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Human Rights Watch: Taliban Target Journalists, Women In Media

The first time an international organization has accused the Taliban for the targeted killings of journalists. Photo Credit: Afghan Journalist Society

COVID-19 Restrictions Defied At A Barcelona Beach

SPAIN. Barcelona: Dozens of partygoers danced on Friday on a popular beach near central Barcelona, some without wearing masks or observing social distancing in...

Taiwan’s Train Derailment Kills At Least 34 people

Dozens more are still trapped in what is feared to be the island's worst rail disaster in decades. Photo Credit: Twitter

Sudan Compensates The US For Kenya, Tanzania Embassy Bombings

SUDAN. Khartoum: The United States on March 31st said it had received $335m from Sudan for compensation for victims of the 1998 bombings of...

ICC Gives Freedom To Former Ivorian President Laurent Gbagbo

IVORY COAST. Abidjan: NETHERLANDS. Hague: On March 31, appeals judges of the International Criminal Court (ICC) upheld the acquittals of former Ivory Coast president...

Human Rights Watch Latest Report On Female Oppression In Qatar Faces Rejection

Qatar government called out on the HRW report and declared gender equality and female empowerment are part of countries vision and success. Photo Credit: Tripadvisor

Bomb Blast Kills Religious Scholar In Afghanistan

AFGHANISTAN. Takhar: Mawlawi Abdul Samad Mohammadi, head of Takhar Ulema Council, was killed and three others were wounded this afternoon in a magnetic bomb...

Meet Echo and Bifrost – FB Undersea Cables Connecting Southeast-Asia

Facebook undersea cables project with Google connecting Southeast-Asian countries of Indonesia and Singapore with America.

Three Female Polio Vaccination Workers Killed In Nangarhar, Afghanistan

About three million children were deprived of the polio vaccine in the past three years, according to the Afghan health ministry. Photo Credit: Twitter

The Heart of Asia – Istanbul Process Conference Opens in Tajikistan

Afghan officials say they attended the conference with an agenda for regional consensus on Afghan peace. Photo Credit: Afghanistan Presidential Palace

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