Shehabeddin Saqeb, the Taliban education director for Herat province, insists the group has no problem with girls going to school.
Unicef estimates some 3.2 million Afghan children will suffer from malnutrition this winter — a million may die.
So far nearly 100 people have been arrested under India’s first “love jihad” law in the state of Uttar Pradesh.
Those involved in evacuation efforts are calling on the US and other nations to do more to help people escape Taliban rule.
Cambridge University expert says data so far suggest Omicron has mutations “consistent with enhanced transmissibility”.
Over the last five years, Pakistan seems to have developed a serious plumbing issue.
The 'We are Free Fire Survivors' campaign started from Karachi and found its way to Peshawar, Rawalpindi and now Lahore.
“All we need to do is follow the smoke to get to the source, we don't even need the lists,” says official leading the operation.
Lawyers say the clip could have potentially significant consequences, but proving it to be legitimate will be a tall order.
Women's rights activists predict the rate of child marriage could nearly double in the coming months.
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Except in specialised sectors such as health and education, few Afghan women have worked since the Taliban took power in August.