The family of an Afghan man has accused the Taliban of torturing and killing him after he criticized the militant group in a ...
In this week’s Gandhara Briefing, we bring you insights on the growing exodus from Afghanistan, why PTM leader Ali Wazir is ...
Afghan high schoolers with dreams of attending university have had their plans derailed by multiple crises. Students who are ...
Afghanistan's Taliban rulers have issued a decree calling for the enforcement of certain women’s rights that are already ...
A mob in Pakistan has beaten a man to death and burned his body over allegations of blasphemy -- an explosive issue in the ...
The Taliban's repressive rule and the worsening economic and humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan is driving thousands of ...
The United Nations is appealing for a record $41 billion to provide life-saving assistance next year to the 183 million most ...
The Taliban has taken control of Afghanistan’s Independent Bar Association and declared that only Taliban-approved lawyers ...
An international media rights watchdog has criticized an “extremely vague” provision in a new Pakistani law that supposedly ...
Since the Taliban took power in August, women and girls have been shut out of most parts of public life as the regime formulates policies under its strict interpretation of Islamic law. For two ...
A U.S. delegation has met with senior Taliban representatives in Doha, Qatar, to discuss the international community’s ...
Afghans say Taliban fighters are stopping people in public and searching their smartphones. Residents who spoke to RFE/RL's ...