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Afghanistan, war-torn for more than 40 years, now has a chance of progressing towards peace. An agreement between the US and the Taliban finally paved the way for negotiations between the Afghan government and the Taliban. Despite this...

Women wear masks passing from a mosque side in Afghanistan during the Covid-19 times, 2020 By Bambang Susantono and Anita Bhatia 2020 was synonymous with the COVID-19 pandemic and the unprecedented crisis it brought across economic, social,...

By Bambang Susantono on Jan 4th, 2021

A young child is breaking coal with two other kids at his back. [Photo: Archive] “There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children.”  – Nelson Mandela- Children are...

By Eshaq Barna on Dec 17th, 2020

The First Flamenco in Samangan is a new publication and comprehensive coverage that includes memories, poetry, literature, art, culture, and history. A book that offers a cultural narrative of Afghanistan and its heritage and reminds us,...

The Arab Spring was a series of popular pro-democracy uprisings that enveloped several largely Muslim countries. The events began in the spring of 2011. However, the political and social impact of these popular uprisings remains significant...

Pfizer Inc’s PFE.N experimental COVID-19 vaccine projects promising result in phase 3 trial, Nov 10, 2020. [Photo: Quartz] The story of vaccines did not initiate with the first vaccine. It starts with the long history of infectious disease...

FILE: CAMP BOST, AFGHANISTAN – SEPTEMBER 11: U.S. service members walk off a helicopter on the runway at Camp Bost on September 11, 2017 in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. (Photo by Andrew Renneisen/Getty Images) After the 9/11 attacks,...

Since the Western intervention in Afghanistan, which came after decades of civil war and the dark years of the Taliban regime, Afghan children have had the opportunity to go to school, university and other educational institutions. Girls...

By: Farkhunda Seddiqi and Saqalain Eqbal The Taliban movement was created in an opposition to the Mujahidin regime by the financial and motivational support of Saudi Arabia and Pakistan. Although the Taliban claimed power in order to...

The once famous and historic Cinema Parks is now nothing more than a pile of bricks sank into dust. [Photo: social media] On Monday, November 9, the Afghan government tore down the Cinema Park, a 70-year-old building located at the heart...

Cropped shot of two businessmen shaking hands while money passes hands under a table Corruption in Afghanistan undermines basic services and high level of administration services, enables the production and trafficking of narcotics and fuels...

The young Afghan asylum seekers’ life in Europe: In the beginning, they were so welcomed, as the Prime Minister said in a speech in September 2015. After a year the same person made laws that opened the doors for deportation, and...

Is Conscience of the Civilized World Asleep? [Phot: Sporcle Blog] Two decades ago – when the fire and smoke from the terrorist attacks in New York had not subsided – the Taliban, as supporters of the terrorists involved in event, angered...

By Khaama Press on Oct 12th, 2020

Young and elderly Afghans pose for a photo [Photo: TRT World] History pages of no other country are filled with so much the narration of unabated bloodshed, horrific dynastic feuds, plundering, internecine conflicts and gruesome military...

By Samiullah Doorandesh on Oct 12th, 2020

I, the ISN 3148, am sitting in Guantánamo, as I hear about the Afghan government’s promise to release a hundred more prisoners. The news report said they would be released very soon, over the next few days. The idea is that releasing...