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    Human Rights Violations and Abuses Have Multiplied Under the Taliban, Says UN Report

    The report points to the erosion of women's rights and the emergence of extrajudicial killings in the one year since the Taliban took over...

    Cash-Strapped Taliban Turns to Coal

    Coal is the easiest source of foreign exchange for a stressed economy under Taliban governance, but all doesn’t seem to go well. The prices...

    Suicides by Afghan Women on a Daily Basis

    Troubling news of women committing suicide racked the Human Rights Council as it heard of the desperate situation of women in the strife-torn country. Afghanistan’s...

    A Prosthetic Leg, Relay Messengers Help Unite Hakimullah with His Family

    Reuniting the young boy with his family required the skills of a team of detectives. But, ironically, a lost limb held an important clue...

    Taliban: The Return of Misogynistic Gynophobes in Afghanistan

    The Taliban’s priority is not saving the economy and the country from these disasters. Instead, it didn’t take too long for the fundamentalist group...

    Protests in Peshawar as Afghan Musicians Are Sent To Prison for Overstaying

    The Taliban's intolerance for music has found an able partner in the Peshawar police that has rounded up where four musicians on charges of...

    Afghanistan: War, Economic Crisis, Drought, Winter, Hunger

    While humanitarian assistance averted a food security catastrophe in the harsh winter months, hunger persists at unprecedented levels in Afghanistan. People require humanitarian assistance,...

    Over a Dozen Students Die in Kabul Explosions

    While exact numbers are difficult verify, reports say that dozens of teenaged Hazra students have been killed in an explosion on the outskirts of...

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    FAO Report: Global fisheries and Aquaculture Production Reaches New Record High

    Aquaculture growth indicates its capacity to further contribute to meeting the rising global demand for aquatic foods, but future...
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    Global Temperature Likely to Exceed 1.5°C Above Pre-Industrial Level Temporarily in Next Five Years

    The chance of at least one of the next five years exceeding 1.5°C has risen steadily since 2015, when...

    How India’s Political Parties Neglect Climate Change

    As the heat and dust of the India election draw to a close and the country experiences its hottest...

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    FAO Report: Global fisheries and Aquaculture Production Reaches New Record High

    Aquaculture growth indicates its capacity to further contribute to...