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Saqalain Eqbal is an Online Editor for Khaama Press. He is a Law graduate from The American University of Afghanistan (AUAF).

According to the UN, 97 percent of Afghans are now battling food shortages

Experts believe that for most Afghans, Eid-Ul-Fitr was just another day of struggle to feed their families as Muslims throughout the world celebrated Eid-Ul-Fitr. After the...

Juilliard School of Music and Dance Will Bestow an Honorary Doctorate to an Afghan Music Educator Who Escaped the Taliban

Dr. Ahmad Naser Sarmast shifted the Afghanistan National Institute of Music (ANIM) from Kabul to Lisbon, Portugal. The school currently has a flourishing music education...

Aid Delivery to Afghans Was Ineffective Under the Taliban, a Report Suggests

Under the Taliban government, aid delivery to the Afghan people has been ineffective, with health and education initiatives in disarray. According to the latest report...

Concerns About the Census Have Prompted an Iranian Minister to Warn Afghan Refugees

According to an Iranian minister, Afghan refugees in Iran must take part in the census. Non-participation in the census is "illegal," according to Interior Minister Ahmad...

Inflation soared to 13.4% this April

ISLAMABAD: In April, inflation reached 13.4%, the highest level since January 2020, placing the new government in a difficult position at a time when...

The EU Is Toughening Its Position on Pakistan’s GSP Plus Compliance

The European Union (EU) is proposing to add five pacts to strengthen the scheme's social, labor, environmental, and climatic components, as the current framework...

The Resurgence of the Durand Line Dispute Could Alter Afghanistan’s and Pakistan’s Relationships

A resurgence of the Durand line dispute could result in a shift in Afghanistan-Pakistan relations. Pakistan and its western neighbor Afghanistan are disintegrating much before...

Pakistan, the 5th Most Dangerous Country for Journalists

The Pakistan Federal Union of Journalists (PFUJ) called on the Shahbaz government to ensure and protect the rights of journalists and media employees on...

Anas Haqqani: Girls’ Schools Will Resume Soon

Anas Haqqani, a senior member of the Islamic Emirate’s Qatar office, told the audience in a gathering in the southeastern province of Khost on Wednesday...

Floods Killed Tens of People and Ruined Dozens of Houses in Various Provinces of Afghanistan

The latest deluges, according to Deputy Minister of State for Disaster Management Sharafuddin Muslim, wreaked havoc on the provinces of Faryab and Parwan, as...

International Response to Ukraine’s Refugee Crisis

The physical, psychological, and material well-being of all displaced people in Ukraine is jeopardized by the Ukrainian refugee crisis. Despite widespread support for Ukrainians...

How feasible is the government employees’ salary uniforming plan?

Afghanistan is a poverty-stricken country that unemployment is one of the factors that significantly contribute and exacerbate the rate of poverty in Afghanistan. However,...

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