Mohammed Harun Arsalai is a writer and political organizer from the Bay Area of California, and co-founder of the independent media project, Documenting Afghanistan.
Afghanistan's Independence Day celebrations have been ripped apart by a series of attacks as Afghans face a concerted push from Daesh in the country.
In one corner of Afghanistan, civilians risk attacks by the Taliban and Daesh, killings by Afghan army units, and US drone strikes.
Media is increasingly becoming a target in Afghanistan as the Taliban's campaign for hearts and minds falls short.
Lawyers say EU policies had led to a rise in the number of migrants dying in their attempts to reach Europe.
A tweet by the US army asking how service had impacted US soldiers back fired with hundreds sharing accounts of mental trauma. The spotlight should also be on victims of the US military's actions abroad.
US president's decision to pardon US soldiers who carried out murders in Afghanistan and Iraq is just one way in which Washington avoids accountability for its actions.
Austrian media reports say Christchurch terrorist had more interactions with Identitarian leader Martin Sellner than previously known, including alleged plans to have a 'coffee or beer'.
The recent attack on Save the Children in Afghanistan is further proof that the country is still at war, and solutions to end the violence are few and far between.
The number of dead or wounded in Afghanistan remains at record levels, but the European Union is deporting refugees to Afghanistan under the pretext that the country is "post-conflict". The EU's policy is immoral, cruel, and disingenuous.
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