Iraq’s unveiled women face rising crackdown

by Dina al-Shibeeb on 25-11-2021

Hanaa Edwar, General Secretary of the non-government organization, Iraqi Al-Amal Association, told Al Arabiya. Edwar, also founder of Iraqi Women’s Network, sounded the alarm about attempts to force women to wear the hijab, especially in government offices.


Human trafficking, prostitution thrive in Afghanistan

by Waslat Hasrat-Nazimi on 24-10-2021

Thousands of Afghan girls and boys are trafficked into neighboring countries and sold into slavery each year. Though it is taboo, prostitution is alive and thriving - at the cost of those forced to work in it.


Underage marriage is still a problem in Iraq. But attitudes toward it differ – with some locals saying it’s positive and legal according to religious law, and others criticising it as an abuse of minors’ rights.

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Killed 28 civilians and seven others were injured as a result of government air raid targeted homes ...

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AMSI condemned this action, and sees it as a step of incremental steps being taken to the ...

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All this makes the current war a preventive one, which international law tends to consider ...

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