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7-year-old minor bride girl killed by her husband in Badghis province

image1 A minor girl who was married to a man has been killed due to unknown reasons in northwestern Badghis province of Afghanistan, the local officials said. Provincial police spokesman Naqibullah Amini confirmed the incident...



Kabul Husband Throws Acid In His Fiancťeís Face

Kabul police said Saturday that a man threw acid into his fiancéeís face on Friday night after she ended her engagement with him. Kabul police said the victim, Nilofar Akrami, was doused in acid in her home. Akrami, who is a nurse herself, is in hospital receiving medical treatment. Kabul...




Three Foreigners Killed After Being Kidnapped In Kabul

Three foreign nationals working in Kabul were killed on Thursday morning by unknown gunmen. One Indian, one Malaysian and one Macedonian were reportedly kidnapped early morning and their bodies were later found in Mussahi district in Kabul province. They were kidnapped from PD9 in the city. Police...




7-year-old minor bride girl killed by her husband in Badghis province

A minor girl who was married to a man has been killed due to unknown reasons in northwestern Badghis province of Afghanistan, the local officials said. Provincial police spokesman Naqibullah Amini confirmed the incident and said the victim was a 7-year-old minor girl. Amini further added that the...




Denmark, Norway Eye Kabul Center for Minors Denied Asylum

Denmark and Norway are working on establishing a center in Kabul where unaccompanied Afghanistanian minors who have been denied asylum can be housed, the Danish and Norwegian governments said on Wednesday. Asylum and immigration have been controversial political topics in the Nordics, as in other...




ĎIntercultural Dialogue for Peace and Developmentí Held at UN Headquarters to Create a Foundation of Understanding and Tolerance

Approximately 100 representative officials to the United Nations of the respective countries including Canada, Austria, Colombia, the Republic of Senegal, and the State of Qatar gathered to hold a dialogue on the agenda of peace and development at UN Headquarters in New York on May 31st. Organized...




Nearly 3.7 Million Afghanistanian Children Out of Schools: UNICEF

Almost 3.7 million children mostly girls are out of schools in Afghanistan, due to ongoing conflict, poverty, and discrimination against girls, the United Nations’ Children’s Fund (UNICEF) says. That represents almost half of all children aged between seven and 17, and it marks the...




Russian pilot shot down in Afghanistan in 1980s found alive

A Russian pilot who was missing and presumed dead after his warplane was shot down 30 years ago during former Soviet military invasion of Afghanistan has been found alive and wishes to return home. "He is still alive. Itís very astonishing. Now he needs help," the head of the Russian paratroopersí...




French police begin evacuation of refugee camp in Paris

Police began evacuating hundreds of refugees living in makeshift camps in Paris on Wednesday, as European politicians continue to tackle the issue of refugees, which has fuelled the rise of far-right parties in the continent. Reuters Television pictures showed scores of refugees, from the "Millenaire"...




Cartoonists across world invited to join art competition marking Quds Day

Iran’s Ahlulbayt News Agency (ABNA) is set to hold the 2nd International Cartoon Festival on International al-Quds Day, calling on all cartoonists across the world to participate in the competition by sending their related works to the event.   The event, named “Quds; the Eternal...




Danish minister under fire for calling fasting Muslims Ďdangerí

A Danish government minister has sparked backlash among Muslim communities, unions, and refugee advocates after calling fasting Muslims a "danger" to the society and urging them to take time off work during the month of Ramadan. Denmarkís immigration minister, Inger Stojberg, said on Monday that fasting...




12 Year-Old Disabled Girl Gang Raped In Herat Province

A 12-year-old mentally disabled girl was brutally gang-raped in Herat, hospital officials confirmed. According to her mother the incident happened on Friday when her daughter left home and was unable to find her way back. The mother said her daughter was kidnapped and gang raped. Family members have...




S.U.C Called on People Not to Register for Election Until Security is Not Provided

Afghanistan Shia Ulema Council (S.U.C) has called on Afghanistanian people not to register or take ID cards until security is not completely provided. The S.U.C led by Shaikh Asef Muhseni has considered the security situation alarming after bargaining with its members. "Protecting the lives of people...




Americans less likely to trust Facebook over scandal: Poll

Fewer than half of Americans trust Facebook to obey US privacy laws, highlighting the challenge facing the social media company after a scandal over its handling of personal information, according to a new poll. The Reuters/Ipsos poll, released on Sunday, also found that fewer Americans trust...




Millions plan to leave Africa for US, Europe: Study

Nearly 1.5 million people have left sub-Saharan Africa for Europe and the United States since 2010, while millions more are making plans to follow in their footsteps, researchers said on Thursday. Nigeria, Ghana and Kenya were the biggest sources of migrants to Europe and the United States among...




