Poverty, insecurity and anger are fueling a tidal wave of emigration from Afghanistan.

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There are very few health care facilities in the province causing residents to travel far to access medical care, writes Ihsanullah Hussaini

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If not addressed, the situation can be a threat to the security of Kabul-North highway, warn members of Baghlan provincial council

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“They kept assuring us that support will reach soon. But since we’ve come to Kabul, we’ve realise that all those promises were lies.”

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As development in Khanashin takes a backseat, residents claim the region has been forgotten by government

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Afghans have raised concerns about the decrease in the value of the Afghani, reports Paiwandgāh Citizen Journalist Ahmad Seyar Ghafoori

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Most of these children do not attend school, writes Citizen Journalist Sardar Muhammad Sarwari

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For the residents of Gailan, the local police are a security concern, citizen reporter explains.

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Paiwandgāh Citizen Journalist Ajmal Omari reports hundreds of Baghlan residents gathered in protest against the signing of the NDS’s MoU with Pakistan’s ISI

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In response to Paiwandgāh story on a new coeducational school that opened in Ghazni , Citizen Journalist Rohullah Ilham reported of another coeducation school that operates in the Nad Ali district of southern Helmand province. This school, however,  turned to coeducation not for social change, but because of lack of resources and students. Sayedabad High School […]

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Reports shows drug addiction in Afghanistan has reached to three million, which is roughly 1/10 of population of the country.

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Education department official alleges that the provincial education departments sell the books sent by the ministry

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A coeducational school, first of its kind in the province and, perhaps, Afghanistan, starts in Ghazni

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The fighting that started last week, on Sunday, ended on Friday and the security forces continue to guard the districts.

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