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Japan

Philippines to review thousands more ‘drug war’ killings, justice minister says

The Philippines justice ministry will review thousands of killings in Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s war on drugs, its chief said,…

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India

Amrullah Saleh Writes to UN on ‘Catastrophe’ in Valley; Massaging Your Sore Arm Post Vaccination Might Not Be a Good Idea and Other Stories

‘Genocide in Making’: Amrullah Saleh Writes to UN on ‘Catastrophe’ in Valley as Taliban Close in on Panjshir Afghanistan’s acting…

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Japan

Anger and hopelessness for Afghan locals left behind by Japan

Islamabad – With the U.S. military pullout and the evacuation of foreign nationals and vulnerable Afghans from Kabul completed last…

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Switzerland

Scores march in Geneva; call Swiss govt to n

Geneva [Switzerland], September 5 (ANI): Scores of people including the Afghan diaspora held a protest march here against the Taliban…

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World

Afghan Woman Activist Beaten Up By Taliban on Day 2 of Kabul Protest: Report

The Taliban prevented women from marching towards the presidential palace, following which the protest turned violent. (Image: HOSHANG HASHIMI/AFP) According…

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World

Is Pakistan’s Poking Around Costing Taliban Its ‘Approval Ratings’ in Afghanistan?

As Pakistani officials led by Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Director General Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed arrived in Kabul on Saturday to…

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World

Dozens March for Women’s Rights at Kabul Palace; Free Speech, Right To Education Among Demands

A few dozen protesters have gathered outside the presidential palace in Kabul, urging the country’s new Taliban leadership to uphold…

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World

Afghan Women Forced into Marriages at Kabul Airport to Flee Country Amid Taliban Takeover: Report

US officials processing Afghan refugees abroad recently alerted the State Department to instances in which women and girls were forced…

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India

Don’t Want Kashmir Conflict, India-China Border Dispute Exported to Afghanistan: Ex-PM Gulbuddin Hekmatyar

Former Afghanistan Prime Minister and chief of the Hezb-e-Islami Gulbuddin (HIG) party Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, whose fighters killed thousands in Kabul during…

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World

Lessons from History for Taliban as it Gears Up to Form Govt

As Ashraf Ghani government in Afghanistan falls to Taliban Blitzkrieg, 38 million Afghan citizens are left with no other choice…

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