Only 175 people have been resettled in the first six months of 2023, according to the Migration Observatory.
“After the explosion, a large number of martyrs and injured people were transferred to the hospital,” says local resident.
Embassy statement says it had been “increasingly challenging” to continue operations due to cuts in staff and resources.
China’s previous ambassador to Afghanistan, Wang Yu, took up the role in 2019 and finished his tenure last month.
Gen McKenzie says he regrets US evacuation from Afghanistan, terms it "wrong decision".
“In most instances, individuals were detained by de facto security forces, often briefly, before being killed,” UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan says.
Authorities say "no invader will be allowed to threaten independence and freedom" of the country; Afghan women express fear over loss of rights.
“Promoting music causes moral corruption and playing it will cause the youth to go astray,” said Aziz al-Rahman al-Muhajir, head of the Herat department.
Afghan Taliban spokesman dismisses report as “full of prejudice".
Judge says Ben Roberts-Smith was “not an honest and reliable witness in … many areas” and a bully toward other Australian soldiers.
Protester says any discussion of formal recognition “will give the Taliban motivation”.
Security Council to vote tomorrow on resolution condemning ban on Afghan women working for UN; draft describes ban as "unprecedented" in UN's history.
Any discussion at Doha meeting next week about recognition of Taliban would be "unacceptable to us", says US State Department spokesperson.
Says due to funding constraints, at least four million people will receive just half of what they need to get by in March.
“The Taliban — not the former Islamic Republic of Afghanistan or the Afghan people — must pay for the Taliban's liability in the 9/11 Attacks," says judge.
Kabul police spokesman says security forces have initiated a serious investigation into the incident.
Ministry spokesman says investigations are underway.
“We cannot effectively reach children, women and men in desperate need in Afghanistan without our female staff,” the NGOs say.
The order threatens to suspend the operating licences of NGOs that fail to implement the directive.
Letter about the indefinite ban issued to all government and private universities.
Decision on their UN seats postponed for 2nd time; UN acceptance of Afghan Taliban or junta will be a step toward their international recognition.
Military's media wing says heavy weaponry used in attack from Afghan side, of which "befitting response" given; Pakistan demands "strict action" from Kabul.
They were lashed after court found them guilty of theft and “moral crimes”.
Calls for unfreezing Afghan assets to address humanitarian crisis.
Joins Russia and China on both issues against US and its allies who voted for the two moves.
Activists say the increasing restrictions on women are an attempt to stop them from gathering to organise opposition to Taliban rule.
It is not clear how long the park restrictions will last and whether they will be extended across Afghanistan.
It is not clear how widely the restrictions apply or how they affect a previous rule saying parks must be segregated by gender.
Afghan Foreign Ministry says the new US visa rules could have “negative” impact on ties with Afghanistan’s government.
Interior ministry spokesperson says 25 people were injured and an investigation is underway.