“I have not lost hope or my aspirations. I'm determined to continue studying,” says a 25-year-old coding student.
"The Taliban have no public-level support" in Pakistan, Nobel laureate says.
Taliban push back journalists, confiscate mobile phone of one local reporter filming the protest, says reporter.
Iranian FM expresses the hope that joint efforts to help Afghanistan move towards peace and prosperity will be successful.
Felicitate each other on the milestone of the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the countries.
“These child marriages are due to economic problems, not any rule imposed by the Sharia,” says senior Taliban official.
Millions of people will have to choose between migration and starvation.
Around 965 Afghans from Quetta and 1,486 from Karachi and Lasbela have been deported back to Afghanistan via Quetta so far.
The two-month programme will see 11,600 tons of wheat distributed in Kabul, with about 55,000 tons for elsewhere in the country.
Teachers at midwifery college urge new rulers to allow them to continue their work in peace.
The condition and prospects of Afghanistan’s health sector are complex and grave.
Says the aim is to inject liquidity into Afghan households to permit them to survive this winter and remain in their homeland.
Says a Taliban delegation will visit Islamabad in the next few days.
Decision indicates the Biden administration’s desire to stay engaged with Afghanistan despite the withdrawal of all its troops.
Newly established body has been tasked with devising mechanism for pedestrian movement, trade facilitation measures.
At Moscow talks, Pakistan representative says "people of Afghanistan need and deserve peace, progress and prosperity."
The talks, which draw officials from 10 countries including Pakistan, are one of the Taliban's most significant meetings yet.
“Official recognition of the Taliban is not under discussion for now," Russian foreign minister says.
Many women, including female civil servants, have already lost their jobs; others have been told to stay home.
He was criticised for not pressing the Taliban hard enough in peace talks.
Calls for engaging new set-up in Kabul, providing assistance to prevent economic collapse.
Calls on Muslim leaders to make it clear to the Taliban that “religion does not justify preventing girls from going to school”.
"We previously have found the extended Troika format to be useful," says US State Department spokesperson Ned Price.
Zebulon Simentov landed on Sunday in Turkey on what his rescuers say is a final stop before travelling to Israel.
Pakistan’s anti-extremism policy is in many ways half-baked and inconsistent.
Omar Abdi says five of Afghanistan’s 34 provinces are already allowing girls to attend secondary school.
Police chief says security had previously been provided by guards from Shia community but Taliban will take over now.
Pentagon says it is working with the State Department to relocate to the US any of those relatives who wish to leave Afghanistan.
Pakistan, US, China will join talks.
FO says weakening of Afghanistan can lead to refugee exodus.