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Some Afghans trying to flee the country face exorbitant costs as...

There are less than 100 US citizens in Afghanistan who are ready to leave, according to the State Department, and Blinken said on Friday...

Taliban renames Kabul with white flags, but what comes next puts...

The five Taliban flags outside the terminal at Hamid Karzai International Airport warn arriving passengers that Afghanistan is under new ownership. Crisp white banners replaced...

First group of LGBT + Afghans fleeing the Taliban arrives in...

A group of LGBT + Afghans arrived in Britain, the first since the Taliban returned to power in August, caused panic among gay and...

Taliban push to unlock billions of Afghans abroad – .

Afghanistan faces massive famine and currency drought Official calls on Europe to release Afghan funds “Freezing this money is unethical,” says finance ministry Taliban will not respect...

Why getting home for some Afghans is as difficult as fleeing...

For some, the denied transit in life came only after death. When their mother died of respiratory illness in a Delhi hospital, Maryam and her...

Russia, China Back Aid for Afghans in Taliban Talks, Say US...

The Taliban have won the backing of key US adversaries in calling for international humanitarian aid to help Afghans amid growing fears of economic...

Taliban fighters “buy wives and babies to be raised as sex...

Taliban fighters are said to buy wives of children and even babies to raise and turn into sex slaves for as little as £...

United States offers to pay families of Afghans killed in drone...

The Pentagon has offered unspecified condolence payments to the families of 10 civilians who were killed in a failed US drone attack in Afghanistan...

RAF plane to carry up to 40 Afghans to UK as...

A flight of Afghan RAF translators and others who escaped the Taliban is due to land in the UK on Friday, Britain’s largest evacuation...

Taliban religious police ordered to be more moderate, but vulnerable Afghans...

In the public spaces of the city of Herat, in western Afghanistan, the crowd squinted at the sun, scrutinizing the lifeless figures. The adults...
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