Nearly 80 students poisoned in Afghanistan

Afghanistan: A local education official from Afghanistan said that nearly 80 girls were poisoned and hospitalised in two separate attacks at their primary schools in northern Afghanistan.

Taliban bars women and families from restaurants with outdoor gardens in Herat

According to media reports, the Taliban in Herat province, Afghanistan, announced on Monday that women and families will be barred from restaurants featuring outdoor gardens or green areas.

Afghanistan: Universities open, only for male students

Afghanistan: Male students in Afghanistan are back on track as universities are again reopened after a long winter break. However, women are still banned from attending classes by the Taliban authorities.

Immigrants residing in territory reduced by 52% compared to 2021

Arrival flows and asylum applications for 2022 appear to have increased compared to 2021, according to data from the Ministry of Immigration and Asylum. At the same time, however, during this period, there was a decrease in the number of asylum seekers residing in the structures of the territory, an increase in voluntary departures and a decrease in the backlog of asylum.

Migrants trying to step into Poland is increasing day-by-day, says authorities

The authorities of Poland has made an announcement that the maximum number of migrants that are trying to arrive in the country is increasing on a per-day basis after the similar highlighted that 134 individuals had attempted to travel the border between the two nations on March 21.

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