Khaama: The European Census Bureau has said that asylum interests to the EU member states at the beginning of the current year has increased by 40 percent compared to last year. According to the European Census Bureau reports, more than 9,000 Afghan citizens have applied for asylum applications in the EU member state over the
Ariana: The consequences of climate change have the potential to unleash a level of destruction on Afghan society that is comparable to the devastation wrought by the decades of war, EU Charge d’Affaires to Afghanistan, Rafaella Iodice warned on Sunday. The diplomat said this during a conference held by EU Delegation to Afghanistan to discuss
Tolo News: The European Union’s Special Envoy for Afghanistan, Tomas Niklasson, said that the EU is “not supporting armed resistance, neither politically, nor in other ways.” Niklasson made the remarks at a press conference in Kabul on Sunday. Click here to read more (external link).
Tolo News: The European Union special envoy for Afghanistan, Tomas Niklasson, said that the issue of girls’ schools was discussed with authorities, but he did not hear any commitment about opening classes for the new school year. Niklasson who is on a visit to Afghanistan, has met with several senior officials of the Islamic Emirate.
Khaama: Annalena Baerbock German Foreign Minister has announced that after consultations with the European foreign ministers in Brussels, the EU is considering imposing a new set of sanctions on the Taliban authorities for repressing women in Afghanistan. German Foreign Minister has said that Afghan women and girls are currently faced with “systematic and gender-based restrictions”
Tolo News: Thousands of people across the country have held protests after the burning and tearing of the Quran in Sweden and the Netherlands, respectively. Earlier, Rasmus Paludan, who leads the Danish far-right political party Hard Line burned a copy of the Holy Quran in front of Turkey’s embassy in Stockholm, Sweden. After these incidents,
Akmal Dawi VOA News January 12, 2023 International aid agencies, frustrated with the failure of more than a year of international isolation to budge the Taliban from their hard-line and misogynistic policies, are saying it is time for Western nations to send their diplomats back to the Afghan capital, Kabul. All countries have refused to
Khaama: The President of the European Parliament, in response to the continued stiffening of Taliban restrictions against women, stated that Afghan women are “squeezed out” of public life by the Taliban, who want the women to be “invisible.” The statement of the European Parliament comes at a time when the Taliban have yet to reopen
8am: … some citizens of the country confirm that they are fed up with the continued poverty and hunger in the country. These citizens say that the influx of millions of dollars in cash to Afghanistan has not had a positive impact on their lives, their job opportunities and income are still lost and no
Ariana: The consignment is worth $500,000 and is expected to reach Germany via Iran and Turkey, said Sayed Masood Sadat, deputy head of Herat Chamber of Commerce and Investment. Click here to read more (external link).