Ali M. Latifi
WHEN the rain and snow finally came to Kabul on Monday, the city’s residents found little relief in a site that...
IN the last seven days, Afghanistan has suffered from three major attacks in the cities of Kabul and Jalalabad.
“In Iran there is only suffering for Afghans.”
“I never heard anything like it before.”
No layer of sand or silt could protect artefacts from conflict and capitalism, says national museum director.
Athens carries the distinction of being the only capital city in the European Union without a formal mosque.
Kunduz residents question the ability of the Kabul government to provide security to the citizens.
Atop a hill in west Kabul, the ruins of a European-style palace signify dualities of the 3,500-year-old Afghan capital.
AMR al-Hamad and Ahmed el-Ghamrawi both came to Istanbul out of compulsion. For the former, it was a feeling that he...
The Ibn Sina drug treatment centre in the Afghan capital houses more than 800 men struggling with addiction.
“In the 15 years since the US occupation we’ve seen small changes, but nothing meaningful or foundational.”
Officials blamed the Taliban for the downing of the pylons that cut 60 per cent of the Afghan capital’s power.
'We all knew there was a very real threat against us, but somehow I thought they wouldn’t act on it.'
Afghan president says Afghans in Europe, even those with university education, often end up in non-professional jobs.
The scene, in an Athens’ park is indicative of the situation Afghans find themselves in as part of the 'refugee crisis'.
Tahera Yousofi was a girl when the battles between the Afghan Taliban and Ahmad Shah Massoud left her orphaned, disabled
Bashir’s family is an example of the troubles facing residents in the older, less-developed areas.
Disagreements between Abdullah and Ghani leave the door open for “foreign interference”.
The bond between Rassool and the lion Shira has even left his wife and children in disbelief.
In Afghanistan's impoverished Yakawlang district, turning to militancy for a living is "just a matter of survival".