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Meat Consumption Has Less Effect on Climate Change in Afghanistan

By: Humayoon Babur Oct.10, 2018   Agriculture and particularly animal husbandry plays a crucial role in terms of job employment in a rural area and essentially, it is like a dynamic momentum that boosts the economic growth of war-torn Afghanistan. Decades ago, Afghanistan had millions of livestock, the era of war and unrest nearly destroyed…

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U.N. tallies more than 8,000 Afghan civilian casualties so far this year

The figures released today by the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) show continuing high casualty rates being inflicted on the Afghan civilian population, especially by anti-government elements. Covering the period 1 January to 30 September 2018, the new UN report documents 8,050 civilian casualties (2,798 dead and 5,252 injured), reflecting the same extreme…

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UN: EDs have caused almost half of the Afghan civilian casualties

The United Nations has called on anti-Government elements in Afghanistan to immediately stop using improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in civilian areas after the UN mission in the country recorded a sharp rise in civilian casualties caused by the explosives this year. A special report by the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) revealed that between…

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