A fraction of Afghans who needed help received support and some died at the Taliban’s hands, civil service staffer says.
Airlines seeing ‘pretty good bookings’ over the holiday season are hoping Omicron will not be a spanner in the works.
For two months now, Hindu vigilantes have tried to stop minority community from offering prayers outside Indian capital.
Sri Lankan officials receive charred body of factory manager lynched by a mob for alleged blasphemy last week.
Taliban allows the National Museum of Afghanistan to reopen, showcasing the country’s ‘rich history’.
New Delhi and Moscow sign host of defence and trade deals as India has drawn closer to the US – an adversary of Russia.
New Delhi says it has started receiving parts of missile defence system in a deal that prompted threats of US sanctions.
Rights groups have criticised Karim Khan’s decision not to investigate US forces and CIA for war crimes.
Qatari, Turkish FMs reiterate strong ties and urge int’l community to engage with Taliban to facilitate aid to Afghans.
Family says it is still struggling to make sense of the ‘inhuman’ killing in Pakistan as they make funeral preparations.
State chief minister leads mass funeral service and demands repeal of controversial law that grants impunity to forces.
Australian mine aims to supply an initial 10 million tonnes of thermal coal annually for at least 30 years.
The Russian leader has to contend with complex regional dynamics, with tensions mounting between India and China.
Swedish think tank says world’s 100 biggest arms firms were largely shielded from the effect of the pandemic.