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Afghan citizens want more empowerment and a say in how they will run their country. They are now eagerly waiting for the results of the presidential elections to emerge.
Date25.06.2014 | 12:45
Date30.04.2014 | 10:39
Attacks on Afghan women surge
Women’s rights in Afghanistan are being dealt a serious blow considering that foreign troops are moving out of the country this year. Watch this report to know more about what the government is doing and how women are coping with the situation.
Date08.01.2014 | 10:08
As a child, I often imagined I would die in front of my family or class mates and they would express their love to me and grieve over my dead body. This thought gave me a lot of satisfaction and even though I never really wished to be dead, just thinking I could be close to death assured me that I was loved and cared for.
Date21.05.2013 | 12:18
The international Afghan film festival was organized for the first time on the occasion of Women’s day in the Afghan city, Herat. Cinema is difficult in Afghanistan, where religious, cultural and political problems come in the way of freedom of expression.
Date22.03.2013 | 13:33
Women who dare to love, to pursue a career and women who refuse to be tied down by the conservative society are simply eliminated in Afghanistan. To this day, tribal courts and the Taliban use the Sharia (Islamic law) and order punishments such as stoning and executions. With a massive number of women falling prey to antiquated social customs, the obvious question is: does Afghanistan really want its women?
Date05.12.2012 | 15:05
Women in Afghanistan suffered severely under the Taliban regime. They were prevented from going to school and working. Today, the country depends on help from abroad to guarantee schooling for girls.
Date24.05.2012 | 8:14