The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan registered 12 acts of violence targeting health care workers between March 11 and May 23 amid the COVID-19 pandemic, eight of them were attributed to the Taliban.Full Story
"Measures hinder the international effort to ensure that atrocious crimes do not go unpunished," the ICC assured.Full Story
U.S. commander alerts that the withdrawal will happen when troop security is assured.
In February, the U.S. and the Afghan Taliban signed an agreement to put an end to the longest U.S. war fought in Afghanistan since 2001.
With the deal, Abdullah will be tasked to lead the National Reconciliation High Council for peace talks with the Taliban.
A military offensive against the Taliban and the suspension of the release of prisoners jeopardize the agreements reached in February.
The police authorities are ensuring that patients are kept stable and that the safety of the staff is guaranteed.
The Persian nation is self-sufficient in the production of drugs and test kits for the coronavirus.
There is a shortage of medical supplies in provinces that have the highest number of patients.
"In this regard, they will do a kind of deal with the opposite side (Afghan government)," the Taliban said, adding that "their practical work would start in the coming days."
The attempt to save the stalled peace process in Afghanistan is because most world leaders have reduced travel due to the coronavirus.