Tolo News: The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, said that the International Criminal Court (ICC) continues to “pursue its independent investigation of international crimes that may have been committed in Afghanistan.” She said the investigation will be conducted based on ICC’s own framework. The 50th session of the UN Human Rights
8am: The residents of Nimruz province have raised deep concerns over the significant increase in armed robberies in this province, saying the crime rate has dramatically increased since the Taliban took control of the country. It is not only Nimroz that has turned into a safe haven for thieves and criminals, harassing innocent civilians for
هیچ فردی اجازه ندارد که در حاکمیت نظام اسلامی به آیتهای قرآن، احادیث نبوي ﷺ و مقدسات اسلامی توهین کند یا آنرا مورد استهزاء قرار دهد. کسانیکه اخیراً آیات مبارکهء قرآن را مورد توهین و تمسخر قرار داده بودند؛ بازداشت شدند. pic.twitter.com/omQBjErywp — د استخباراتو لوی ریاست-GDI (@GDI1415) June 7, 2022 Akmal Dawi VOA News
Daily Mail (UK): Afghan women are being jailed by the Taliban for ‘immoral behaviour’ – including travelling in a taxi without a male relative An undercover camera crew inside Herat’s central jail found all the women interviewed had been incarcerated for minor infringements Maryam, an Afghan woman in Herat’s jail said: ‘If the government remains
8am: Confirming the incident, local sources told Hasht-e Subh that Mawlawi Raihan, the mayor of Samangan, was under siege by Commander Jafar’s forces during the “adultery” act. Click here to read more (external link).
By RFE/RL’s Radio Mashaal April 3, 2022 At least one person was killed and dozens more injured in an explosion at the Sarai Shahzadaa foreign-exchange market in the center of the Afghan capital, Kabul, officials say. Haji Dad Gul, deputy head of the currency exchange association, told RFE/RL’s Radio Mashaal on April 3 that the explosion was caused by
8am: Local sources in Takhar province have reported that a local Taliban commander named Mir Saeed has shot dead his wife and her brother in Abdal village, Taleqan city, the center of the province, on Saturday, April 2. Click here to read more (external link).
Reuters: The parents of Reuters photographer Danish Siddiqui, who was killed in a Taliban attack in Afghanistan last year, have begun legal action at the International Criminal Court (ICC) against the Islamist group, a lawyer for the family said on Tuesday. Click here to read more (external link).
Reuters: The defendants, identified as Sayed H. and Seyed H. under German privacy laws, are accused of luring their 34-year-old sister to meet them last July in Berlin and choking her and cutting her throat, the Berlin prosecutor’s office said. All three siblings had Afghan citizenship and had been living in Germany for several years.
Press TV February 26, 2022 A former Australian army commander accused of war crimes while serving in Afghanistan as part of a US-led occupation force told another soldier “I just want to kill [expletive],” a witness has said during a court hearing. Testifying in a federal court case in which the ex-commander, Ben Roberts-Smith, is