The UN has warned all member states that six million people in Afghanistan face the risk of famine.
In a global warning, the intergovernmental organisation warned that two thirds of Afghans are facing severe hunger and are in urgent need…
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by Philip Marshall
From the flight deck of a Boeing 767, airline captain Philip Marshall pulls back the veil of deception surrounding the 911 attacks. In gripping, authoritative detail he recreates the hijacked flights, including…
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Gen. Pervez Musharraf, who seized power in a bloodless coup and later led a reluctant Pakistan into aiding the U.S. war in Afghanistan against the Taliban, has died, officials said Sunday. He was 79.
Musharraf, a former special forces commando,…
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The Dutch government announced Friday it will not appeal a court order to pay compensation to relatives of civilians who died in an operation against the Taliban in Afghanistan.
The Defense Ministry said in a statement that there would be…
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The government’s watchdog for Afghanistan reconstruction said Thursday that the Taliban is growing ever more oppressive, and lawmakers need to consider whether too many U.S. aid dollars are ending up in their hands.
The report to Congress…
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The Italian state-run network has recently published three documents that indicate the receipt of bribes to the prominent leaders of Afghanistan a month before the collapse of the previous government in Afghanistan.
The document state…
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The United States is attempting to enhance its presence in the Middle East through visits and military cooperation. However, its influence on the region has been dwindling due to decades-long wars wreaking havoc on regional peace and development,…
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Congress on four separate occasions has approved billions of dollars in aid to Ukraine since Russia first invaded the country last February. But is that twice what the U.S. spent during its 20-year conflict in Afghanistan?
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Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, Iranian Foreign Minister in meeting with his Qatari counterpart emphasized that bringing long-lasting stability in Afghanistan greatly depends on forming an inclusive government.
The state-run media IRAN news agency…
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