Tensions and fighting in recent days have caused the number of displaced people in Kabul and some other provinces to skyrocket. Kabul is currently hosting thousands of displaced people from the northeast of the country. In addition, clashes between security forces and the Taliban in 25 provinces have led to an increase – More…

      As Taliban attacks on city centers intensify, there are now reports from Farah province that the country’s security and defense forces have recaptured the province. A spokesman for the country’s armed forces reportedly said that the country’s security and defense forces could retake control of the province from the Taliban after launching – More…

      As the war in Afghanistan escalated and the Taliban took control of urban centers, Afghan citizens launched a low-profile campaign called “Sanction Pakistan,” and findings from social media, especially Twitter and Facebook, show that this campaign is expanding rapidly.   Citizens of Afghanistan, India, the United States, Pakistan, and other Asian countries – More…

      Coinciding with the start of the three-day peace summit in Qatar, Abdullah Abdullah, chairman of the Afghan National Reconciliation Council, met with several regional and Asian diplomats. According to reports, during these meetings, the chairman of the National Reconciliation Council stressed that war and violence are not the solutions, and to get – More…

    Intensification of the war and the crisis of displacement in Afghanistan. Contrary to their obligations under the Doha Agreement, the Taliban have attacked cities and captured provincial capitals. The Taliban have taken control of at least nine provinces in a week. Badakhshan and Baghlan are two provinces that Taliban fighters have just taken – More…

    Afternoon on Friday, the Taliban assassinated Dawakhan Meenapal, head of the government’s media center, in the seventh district of Kabul. The shocking event was that Taliban shooters assassinated Mr. Minapal as he was about to go to a mosque for Friday prayers. Two colleagues of the former head of the government’s media center – More…