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Taliban lashed Afghan lovers

Taliban militants lashed a couple on charges of having an affairs in a kangaroo court.
The young lovers had escaped from village of Kohistanat district to Ghor province while their family rejected their marriage and than returned back to their houses by inductions of elders. 183 more words

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Afghanistan suicide bomb attack: Dozens killed in Kabul

UN SECRETARY-GENERAL ON AFGHANISTAN

NEW YORK – The Secretary-General condemns the attack today on the Tabyan Cultural Center as well as a media outlet in Kabul. 961 more words

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REPORTS ON THE PROTECTION OF CIVILIANS IN ARMED CONFLICT

UNAMA prepares regular reports in accordance to its mandate under UN Security Council resolution 2274 (2016) “to monitor the situation of civilians, to coordinate efforts to ensure their protection, to promote accountability, and to assist in the full implementation of the fundamental freedoms and human rights provisions of the Afghan Constitution and international treaties to which Afghanistan is a State party, in particular those regarding the full enjoyment by women of their human rights.” 561 more words

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Situation of Women Employed in Defense and Security Sectors

It is for more than a decade and a half that Afghan women have gained significant achievements and such accomplishments have always been appreciated in the assemblies as one of the best developments of the Afghan government and the positive impact of the international community’s presence in Afghanistan. 260 more words

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MCL wants Tanzania to help trace its staff Azory Gwanda

A leading Tanzanian media company wants the government to help in tracing one of its journalists who has been missing for over two weeks now. 151 more words

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Tanzania and China Pass Laws to Send Government Critics to Jail

Lots of countries these days have laws that make it a criminal activity to criticize the government. Dictators and other psychopathic leaders use these laws to control the political opposition, since anyone who criticizes the leaders can be beaten, tortured, raped, and jailed. 467 more words

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Bob Wangwe Ordered To Pay Fine Or Face Prison

The Court of the Resident Judge in Kisutu has orderd Bob Wangwe, son of late CHADEMA politician Chacha Wangwe, to pay a fine of 5 million TSh, or serve one year and a half years in prison. 168 more words

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