U.S. Says 1,500 Americans in Afghanistan as Withdrawal Deadline Nears


The State Department is frantically trying to track down U.S. citizens. Tens of thousands of Afghan allies will all but certainly be left behind. Online-PR: … unsere digitale Pressearbeit im Internet hilft weiter…

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Memory of Migrant Crisis Haunts Europe as First Afghan Refugees Land


With elections looming in Germany and France, European politicians are terrified of another mass movement of migrants. But experts say the comparison with 2015 is flawed.

Desperate Afghan Women Wait for U.S. Protection, as Promised


Afghan women who worked with the U.S. or international groups are frantically erasing any trace of those links for fear that they will be targeted by the Taliban.

U.N. to Form Panel to Investigate Systemic Racism in Policing


A panel of three experts in law enforcement and human rights will have a three-year mandate to investigate the root causes and effects of systemic racism in policing.

Jubilant Tigray Capital Greets Insurgents After Ethiopian Retreat

The capture of the capital, Mekelle, by Tigrayan forces was a major blow to Ethiopia’s leader, eight months into a war that has resulted in widespread famine and one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises.