The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) in a report Tuesday said that civilian casualties have surged in Afghanistan after peace talks started between the Afghan government and the Taliban in September 2020. The agency said that more than 3,000 civilians were killed and 5,800 others were injured in Afghanistan in 2020. VOA’s Rahim Gul Sarwan reports from Kabul.
Masouma Delijam recalls an encounter with Taliban while working in another part of Afghanistan #Afghanistan #SpecialImmigrantVisa
The 25-year-old runner is also supporting a campaign to ensure children with disabilities, especially girls, aren’t left behind in education #MalawiParalympicAthlete #TokyoOlympics
China expands its fishing fleet through the Pacific
United Nations and human rights leaders say it is dangerous for Ethiopian officials to say humanitarian relief agencies are biased and to block them from providing aid to millions suffering in the Tigray region
Some Afghans are concerned that the US SIV program could accelerate a brain drain from Afghanistan at a critical time