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Over 527k foreign national children attend Iranian schools
An official at the Iranian Ministry of Education said that 527,000 foreign national children are studying in Iran, most of whom are from Afghanistan and some are from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Iraq, and other countries.
Taliban chief orders all Afghan women to wear burqa in public
The Taliban on Saturday imposed one of the harshest restrictions on Afghanistan's women since seizing power, ordering them to wear the all-covering burqa in public.
U.S. asset freezes worsen Afghan women’s suffering: U.N. experts
The United States, as well as the Taliban authorities, is contributing to the suffering of women in Afghanistan through asset freezes, U.N. independent experts said on Monday.
Filimo School platform provides free educational courses for Afghan students
An Iranian streaming platform, Filimo, which has a school section, is providing students in Afghanistan with free educational courses.
Afghan Embassy, now out of money, will close down, U.S. says
The Afghan Embassy in Washington will shut down in the coming days amid severe financial pressure and cut off from the new Taliban government in Kabul, according to a senior U.S. State Department official.
New officers graduate from Afghan National Police Academy
A total of 377 recruits graduated as police officers from the Afghan National Police Academy at a ceremony on Saturday.
Afghan universities reopen, but few women return
Afghanistan's main universities reopened on Saturday, six months after the Taliban returned to power, but only a trickle of women returned to now-segregated classes.
Tehran to exhibit Afghan needlework, crafts
The Exhibition of Needlework and Crafts from Afghanistan opens Wednesday at the ECO Cultural Institute in Tehran.
Taliban call for Muslim nations to recognise Afghan government
The Taliban's acting prime minister Wednesday called on Muslim nations to be the first to officially recognise the government that seized power in Afghanistan in August.
ICRC supporting Afghan migrants’ vaccination in Iran through IRCS
Up to 125,000 Afghan migrants and host community members in Iran will receive two doses, for a total of 250,000 doses, of COVID vaccines in the eastern provinces of the country.
U.N. warns of 'colossal' collapse of Afghan banking system
The United Nations on Monday pushed for urgent action to prop up Afghanistan's banks, warning that a spike in people unable to repay loans, lower deposits and a cash liquidity crunch could cause the financial system to collapse within months.
Muslim artists’ interaction to elevate Islamic art: Afghan association
A member of Afghan Migrant Artists Association in Iran said that interaction between Muslim artists, including Iranian and Afghan artists, will elevate Islamic art in the world.
Russia-led bloc holds large-scale drills near Tajik-Afghan border
A Russia-led post-Soviet security bloc started its largest military drills near the Tajik-Afghan border in years on Monday amid cross-border tensions ahead of talks between Afghanistan's new Taliban leaders and major regional powers.

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