Third meeting on Afghanistan expected to be held in Doha at the end of June | Tajikistan News ASIA-Plus – ASIA-Plus

11:09, todayAuthor: Asia-Plus The UN announced щт May 21 that the third meeting on Afghanistan, involving special representatives from various countries, will take place in Doha.  According to the Organization, the meeting is scheduled for June 30 and July 1. The goal of the meeting is to “expand international interaction with Afghanistan in a consistent

UN warns of worsening food crisis in flood-ravaged Afghanistan – DARYO.UZ – CENTRAL ASIA & AFGHANISTAN NEWS

In the wake of devastating floods wreaking havoc in Afghanistan, exacerbating an already critical food insecurity situation, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) issued a warning on May 22. The agency cautioned that the recent floods, likely to intensify in the coming months due to erratic weather patterns driven by the worsening climate crisis, are

IUP faculty honored for helping a threatened scholar from Afghanistan – Indiana Gazette

Indiana University of Pennsylvania announced Wednesday that its Office of International Education and two members of that office were recognized by the Institute of International Education’s Scholar Rescue Fund Alliance with certificates of appreciation for helping a threatened scholar from Afghanistan. Honored were Dr. Michele Petrucci, associate vice president for international education and global engagement,

From Zambia to Afghanistan, WFP warns El Niño’s extreme weather is causing a surge in hunger – Fox News

Extreme weather attributed to the El Niño phenomenon is causing a surge in hunger in several countries, including Zambia and Afghanistan, the UN’s World Food Programme said Wednesday, and called on donors for much-needed help. El Niño is a natural, temporary and occasional warming of part of the Pacific that shifts global weather patterns, and

From Zambia to Afghanistan, WFP warns El Niño’s extreme weather is causing a surge in hunger – WKMG News 6 & ClickOrlando

Full Screen 1 / 3 A man swims from a submerged church compound, after the River Tana broke its banks following heavy rains at Mororo, border of Tana River and Garissa counties, North Eastern Kenya, Sunday, April. 28, 2024. Heavy rains pounding different parts of Kenya have led to dozens of deaths and the displacement

I’m an American tourist visiting Taliban-controlled Afghanistan – here’s what it’s like – Daily Mail

By Emma Saletta For Dailymail.Com Published: 14:33 EDT, 22 May 2024 | Updated: 14:39 EDT, 22 May 2024 An American tourist who visited Taliban-controlled Afghanistan is sharing insight into his experience – along with three tips for others who may want to plan their own visit. Kansas City native Eli Snyder, 25, posted a video on TikTok revealing what

Ex-White House press secretary Jen Psaki threatened with subpoena in Afghanistan pullout probe after Biden watch-check lie – New York Post

The head of the House Foreign Affairs Committee has warned former White House press secretary Jen Psaki that she should submit to an interview about the botched US pullout from Afghanistan — or face a subpoena after the now-MSNBC host discussed the debacle in her recent book. Rep. Michael McCaul (R-Texas) released a letter to

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