A delegation of Taliban government led by acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi, has met with Ahmad Massoud, leader of the Resistance Front, and Ismail Khan, the former governor of Herat province.   A...
Pakistan’s Human Rights Minister Shireen Mazari said on Monday that the bill pertaining to the missing persons has gone missing after it was sent to the Senate. The bill criminalizing enforced disappearances was recently approved by Pakistan’s...
Families of Baloch missing persons carried out a sit-in protest in front of the Karachi Press Club for the safe release of their loved ones. VBMP Vice-Chairman Mama Qadeer Baloch and other Baloch activists joined the protest...
At least 12 people died and several others were critically wounded after the New Year temple stampede at a religious shrine in the India-administered Kashmir. The pilgrims were visiting the temple of Mata Vaishno...
The Defense of Human Rights (DHR) held its last press conference of 2021 in the National Press Club in Islamabad on Thursday where the group said that it would march to Islamabad if the government did not...
The consequences of a swift and abrupt Taliban takeover have been disastrous for the common folk in Afghanistan. Following Ashraf Ghani’s hasty departure in the wake of the Taliban advance to Kabul, the international community froze Afghanistan’s...
The former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani blamed the international allies, the United States in particular, for the fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban. He defended his decision to flee the country, arguing that he did it to...
Rashid Hussain Baloch was forcibly disappeared by the Emirati intelligence agencies from Dubai on December 26, 2018. Three years later, he is yet to be released. His family members are holding a two-day hunger strike in Karachi...
Former president of Afghanistan Hamid Karzai on Sunday evening reacted to Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan’s remarks about Afghan politics and the threat of Daesh. Khan claimed several Daesh attacks had been launched from Afghanistan's border into Pakistan.
In a grim, damning report on Tuesday, the United Nations revealed that the Taliban rule in Afghanistan has been marked with extrajudicial killings, denial of women's rights, conscription of young boys, early marriages and even "sale of...