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Baby lost in chaos of Afghanistan airlift found, returned to family

An infant boy handed in desperation to a soldier across an airport wall in the chaos of the American evacuation of Afghanistan has been found and was reunited with his relatives in Kabul on Saturday.

Baby lost in chaos of Afghanistan airlift found, returned to family

Taliban chief orders fighters not to 'punish' former regime members

The Taliban's supreme leader has ordered fighters not to punish members of Afghanistan's former regime for past "crimes", days after a video of an army commander being beaten went viral on social ...

Taliban chief orders fighters not to 'punish' former regime members

No US troops to be punished over deadly Kabul drone strike

The Pentagon said Monday that no US troops or officials would face disciplinary action for a drone strike in Kabul in August that killed 10 Afghan civilians, including seven children

Aimal Ahmadi, whose daughter Mailka and his elder brother Zimarai Ahmadi was among 10 relatives killed by a wrongly directed US drone strike on 29 August, stands near a car, which was damaged during the strike, outside his house in Kabul on 14 December 2021.

Afghanistan sanctions behind 'infuriating' suffering: Red Cross

Economic sanctions are causing massive suffering in crisis-wracked Afghanistan, a top Red Cross official said Monday, describing the situations as "infuriating"

A child poses for a picture early in the morning in Kandahar on 21 November, 2021

Afghanistan's food crisis a 'legacy' of previous government: Taliban

The UN has warned that around 22 million Afghans or half the country will face an "acute" food shortage in the winter months due to the combined effects of drought caused by global warming and an ...

An Afghan woman carries a wheelbarrow while going for water to a fountain in a village in Qarabagh district distant 56 km to the south-west of Ghazni, in Ghazni province, on 14 November, 2021

Uncertain future for the booksellers of Kabul

The problem with this publication, a bookseller in the Afghan capital Kabul explains, is not so much that it's by Michelle Obama, but that she's not wearing a hijab in the cover photo

This picture taken on 23 October, 2021 shows Abdul Amin Hossaini, a middle-aged bookseller, talking during an interview with AFP in Kabul

Khalilzad, US envoy who brokered Afghan exit, quits

Zalmay Khalilzad, the veteran US envoy whose months of patient hotel-ballroom diplomacy helped end the US war in Afghanistan but failed to prevent a Taliban takeover, resigned on Monday

File photo US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Zalmay Khalilzad taken on 18 May, 2021 in Capitol Hill in Washington US

US, UK warn citizens of threat to Kabul hotels

The United States and Britain warned their citizens on Monday to avoid hotels in Afghanistan, days after dozens were killed at a mosque in an attack claimed by the Islamic State group

US, UK warn citizens of threat to Kabul hotels

US says to hold first in-person talks with Taliban since Afghan withdrawal

The United States and the Taliban will hold their first in-person talks since the US withdrawal from Afghanistan starting Saturday, the State Department said

Taliban delegates speak during talks between the Afghan government and Taliban insurgents in Doha, Qatar on 12 September 2020

Taliban hold victory rally outside Kabul as they consolidate rule

More than 1,500 Taliban supporters attended a rally on Sunday in a vast field to the north of Kabul, in a show of strength as they consolidate their rule of Afghanistan

Taliban supporters attend an open air rally in a field in Kabul on 3 October 2021
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