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Display our headlines on your site or blog. Subscribe to our Newsletter. Closures after Taliban Threats: Email Six schools in the northern region of Kunduz closed following Taliban threats in recent weeks. The German army says it can't protect them. The schools received letters threatening acid and gas attacks, and teachers and pupils responded by staying home. The Afghan authorities finally decided to shut the schools altogether.
The affected district of Chahar Darreh in the province of Kunduz is largely under the Taliban's control. Nearly girl students and teachers of a school in Kapisa province, 80 km north of the Afghan capital Kabul, mysteriously fell unconscious on Tuesday, spokesman of Public Health Ministry Ahmad Farid Rahed said.
Three dozen girl students were poisoned in Afghanistan. Girl school burned down in NW Afghanistan. Unknown armed men set fire on a girl school in Ghor province, in northwestern Afghanistan, a local newspaper reported Sunday. The report put the attack on Taliban militants, but the outfit has yet to claim responsibility. School textbooks bogged down in Afghanistan. Email The Associated Press: Millions of new textbooks promised and paid for by the U. Other books were so poorly made they are already falling apart.
The faltering effort is testimony to how much can be lost to corruption, inefficiency and bureaucracy in this tumultuous country, where it is difficult to get even the most straightforward aid project done.
Five million children not in school. Razia, aged 10, cannot go to school because doing so is deemed too risky for girls in the southern province of Kandahar, and because her father believes only boys should attend school. Insurgency Averts , Afghan Kids from Schooling: UNICEF estimates that more than 80 per cent of females and around 50 per cent of males lack accessing to education centres, mostly in the rural areas of the country. Mass grave recovered in Kabul. A mass grave of civil war era was found in Karta-i-Chahar locality of capital Kabul when a private construction company's workers started digging the base for a new building near the education department's compound, officials said on Sunday.