Local officials in eastern Nangarha province have accused the government of supporting Islamic State terror group also known as Daesh, stating that the Taliban are being bombed during the military operation while the Islamic State fighters are not.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Dr. Abdullah Abdullah has said only slogans would not help end violence against women but practical steps were needed.
Deputy Chief Executive Officer Haji Mohammad Mohaqiq visited Tehran where he praised the fighters, including Afghans for their victories in Syria’s war.
A Kabul University professor is now under the custody along with the girls’ Dorm Manager after a female student committed suicide for the alleged repeated rejection of her monograph by the professor
Residents of the Achin district of eastern Nangarhar province say Daesh (Islamic State) rebels continue to receive support, with the result that the militant group is regaining strength with each passing day.
Afghanistan's top security adviser has asked Russia to press the Taliban to enter peace talks, it has been reported.
The UN in Afghanistan has called for united action by all Afghans to end violence against women and girls.