Refugee given life sentence for murder of German student in Freiburg

Hussein K. has been given a life sentence for the crime that shocked the wealthy and picturesque city. He had previously been convicted of assaulting a woman in Greece, but was released from prison early. A refugee was convicted of murdering a medical student in the southern German city of Freiburg...




A Traditional Haft Sin Table Celebrating Nowruz

Haft Sin (Haft Seen) is a traditional custom in the New Year holiday of Persians known as Nowruz. Actually it is a table setting with 7 different items which its essential items letters start with, however there are some items in this table setting which do not start with seen. “Seen”(...




Nowruz: An ode to spring

Nowruz (New Day), the name of the Persians New Year, is a traditional festival that marks the beginning of spring in the Northern Hemisphere. A 3,000-year-old Iranian tradition for people of all faiths, Nowruz is celebrated by the world’s Persian-speaking community and other ethno-linguistic...




10-year-old girl raped in Jowzjan

A 10-year-old girl has been raped in Afghanistanís northern Jowzjan province, an official said Sunday. The girl faced sexual assault in Dasht-i-Laili area of the province on Saturday evening before she was admitted to hospital, the provincial public health director told. The victim initially said that...




Amnesty says Shell, Eni negligent on Nigeria oil spills

Amnesty International on Friday accused international oil majors Shell and Eni of negligence when addressing spills in Nigeria. Describing their actions as “serious negligence,” Amnesty said the companies were "taking weeks to respond to reports of spills and publishing misleading information...




7 dead, 22 wounded in Kandahar road accident

A traffic incident in southern Kandahar province of Afghanistan has left at least 7 people dead and 22, the local officials said. The incident took place today in the vicinity of Maiwand district on the main highway connecting Kandahar and Herat provinces. Provincial governor’s spoksman Qudrullah...




39% of Afghanistanian Live Below Poverty Line

Officials from Afghanistan’s Ministry of Economy (MoEc) on Wednesday said that the poverty and unemployment rates have significantly increased despite efforts over the past few years to develop the country. Thirty nine percent of the people live below the poverty line and 23 percent of Afghans...




Massive floods hit Australiaís Queensland

Massive floods caused by heavy rain have swamped parts of the Australian state of Queensland, as swollen rivers inundate more than 200 homes. Major roads have been cut off and schools closed in the towns of Ingham and Innisfail in northern Queensland, with emergency services...




Dubai rulerís daughter secretly jailed for over three years, drugged in hospital: Report

The daughter of the vice president and prime minister of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, has reportedly fled the Persian Gulf kingdom after being secretly jailed for three years and four months and drugged in hospital for her dissidence. Sheikha...




23 missing refugees likely dead off Libyan coast: IOM

The International Organization for Migration (IOM) says 21 refugees are unaccounted for and probably drowned as a wooden boat set sail from Libya towards Italy and had to be rescued. IOM spokesman Joel Millman said in a regular UN briefing in Geneva on Tuesday that the 21 missing people were all among...




Afghanistanian Teenage Girl Commits Suicide in Ghor Province

Afghanistanian teenage girl, 17, committed suicide due to facing personal problems in the Central Ghor province, the local officials confirmed. "The incident took place in Sangbar area of Ferozkoh City, the capital city of Ghor province", Mohammad Iqbal Nezami, spokesman of Ghor Police Chief, said to...




Bar Association of Indonesia and International NGO Proposed International Law for Peace for Settling Disputes​

Current issues threatening peace from violence and conflict demand the need for constructive peacebuilding efforts at both national and international levels. On January 27, principles of settling disputes based on the establishment of a legal foundation to secure peace were discussed in Jakarta by Himpunan...




How Global Journalists Get Together for Freedom of Media and Peace Journalism

To journalists, the year 2017 represents the misfortune of journalism. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) says at least 81 reporters were killed and violence against media has soared in 2017. Also, more than 70 media companies were closed in Venezuela where the political and social unrest...




ďNuclear Test on One Side, Discussion of Peace on the OtherĒ

Threatened by the 6th North Korean nuclear test, the international society seeks various ways to respond to the provocation that ever increases the probability of international conflicts. On September 17th, government officials, chief justices and civil society representatives discussed global peacebuilding...




Muslim women in Quebec banned from wearing full-face veils

Quebec has passed legislation banning Muslim women from covering their faces while receiving public services such as public transport. On Wednesday, members of the provincial legislature voted 65-51 in favor of the legislation on religious neutrality, known as Bill 62, which mandates that citizens must...




Two-Thirds of Afghanistanian Girls Do Not Attend School: Report

Two-thirds of girls in Afghanistan currently do not attend school, according to a new report from Human Rights Watch (HRW). According to 132-page HRW report released on Wednesday, 41 percent of all schools in Afghanistan do not have buildings. "Many children live too far from the nearest school to...




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