In an attempt to highlight the rights of Afghan women, the country has recently launched its first all-women TV channel.
Just weeks after a spate of attacks in Kabul forced Germany to halt deportations to Afghanistan, plans for more flights are reportedly afoot. Failed Afghan asylum-seekers could be forced home as early as next week.
While visiting Afghanistan and Pakistan, China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi has urged the two countries to form a crisis prevention mechanism. Can Beijing persuade Islamabad to allay Kabul’s concern and rein in jihadists?
A White House official has confirmed that the US will deploy an additional 4,000 troops to Afghanistan. The move follows concerns from top commanders that the Afghan army is being pushed back by a resurgent Taliban.
Afghanistan has been hit by a wave of deadly bombings, for which the revitalized Taliban have denied responsibility. Visiting Kabul, Guterres says the UN 'stands with Afghanistan at a time of violence and suffering.'
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