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Some 500 Afghans and their partners gathered to hear opening speeches at a two-day conference set up in Kabul to discuss the implementation of Government planning related to human rights. Photos: Fardin Waezi / UNAMA
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PRESS STATEMENT: UNAMA condemns attack killing 35 Afghans, injuring more than 100

KABUL, 18 April 2015 – The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) condemns the suicide attack that took place this morning near a branch of Kabul Bank in Jalalabad, Nangarhar province, and killed at least 35 Afghans and injured more than 100, including civilians. 

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Education for girls the focus of workshop on sustainable development

PAKTIKA, 16 April 2015 – At a UN-backed workshop in Paktika, religious scholars and community leaders identified illiteracy as a significant barrier to the eastern province’s development, and called on women and girls to focus on education in the interest of achieving sustainable development.

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UN-backed television series focuses on rights of Afghans

KUNDUZ, 14 April 2015 – Helping to bridge the gap between Afghanistan’s legal institutions and people seeking recourse to justice, the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) launched a television series this month in the northeast of the country.

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PRESS RELEASE: Latest UNAMA figures show continuing record high civilian casualties
KABUL, 12 April 2015 – Latest figures from the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) show a continuing trend of record high civilian casualties, with deaths and injuries from ground engagements in Afghanistan remaining the leading cause.
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Afghan women discuss media issues in Nangarhar

NANGARHAR, 12 April 2015 – At a United Nations-backed seminar, women journalists in the eastern region of Afghanistan voiced concern over security issues and other challenges confronting members of the media, especially women journalists, who say security problems and cultural constraints are hindering their ability to report on political and social developments.

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PRESS STATEMENT: UNAMA condemns killing of civilians in spate of incidents

KABUL, 10 April 2015 – The United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) condemns the killing of at least 18 civilians over the last 24 hours in three separate incidents, including Thursday’s armed attack on the Prosecutor’s Office in the northern city of Mazar-e-Sharif, as well as two incidents Friday involving a suicide bomber in Jalalabad city and a road-side bomb explosion in Ghazni province.

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UN-backed workshop focuses on Afghan land distribution

KABUL, 9 APRIL 2015 – Following the release of a new UNAMA report on land use, officials from the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan, in collaboration with national and international partners, hosted a workshop to discuss land distribution in the country.

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