Home Tags Taliban

Tag: Taliban

Afghan supreme leader orders full enforcement of Islamic law

The Taliban promised a softer version of the harsh rule that characterized their first stint in power, from 1996-2001

Taliban fighters swap arms for books as hundreds return to school

Since the Taliban swept back to power in August last year, hundreds of fighters have returned to school

Misery and disease conquer Afghanistan a year into Taliban rule

The Taliban's takeover pushed the country -- home to 38 million people -- over the precipice

Taliban order Afghan shop owners to behead mannequins

The Taliban have also stepped up raids on liquor sellers, rounded up drug addicts and banned music

The loss of life in a twenty-year war

How could a mostly unpaid guerrilla band of fighters defeat the greatest, most powerful sophisticated well-paid army in the world?

Afghan refugees deserve welcome, Australian and Irish bishops urge governments

Church leaders warn that Afghan refugees are at risk of persecution because they oppose the Taliban or the Taliban opposes their way of life

An Afghan appeals to Pope Francis: Save a Catholic family stuck...

Afghanistan’s Christian community is comprised mostly of converts from Islam and is the country’s largest religious minority group

Taliban strike conciliatory tone, pledge peace, women’s rights under Islam

Women would be allowed to work and study and "will be very active in society but within the framework of Islam," said a Taliban leader

Support LiCAS.news

We work tirelessly each day to tell the stories of those living on the fringe of society in Asia and how the Church in all its forms - be it lay, religious or priests - carries out its mission to support those in need, the neglected and the voiceless.
We need your help to continue our work each day. Make a difference and donate today.

Latest