Friday, April 12, 2024

Topic: Taliban

Afghanistan earthquakes: Death toll crosses 2,000

The death toll from strong earthquakes that shook western Afghanistan has risen to 2060, a Taliban government spokesman said Sunday

Prince Harry says he killed 25 ‘fighters’ in Afghanistan

Prince Harry of British monarchy says he killed 25 "Taliban fighters" during his second tour of duty in Afghanistan, according to reports based his memoir. Spare,...

“Taliban were at gate and told us…”: Female students turned away from Afghan universities

After the Taliban administration said women would be suspended from tertiary education, women university students in Afghanistan were turned away from campuses on Wednesday.

Afghanistan: 10 killed in explosion at Kabul mosque

The United Nations has condemned a deadly explosion at a Sufi mosque in Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul, on Friday, which reportedly killed at least 10 people and injured up to 15 more, many of them seriously. 

“I see my students crying;” Taliban closes girls’ schools hours after reopening

The Taliban in Afghanistan has announced that girls’ high schools will be closed, hours after they reopened for the first time in nearly seven months.

Danish Siddiqui’s family to move against Taliban in International Criminal Court

The family of Indian photojournalist Danish Siddiqui, who was killed in crossfire covering the war in Afghanistan in July last year, said that they will move the International Criminal Court on March 22 against the Taliban in relation to the matter.