Ariana: Afghanistan’s state owned airline Ariana Afghan Airline on Monday launched its new Kabul to Moscow flight route. The Russian Embassy in Kabul tweeted Tuesday that flights are scheduled to run weekly from Kabul to Moscow on Mondays and from Moscow to Kabul on Tuesdays. Click here to read more (external link).
Teachers, students & women's rights activists protest today in Kabul against restrictions on girls access to schools. https://t.co/QCnAjAQY2H — UNAMA News (@UNAMAnews) March 26, 2022 Ayaz Gul VOA News March 26, 2022 ISLAMABAD — Dozens of Afghan women, including students, teachers, parents and civil society activists, demonstrated in Kabul Saturday against the Taliban’s decision to keep
8am: The year 1400, which is now close to an end, was full of dark shaded images that will be recorded in the history as Dark Year of the 1400s. On the occasion of welcoming the New Year of 1401, Mazar-e-Sharif, with a long history of hosting tourists and guests from across the country on
8am: Since the take over of government, Taliban have been busy with women’s affairs only, imposing various restrictions and nonsense rules on women while they have missed and forgotten their basic responsibilities as rulers of the country. Click here to read more (external link).
Tolo News: Facing domestic and international reactions to the recent travel restrictions announced by the Islamic Emirate on Sunday, on Tuesday Zabihullah Mujahid said Afghans who have legal documents and invitations can travel abroad and return to the country without any problem. Click here to read more (external link). Related U.S., UK Criticize Taliban Restriction
Ariana: IEA’s [Taliban] decision to ban the evacuation of more Afghans has been slammed by some critics who say it is a violation of a fundamental human right. Mohammad Esa Ishaqzai, head of the National Congress Party of Afghanistan, said freedom of movement was a fundamental human right like freedom of speech and freedom of
Tolo News: The Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation said that the Islamic Emirate has reached an agreement with Qatari and Turkish joint ventures on the details of aviation security, ground services and airspace of the five airports of the country. “The details have been discussed, a series of general decisions have been taken, but
Reuters: The winter landscape around the deep, blue mountain lakes of Band-e-Amir in the central Afghan province of Bamiyan presents an arresting spectacle empty of people – but the absence of visitors is costing locals dearly. Click here to read more (external link).
8am: The delegations of Turkey and Qatar arrived in Kabul today to negotiate with the Taliban over the management of the country’s airports. The delegations are discussing the management of the airport while the flights have not returned to normal since the Taliban came to power. Click here to read more (external link).
By RFE/RL’s Radio Azadi December 18, 2021 The Taliban authorities in Afghanistan have announced that they will resume issuing passports, providing a window of hope for those who have applied for travel documents in an effort to leave the country. An official from the passport department of the Taliban’s Interior Ministry told reporters on December 18