Afghan (Pashto/Dari: افغان) refers to someone or something from Afghanistan, in particular a citizen of that country.The pre-nation state, historical ethnonym Afghan is used to refer to a member of the Pashtun people. Originating from the name of the Aśvakan or Assakan, ancient inhabitants of the Hindu Kush region where the Pashtuns largely still live today. This is also confirmed with multiple historical references, dating from the 15th century and back by multiple non pashtun and pashtun sources. referring to the ethnic Afghans, commonly known as Pashtuns. The word 'Afghan' is of Persian origin to refer to the Pashtun People …

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MP-IDSA · 15 September 2022 English

President administers the oath if he is not available. [...] Given the favours of Pakistan on the Afghans, the Taliban should take care of the interest of Pakistan. [...] Then why these problems were never

the ambit of the Constitution. Keep in mind that Afghans are great negotiators. They are not in a hurry to them. Given the favours of Pakistan on the Afghans, the Taliban should take care of the interest of

SPA · 14 September 2022 English

1.2 Background and justification The humanitarian sector is becoming increasingly aware, albeit belatedly, of the range and potential impact of the risks that digital technologies and data can present to …

planning in the digital age: biometric data of Afghans must be reconsidered’. Peace Research Institute lanning-in-the-digital-age-biometric-data-of- afghans-must-be-reconsidered/ ). Lewis, H. and Forster planning-in-the-digital-age-biometric-data-of-afghans-must-be-reconsidered/ planning-in-the-digital-age-biometric-data-of-afghans-must-be-reconsidered/ 39 HPG working paper Lough

More in Common · 13 September 2022 English

familiarity with relocating Afghans and the Afghan Adjustment Act More in Common Most Americans are at least somewhat familiar with the ongoing relocation of US-affiliated and at-risk Afghans to the United States many US-affiliated and at-risk Afghans as it can The US should take in some US-affiliated and at-risk Afghans The US should not take in US-affiliated and at-risk Afghans Don't know US Average 41 28 11 21 White 44 29 12 15 Black 26 22. [...] Do you support or oppose giving US-affiliated and at-risk Afghans a pathway to permanent residency via the Afghan Neutral Description Adjustment Act? Numbers in %

US-affiliated and at-risk Afghans were evacuated to the United States. Many of these Afghans had served alongside the US military. Many US-affiliated and at-risk Afghans were granted entry and temporary legal status via to permanent residence or US Citizenship. Many Afghans must now seek a more permanent status. Common pathways which will allow certain US-affiliated and at-risk Afghans to apply to live in the United States permanently that it has the support of should take in Afghans. Afghans alongside the US military. prominent veterans

ACAPS · 9 September 2022 English

The abolition of the Ministry of Women’s Affairs and recreation of the Ministry for government officials, and human rights activists and journalists. [...] in the prices of food and other …

people displaced internally or to decreases as many Afghans displaced by conflict return. Even so, drought difficulties internally displace an increasing number of Afghans. Many also enter Iran provide many essential services Humanitarian needs increase (scenario 3); many Afghans become dependent on aid (sce- imposing customs countries are forcefully repatriated (scenario 1). • Afghans who can do so immediately leave the country early Jul Aug appealed for USD 5 billion to support Afghans in need (UN News 11/01/2022). (Scenarios 3 and

CAPS · 8 September 2022 English

This presence soon instigated the US and its allies to project the invasion as a threat to the stability of the region and they offered financial and military support to …

trade and transit. Large scale labour migration of Afghans into Iran also took place regularly, culminating AFGHANISTAN War has been the greatest enemy for Afghans who have witnessed injustice and instability in assisted by the UNHCR. Despite this, 2.7 million Afghans continue to live in exile in neighbouring countries large scale instability in the region, forcing the Afghans to migrate to neighbouring countries such as Pakistan Taliban in 1996 resulted in a large number of Afghans, mainly Tajiks, fleeing due to the fear of ethnic

CAPS · 8 September 2022 English

As a whole, the system forms the watershed between rivers flowing to the Indian Ocean – the Indus, Brahmaputra and Salween and their tributaries – and the streams flowing into …

foreign influences and ideas. Macedonians, Turks, Afghans, Persians, Mongols and assorted tribes from the

CAPS · 8 September 2022 English

The Pakistan Army, with the consent of the political leadership, invoked the tribesmen and the retired and serving army officers in the name of jihad, to raid and seize Kashmir. …

younger generation of Pakistani-Afghans. The Taliban were mainly the Afghans who grew up in the Pakistani

DPG · 4 September 2022 English

DPG is deeply committed to the growth of India’s national power and purpose, the security and prosperity of the people of India and India’s contributions to the global public good. …

essential sectors, has resulted in millions of Afghans losing their incomes.3 Since June, U.S. and Taliban

Amnesty International · 31 August 2022

New report documents how Afghans fleeing life under the Taliban face horrific violations at the Iranian and Turkish borders.

AISS · 25 August 2022 English

strong campaign against the group on social media and academic circles are those examples where the Afghans are challenging the illegal and apartheid regime.

academic circles are those examples where the Afghans are challenging the illegal and apartheid regime the group’s fall is inevitable. Therefore, the Afghans need to be prepared for the future. “There has

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