As a karate champion and teacher, Mina Asadi, brought honor to her country and relief to her countrymen — until she felt forced to leave Afghanistan. Now she is continuing her mission — using sport to help with emotional trauma — in a migrant camp in Indonesia.

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From Kabul to Bamyan, there are small groups of girls who are riding bicycles. We are witnessing girl’s biking in big cities and on roads. Girls who are indifferent to the larger public opinion, pedals and ride alongside men.

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In perhaps a first of its kind, seven players of national football team announced their resignation on Facebook, on Wednesday.

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Afghan under-23 national football team played against Iran on Sunday as part of preparations for 2016 Olympic Games.

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An international level skiing competition was conducted on Saturday in the Bamiyan province of Afghanistan, reports Citizen Journalist Ilyas Tahiri. This was the fifth year that the event was conducted for men and third for women participants. This year’s competition had participants from across 34 nations including at least 14 players from USA, France, Canada, […]

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This year’s Cricket World Cup is special to Afghanistan. This is the first appearance of their national team in World Cup series that is watched and followed by millions across the globe. And even though they didn’t fare as well in the first two matches against Bandgladesh and Sri Lanka, Afghans across the country continued […]

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It is a great pride for the Afghan nation to qualify for the Cricket World Cup 2015. Up until now Afghanistan had been famous for being a war-torn country, but now through Cricket we can show the world our best side. Afghan cricket team must be praised for qualifying in the World Cup in a […]

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Afghan women in sports is not a new development. Afghan women have been participating in sports even before the Mujahideen started war. There were many women’s teams in volleyball, basketball and football matches.

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