15 children from one small village in eastern Afghanistan have migrated to EU member countries, revealing the extent of the economic distress in the country.
Turkey’s President Erdogan highlights urgent need for security to be established in Afghanistan as worries grow about a looming humanitarian disaster following the Taliban’s return to power.
Family reunifications are blocked by administrative hurdles, while other safe routes are off to a slow start and a draft bill seeks to criminalise anyone entering outside legal pathways.
UN special envoy for Afghanistan warned that new authorities cannot pay salaries and voiced alarm over a storm of crises including a plunging currency, sharply rising food and fuel prices, and a lack of cash at private banks.
President Erdogan lashes out at West as well as Muslim countries for their lack of interest in Afghanistan crisis, says Ankara "will not close doors to" fleeing Afghans.
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