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Daily Archives: October 16, 2016

South Asia and climate change

By Mirwais Jalalzai Landslides, heavy rains, flooding, food shortages, and stagnating economic growth are just some of the devastating impacts South Asia may experience due to advancing climate change, according to the United Nations.  A UN report which is recently published about climate change and it is impacts on South Asia and global south said,…

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UN: Each Day 7360 Afghans Returned Home From Pakistan

The United Nations says around 370,000 registered and undocumented Afghan refugees have returned home from neighboring Pakistan this year, with a significant spike seen since mid-July. The U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Kabul issued the figures Sunday, saying nearly 52,000 Afghans crossed the border into Afghanistan last week alone, the…

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Afghan Gov’t to probe recent fall of Kunduz city

Kabul – The Afghan government will investigate the recent fall of the northern Kunduz city to the Taliban militants, spokesman for Presidential Palace Haroon Chakhansori said Sunday. “The reason for the fall of Kunduz would be investigated and those found responsible would be punished,” Chakhansori told reporters at a press conference here. Kunduz city, the…

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