Tuesday, May 17, 2022


Taliban janji ‘ada berita baik’ berhubung pendidikan untuk remaja perempuan Afghanistan

Pada akhir Mac lalu, Taliban yang mengambil alih pentadbiran Afghanistan tidak membenarkan remaja perepuan ke sekolah menangah dan kolej di negara itu.

Taliban promise ‘good news’ on girls’ education

At the end of March, the Taliban, who took power after US forces withdrew from the country last August, closed high schools and colleges for girls just hours after their reopening.

Taliban order Afghan women to cover faces in public

It is the latest in a slew of Taliban restrictions on women, including banning them from any government jobs, secondary education and travelling alone outside their cities

Number of child asylum seekers in EU soared in 2021, with many from Afghanistan

Syrian citizens accounted for over a quarter of successful asylum cases last year, followed by Afghans and Venezuelans.

Second bombing in 2 days in Kabul on eve of Eid holiday

Security concerns have risen across Afghanistan as the country prepares to mark Eid on Sunday under Taliban rule for the first time in more than 20 years.

Daesh mengaku bertanggungjawab serang bas mini di Afghanistan

Daesh Khurasan mengaku bertanggungjawab terhadap sembilan korban akibat serangan itu.

IS claims deadly bomb blasts on minibuses in Afghan city

The blasts occurred within minutes of each other in different districts of Mazar-i-Sharif as commuters were heading home to break their dawn-to-dusk fast.

Mosque blast kills 33 in Afghanistan

Children are believed to be among the dead in the blast on Friday at a mosque in the northern province of Kunduz.

At least 14 dead as blasts rock Afghan cities

This includes 10 at a mosque in Mazar-i-Sharif, the second attack against a Shiite target this week.

UN urges world to halt worsening Afghanistan crisis

The Taliban seized power in Afghanistan on Aug 15 amid the hasty withdrawal of US-led foreign forces, and the country's humanitarian crisis has rapidly worsened since.

Taliban banning women from flying without male chaperone, sources say

The move comes after the Taliban backtracked on their commitment to open high schools to girls, a U-turn that shocked many Afghans and drew condemnation from humanitarian agencies and foreign governments.

Taliban order Afghan girls’ schools shut hours after reopening

Crestfallen students, back in class for the first time since the Taliban seized power in August last year, tearfully packed up their belongings and filed out.

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