Kabul: The Taliban administrators of Afghanistan have banned women from going to universities.
New York: The resumption of public floggings and executions in Afghanistan must stop immediately, a group of independent UN human rights experts said on Friday in an appeal to the ruling ...
Kabul: The Taliban ruled Afghanistan government has conducted the first public execution since coming to power in the country last year.
Kabul: The Taliban administration of Afghanistan has defended banning FM radio broadcasts from two U.S.-funded news media, including the Voice of America (VOA), in Afghanistan, by allegin ...
Kabul: A 16-year-old child committed suicide by hanging himself in Kandahar police district 4 of Afghanistan, media reports said on Friday.
Kabul: Afghan daily members are selling off their belongings in order to meet their ends as the country is struggling amid Taliban rule.
Kabul: Unidentified people shot dead a woman in Afghanistan's Gurziwan district, media reports said on Monday.
Brussels: The European Union has condemned the additional restrictions imposed by the Taliban on women’s freedom of movement, including the newly announced rules barring women from ...
Kabul: Taliban leader Haibatullah Akhundzada has ordered judges in Afghanistan to impose their interpretation of the Sharia Law, a move which experts believe might further deteriora ...
- Afghanistan: Taliban stopping female students from attending university after ban on higher education
- Afghanistan: Taliban bans women from attending universities
- Afghanistan: Taliban urged to halt public floggings and executions
- Afghanistan: Taliban conducts first public execution since returning to power last year
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