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US & Canada · Colorado Springs
5 dead, 18 wounded in shooting at LGBTQ nightclub in Colorado
A shooting at an LGBTQ club in Colorado Springs killed five people and injured 18 others, police said Sunday.See the Story
58% Center coverage: 356 sources
Asia · West Java
Death toll in Indonesia quake rises to 162
The death toll from a 5.6-magnitude earthquake in Indonesia on Monday has risen to 162 with hundreds injured and over 13,000 displaced, local media Kompas.com and Detik.com reported, citing West Java governor Ridwan Kamil.See the Story
41% Center coverage: 134 sources
Terrorist Attack · Kabul
Taliban militants in Pakistan end ceasefire with government
Taliban militants in Pakistan will no longer abide by a months-long ceasefire with the Pakistani government, a spokesman for the militant group said on Monday. See the Story
38% Left coverage: 29 sources
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Dushanbe · Dushanbe
US envoy in Tajikistan to attend Herat Security Dialogue
The 10th Herat Security Dialogue is held on the 29th and 30th of November in Dushanbe, Tajikistan. The dialogue was initiated in 2012 to focus on peace and security topics about Afghanistan. Pakistani media outlets earlier reported that Mohsen Dawar, a member of Pakistan's parliament who was invited to this event has not been permitted to attend.See the Story
India · India
Afghanistan wins gold medal in India international trade fair
Afghanistan was awarded a gold medal in the foreign sector by the India International Trade Fair (IITF) 2022 participated by 17 foreign countries. The 15-day IITF 2022 came to an end on November 27 on a Sunday. After the Covid-19 pandemic, the annual trade show was held for the first time.See the Story
Afghanistan · Afghanistan
Cash Assistance to Afghanistan Leaps to $1.673 Billion
The total amount of cash assistance from the international community to Afghanistan since the installation of the country's new administration to $1.673 billion. Despite the arrival of the packages poverty, hunger, and unemployment remain at all-time highs in Afghanistan. The Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) previously accused the Biden administration of impeding investigations into $ 1.1 billion in aid.See the Story
Refugees · Afghanistan
Pakistan Releases and Deports over 30 Undocumented Afghan Refugees
Pakistan released over 30 undocumented Afghan refugees, who were held in Pakistani jails for lacking proper documentation, and sent them back to Afghanistan. Authorities for refugees and repatriation in the eastern Afghan province of Nangarhar, which is bordered by Pakistan, confirmed the release and deportation of Afghan refugees.See the Story
Asia · Pakistan
General Bajwa Retires as Pakistan Army Chief after Six-Year Tenure
Pakistan's Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa will retire Tuesday, according to sources. He will pass the baton to his successor, General Asim Munir, who will become the 17th army chief of the country. Pakistan's army has directly ruled the country for more than half of its 75-year existence.See the Story
Afghanistan · Afghanistan
Herat Security Dialogue in Tajik Capital; Concerns over Resurgence of Terrorism
The 10th Herat Security Dialogue, organized by Afghan Institute for Strategic Studies (AISS) kicked off on Tuesday, November 29, in Dushanbe. With over 200 participants from various countries, the conference is a unique opportunity to exchange views on the situation in Afghanistan. The host country has voiced alarm over the resurgence and expansion of terrorism.See the Story
'Taliban's treatment of women could be called a crime against humanity'
The Special Rapporteurs of the UN have demanded an investigation into the suppression of women's rights in Afghanistan as a form of gender persecution. The UN experts urged the international community to take action to investigate and prosecute those responsible for gender-based violence in international and extra-territorial jurisdictions. 14 people, 3 of whom were women, were publicly flogged in the eastern Afghan province of Logar.See the Story
67% Right coverage: 3 sources