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Montly Archive August 2015

Wars killed 149,000 in Pakistan and Afghanistan since 2001: report

Source: Pakistan Today Wars in Pakistan and Afghanistan have killed at least 149,000 people between 2001 and 2014, says a recent report by a US think-tank. The Watson Institute’s Costs of War Project also reports […]

Monday، 31 August، 2015

British Library rejects Taliban archive over terror law

By Shafik Mandhai/Source: Al Jazeera National institution says documents are of academic value, but laws may restrict researchers’ ability to access them. The British Library has decided not to acquire an archive of Taliban documents […]

Monday، 31 August، 2015

Noam Chomsky: America is the gravest danger to world peace

Sunday، 23 August، 2015

If we did not protest, no one would punish those men”: A brutal murder, a sham trial, and justice denied in Kabul

After the killing of Farakhunda, women marched to the Afghan Supreme Court. Now, “We only feel secure in our homes” Elizabeth Schaeffer Brown and Jason Brooks Brown On March 19, 2015, 27-year-old female Islamic studies […]

Sunday، 23 August، 2015

Increasing Civilian Casualties and Insecurity or Fear

STATEMENT Afghan Women’s Network (AWN) 13th August 2015, Kabul, Afghanistan Afghan Women’s Network (AWN) strongly condemns the recent deadly terrorist attacks, which resulted in killings and injuries of large number innocent civilians, especially women and […]

Tuesday، 18 August، 2015

Nobel Peace Laureates Endorse Violence

Sunday، 16 August، 2015