Officials of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) say that they are concerned about the economic crisis in Afghanistan.
He also ordered the release of people who are imprisoned in Kabul police districts who have not committed crimes.
At the same time, officials at media-supporting organizations urged the Islamic Emirate to respect media freedom.
Meanwhile, some of the students ask the Ministry of Higher Education to open the doors of public universities as soon as possible.
Local officials said 22 people were killed in yesterday’s earthquake in Badghis province.
As Afghanistan’s economy is facing a complete collapse, citizens are struggling with economic and social challenges.
The commander denied reports about the presence of Daesh fighters in the province and warned that they would prevent any attacks.
The Pakistani delegation is visiting Afghanistan days after the country’s militia fired around 20 artillery rounds into Afghanistan…
The Islamic Emirate denies it has imposed any kind of restriction on women’s activities.
The Islamic Emirate has repeatedly said that it is committed to women’s rights based on Islamic regulations.
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