More than 400,000 children will drop-out due to a high number of Afghan refugees coming back from Pakistan, according to Save the Children. More than 3.7 million are already out of school.
Pakistan's Interior Ministry has ordered 18 international aid agencies to shutter their operations and leave the country. Activists have said they were not given a reason for the expulsion.
Almost two months after Imran Khan took office as Pakistan's PM, reality is knocking hard on the doors of his government. Wracked by a raft of financial challenges, the country has become an economic basket case.
A bleak future combined with barriers to work and education is a recipe for disaster for refugees in Indonesia. But some enterprising souls have found ways out of the doldrums. Gemima Harvey reports from Jakarta.
Militants have raided an education department building in eastern Afghanistan, trapping workers inside. It's the third major attack in less than two weeks in the increasingly volatile region on the border with Pakistan.
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