy snowfall and raining in many parts of the country.
The United Nations’ Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs says a tough winter in Afghanistan will further worsen living conditions for millions of people across the country.