Afghanistan Analysts Network – English

Month: April 2024

“A Disaster for the Foreseeable Future”: Afghanistan’s Healthcare Crisis

Human Rights Watch, 12 February 2024 Here the report main findings: The report also provides data about Afghanistan’s health-system-related aid dependency. In 2019, healthcare costs in Afghanistan amounted to $2.8 billion, 20 percent of which was provided by donors, and only about 3 percent by the government. Out-of-pocket spending by Afghans on health accounted for […]

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Eid has Arrived: AAN wishes all a happy Eid al-Fitr

AAN Team

Eid al-Fitr or the festival of breaking of the fast is celebrated by Muslims around the world when the citing of the moon heralds the end of Ramadan, the month-long rite of fasting. Eid al-Fitr, which is an official three-day holiday, is marked by offering traditional prayers at the mosque. Across Afghanistan, there are new […]

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Taleban i global offensiv: Vi vil stene kvinder offentligt, vi vil piske kvinder offentligt

Politiken, 3 April 2024 In this article of Danish daily Politiken, AAN’s Thomas Ruttig is quoted on a statement by the Taleban’s supreme leader that he will fight to spread Islamic Sharia, that “our war with the West is not over”, putting the Taliban’s values against democratic values and defending sharia punishments like stoning that […]

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The Pakistan link to the ISKP Moscow terror attack

Business Post, 2 April 2024 In a background article about the IS outfit that claimed responsibility for the terrorist concert hall attack near Moscow, the Bangladeshi newspaper quotes from AAN earlier research, via Twitter/X: (…) In the interview, circulated on Twitter by the Afghanistan Analysts Network, Muslimdost said that initially (in 2015) the Lashkar-e-Tayyiba (LeT) […]

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