Hikmat Noori is an Afghan journalist based in Kabul with keen interest in an intersection of culture and politics in South Asia.
After campaigning for years, Afghan activists are already celebrating the government's move to table a bill in parliament that will allow Afghan citizens to print their mothers' names for identification purposes.
After 101 years of Afghan freedom, TRT World spoke to young, middle-aged and elderly Afghans who all still yearn for peace and equality.
The recent grand assembly, or Loya Jirga, did not bring any answers to the longstanding question many Afghans have been asking: is the Taliban willing to shun violence for sustainable peace?
On a piece of unowned land between Iran and Afghanistan, a small makeshift clinic is offering the first medical response to dozens of refugees returning from Iran - and many return with stories of horrendous injustice.
As the Taliban nears a peace deal with the US, the increasing presence of Daesh in the country makes the Afghan militant group jittery.
With extremism creeping into the educational institutions of Afghanistan, some women are being targeted for wearing ‘provocative’ clothes.
The governor of the Central Bank of Afghanistan has admitted that hundreds of thousands of US dollars are crossing the porous border into Iran, having a detrimental effect on Afghani currency.
Without an address system and despite the very real threat of attack by the Taliban and Daesh fighters, Afghanistan's postal workers are determined to continue serving the country.
Known for having imposed strict laws in the country in the mid-1990s, the Taliban's possible return in the Afghan power structure makes a lot of women uncomfortable.
From Russia and the US to the UAE, several powers and stakeholders in the Afghan conflict have started engaging with the insurgent group to secure a long lasting peace in the country.
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