President Ghani’s call comes in a virtual address to the Geneva donor conference, where dozens of nations are expected to pledge billions of dollars in aid. But diplomats predict a dip in funding due to uncertainties over peace and Covid-19 pandemic.
The global coronavirus pandemic has infected more than 59 million people and killed neary 1.4 million. Here are the updates for November 23:
Don’t forget to ask Afghan refugees what they really need.
National Directorate of Security head Ahmad Zia Shiraj says militants used drones in Kunduz and Paktia provinces and urges government to stop importing the gadgets.
Top US diplomat Mike Pompeo met separately with Afghan government and Taliban officials amid signs of progress in their talks in Doha.
At least 23 rockets targeted different residential areas in Afghanistan's capital, killing at least eight people and wounding 31 others, official says.
Here is a look at how Afghans have been on the receiving end of torture, murders and air strikes by foreign militaries and local forces.
The US could be walking Afghanistan into a Taliban trap if it continues with its haphazardly designed withdrawal.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan’s first visit to Kabul comes amid surging violence across Afghanistan that has worsened despite peace talks between Afghan government negotiators and the Taliban in the Qatari capital Doha in September.
Horrific details emerge of abuses carried out by members of Australia’s special forces in Afghanistan.
President Trump will sharply reduce US forces in Afghanistan from 4,500 to 2,500, and in Iraq from 3,000 to 2,500, Pentagon announces.
The cuts give Trump an accomplishment in his final weeks in office even as he refuses to concede his election loss to Democrat Joe Biden.
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