Dina Khalaf The Taliban’s ban on girls’ education and female participation in the workforce has seen unprecedented public divisions among its leadership in recent weeks, with som... Read more
A team of Afghan intelligence agents poured about 3,000 litres of liquor into a canal in Kabul, the country’s spy agency has said, as the new Taliban authorities crack down on the sale of al... Read more
Tony Blair’s knighthood is a “kick in the teeth” for the people of Iraq and Afghanistan, anti-war campaigners have said. He was made a Knight Companion of the Most Noble Or... Read more
Britain’s armchair generals may have mixed feelings on reading The Ledger, David Kilcullen and Greg Mills’s new book on the West’s botched mission in Afghanistan. On the one hand, it’s proba... Read more
Mohamed Yosry Since the fall of ISIS in Iraq in 2017, it has lost most of the lands it controlled, especially Mosul, which had witnessed the original announcement of the terrorist org... Read more
More than 2,000 child refugees who arrived in the UK in the past four years were victims of human trafficking, new figures show. A Home Office scheme that supports slavery victims received r... Read more
Two decades ago, Iran helped the U.S. topple the Taliban regime to remove what it saw as a threat to its national security and fellow Shia Muslims in Afghanistan. Now, four months after the... Read more
The U.S. lost its 20-year campaign to transform Afghanistan. Many contractors won big. Those who benefited from the outpouring of government money range from major weapons manufacturers to e... Read more
Nahla Abdelmonem The ruling Taliban movement in Afghanistan recently took a set of decisions that were classified as restricting personal and political freedoms. The decisions included – amo... Read more
Former Afghan president Ashraf Ghani says he fled because security were ‘not capable’ of protecting him
Former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has offered to take a lie detector test to disprove allegations he took money out of the country as it fell to the Taliban. Reports emerged in the summer... Read more
Priti Patel has been accused of “fixing the figures” and watering down a new scheme to resettle Afghan refugees as it emerged that thousands who are already in Britain will be included. Home... Read more
The tea was hot. The room, oppressive and dusty. And the Taliban commander I sat across from in a bullet-scarred building in southern Afghanistan had tried to kill me a little over a decade... Read more
Britain’s withdrawal from Afghanistan risks creating a new generation of terrorist insurgents and fostering extremist sentiments against the West, Gordon Brown has said. The former Labour pr... Read more
Doaa Emam Afghans may agree on the fact that the Taliban’s takeover in their country has brought with it enormous human rights abuses. These abuses have cast uncertainty over women... Read more
Mohamed Youssri The world has been keeping its eyes on Afghanistan, since the Taliban’s takeover of power in the country in August this year. Everybody has been watching since then how... Read more
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