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Germany to resume Afghan deportations via Uzbekistan

Dawn 17 Jun 2024
... Faeser said Germ­any was considering depor­ting Afghan migrants who posed a security threat back to Afghanistan, after a deadly stabbing of a police officer drew calls for a tougher line on migration.
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Ongoing fight for press freedom in Afghanistan

Hindustan Times 17 Jun 2024
In the intricate tapestry of Afghan journalism, February stands out as a month marked by significant challenges the independent media in Afghanistan ... Protesting women from Afghanistan (REUTERS).
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Psaki agrees to sit for interview with House panel probing Afghanistan withdrawal

The Hill 17 Jun 2024
troops from Afghanistan in 2021. In a letter to Psaki dated Monday, McCaul wrote that his office was accepting Psaki's commitment to appear for a transcribed interview on July 26 ... ....
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Western weapons makers on hiring spree FT

Beijing News 17 Jun 2024
Italian defense contractor Leonardo is conducting "an intense search for new hires, even more intense than during previous conflicts such as Iraq or Afghanistan," the firm's chief personnel officer, Antonio Liotti, stated ... (RT.com) .
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Western weapons makers on hiring spree – FT

Russia Today 17 Jun 2024
Italian defense contractor Leonardo is conducting “an intense search for new hires, even more intense than during previous conflicts such as Iraq or Afghanistan,” the firm’s chief personnel officer, Antonio Liotti, stated ... READ MORE.
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Feature: Afghanistan preparing to celebrate Eid al-Adha amid economic hardship

Xinhua 16 Jun 2024
With the prices going up, no one can buy," said Rahmatullah, a resident of Afghanistan's capital Kabul ... One-fourth of the people in Afghanistan go to sleep hungry every evening, the Afghanistan office of the World Food Program on Friday.
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German govt discusses deportations to Afghanistan via Uzbekistan

The News International 16 Jun 2024
Earlier in June, Germany’s interior minister Nancy Faeser said Germany was considering deporting Afghan migrants who posed a security threat back to Afghanistan, after a deadly stabbing of a police officer drew calls for a tougher line on migration.
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German government discusses deportations to Afghanistan via Uzbekistan

The Times of India 16 Jun 2024
... stabbing of a police officer drew calls for a tougher line on migration.
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One dead, several wounded in stabbing rampage at German Euros party

AOL 15 Jun 2024
Earlier this month, a radicalised asylum seeker from Afghanistan attacked and killed a policeman in the city of Mannheim after the officer tried to prevent him from attacking people on the street.
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Full house keeps fatherhood fun for Nigel Harrison

Nevada Appeal 15 Jun 2024
He went into the Nevada Army National Guard in 2009 and was commissioned as an officer and attended flight school. He was deployed to Afghanistan in 2013 for a year and returned home, when he began working on a construction site.
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UN asks Taliban to ease curbs on women education

Dawn 14 Jun 2024
The head of Pakistan-based liaison office for the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), Malick Ceesay, has said easing restrictions on women’s access to education and employment and an ...
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WFP warns of hunger crisis ahead of Eid al-Adha in Afghanistan

Xinhua 14 Jun 2024
KABUL, June 14 (Xinhua) -- The Afghanistan office of the World Food Programme (WFP) warned Friday of a hunger crisis ahead of the upcoming Eid al-Adha ...
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The Azadi Briefing: Thousands Of Afghans Deported From Pakistan And Iran Each Week

Radio Free Europe 14 Jun 2024
Welcome to The Azadi Briefing, an RFE/RL newsletter that unpacks the key issues in Afghanistan ... Around 19 percent of children in Afghanistan are working, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said on June 12.
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Medal ceremony in East Moriches for Army vet killed in motorcycle crash

Newsday 14 Jun 2024
Alex Hammond, state casualty affair officer for the New York Army National Guard, and Lt ... Dyer, who served in Afghanistan and Germany during his four years in the Army, was posthumously awarded a ...

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FILE - In this photo released by Russian Defense Ministry Press Service on Friday, Feb. 2, 2024, Russian troops load an Iskander missile onto a mobile launcher during drills at an undisclosed location in Russia. The world's nine nuclear-armed states continue to modernize their nuclear weapons as the countries deepened their reliance on such deterrence in 2023, a Swedish think tank said Monday June 17, 2024.
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Meeting of Vladimir Putin with the head of the Defenders of the Fatherland Foundation, Anna Tsivileva
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