Kabul: Taliban authorities in Afghanistan are threatening journalists and imposing strict new media guidelines that especially harm women, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said recently.
Kabul: At least 257 media outlets have closed in 100 days since the Taliban took over government.
Several women assembled on the streets of Kabul on Tuesday to demonstrate against closure of school for girls in Afghanistan.
Kabul: The Taliban government issued yet another bizarre diktat by which those who have graduated from high schools during the past twenty years are of no use.
Kabul/JEN: The Taliban 'unlawfully' killed 13 members of Hazara ethnic group, including a 17-year-old girl, in Afghanistan's Daykundi province on Aug 30, according to a latest ...
Kabul: National Association of Journalists (NAJ) in Kabul has said in Afghanistan 70 percent of media outlets have stopped working due to financial problems as the Talib ...
Kabul: Taliban-appointed chancellor Mohammad Ashraf Ghairat on Monday said women will not be allowed to study or teach in Kabul University until an Islamic environment is created.
Kabul: The Taliban insurgents have issued yet another bizarre diktat to hairdressers in Afghanistan's Helmand province by which they are asked not to shave or trim beards as it breach ...
Washington: The US government has condemned the Taliban administration's recent announcement to restore the use of amputations and executions as punishment in Afghanistan.
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