Taliban’s refugee minister Haqqani tells Al Jazeera urgent actions are needed to help displaced Afghans before winter.
The decision infuriated the PCB and sparked calls for a boycott of the New Zealand team.
ISKP claimed responsibility for the series of explosions that left at least seven dead.
Foreign ministers of two countries agree during call to deepen strategic partnership, discuss Indo-Pacific developments.
Grieving relatives of Afghan civilian victims demand accountability, as well as financial compensation and relocation.
A new sign outside the Women’s Affairs Ministry announced it was now the ‘Ministry for Preaching and Guidance’.
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The UN secretary-general discusses the recent developments in Afghanistan, climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Top US general offers apology and says it is ‘unlikely’ that those killed in Afghanistan were associated with ISKP.
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Fifteen-member body unanimously passes resolution also calling for an ‘inclusive and representative government’.
Private schools at primary, secondary level. as well as official religious schools, will be open from Saturday.
Countries’ latest pledges to cut emissions would fail to avert disastrous climate change, UN report says.