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2 Oct
More than 100 Afghan women students rallied in the western city of Herat on Sunday, protesting against a suicide bombing on a Kabul classroom that killed dozens as they prepared for exams.
18 Jun 2022
Gunmen stormed a Sikh temple in the Afghan capital Saturday, lobbing at least one grenade and wounding two people, the interior ministry and witnesses said.
29 May 2022
About two dozen Afghan women chanting "bread, work, freedom" protested in the capital on Sunday against the Taliban's harsh restrictions on their rights.
19 Apr 2022
At least six people were killed and 24 wounded on Tuesday by two bomb blasts that struck a boys' school in a Shiite Hazara neighbourhood of the Afghan capital, police and hospital staff said. The number of attacks in the country has significantly declined since the Taliban ousted the US-backed Afghan government in August, but…
4 Mar 2022
Surfing on wifi and enjoying free meals in comfortable townhouses in Qatar, Afghans who fled their country have shrugged off the Taliban's claims they are living in miserable conditions.
26 Feb 2022
Afghanistan's main universities reopened Saturday six months after the Taliban returned to power, but only a trickle of women returned to now-segregated classes.
23 Jan 2022
The first Taliban delegation to visit Europe since returning to power in Afghanistan began talks Sunday with Afghan civil society members focused on human rights
17 Jan 2022
Taliban fighters paraded through a northwest Afghan city in a show of strength at the weekend, days after reinforcements
8 Jan 2022
The Taliban's foreign minister visited Iran on Saturday to discuss Afghan refugees and a growing economic crisis, in the first
21 Oct 2021
NATO defence ministers on Thursday pushed to bolster the alliance's defences, as they weighed the calamitous end to their involvement in Afghanistan.
17 Oct 2021
Afghan teenager Amena saw dozens of classmates killed when her girls' school was targeted by an Islamic State bomb attack in May
30 Sep 2021
The Pentagon plans to rely on airstrikes to prevent a resurgence of Al-Qaeda now that US troops have left Afghanistan, but experts and some lawmakers are sceptical about the effectiveness

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Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State has approved Yakubu Gowon Stadium, Port Harcourt for the All Progressives Congress Presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu’s rally, with a waiver on the N5 million statutory payment stipulated by Wike’s Executive Order 21.
3 mins ago
Education stakeholders in Oyo state have called on candidates in the forthcoming polls to prioritise learning and pay serious attention to education of the girl-child.
7 mins ago
The Supreme Court, yesterday, dismissed two appeals brought against the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), the All Progressives Congress (APC) and its governorship candidate, Uba Sani, by Sani Mahmoud Sha’aban.
11 mins ago
Graduating students from the University of Medical Sciences (UNIMED), Ondo Town, Ondo State, have been urged to create life-changing opportunities out of the current challenges of the country and not be dampened by them.
12 mins ago
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship candidate in Ebonyi State, Chief Ifeanyi Odii, yesterday, promised to reform the state’s civil service and education sector, among other prospects that would be beneficial to Ebonyi citizens if elected governor next month.