Narratives are feature stories of Reporterly. Through the Narratives section, we provide our audience with in-depth and long feature stories of Afghanistan’s politics, society, culture, security and economy.
For over four years now, occasionally a campaign on Afghan social media would pop-up to recognize women's identities as they
It's been a little over nine months since Afghanistan's presidential election were held in September 2019...
According to the latest official statistics from the Afghan Ministry of Public Health (MoPH), the number of people infected with
Kandahar is one of the southern provinces of the country and home to Afghanistan’s second largest city which is also
In the past 24 hours, 1,226 suspected coronavirus samples have been tested by the government’s laboratories, of which 564 have
As the location of one of the Coronavirus testing laboratories, Nangarhar is testing up to 100 samples a day from
Herat Governor Seyyed Abdul Wahid Qatali told a news conference on Saturday that nearly 280 patients wo had Coronavirus had
Zainab has risen from the foothills of central Afghanistan. Although originally from Daikundi province, she was born in 1988 in
President Ashraf Ghani met with Mir Rahman Rahmani, the speaker of the Lower House of Parliament on Monday to discuss
These days, you hear news of women who are breaking tradition and setting records. You hear about them going against
Two were killed and two more injured in an explosion at the Wazir Akbar Khan Mosque on Tuesday evening. An
“Our colleagues Mirwais Shah Amiri, an economic reporter, and Shafiqullah Zabihi, an employee in the technical department, were martyred,” said
Two days before the Eid Al-Fitr holiday, on May 22, Afghanistan had 9,216 COVID-19 cases. Kabul’s markets were teeming with
Reports indicate that over the last two months, 40% factories have shut down and 30% are semi-active throughout Afghanistan. As
On May 23, the Taliban declared a three-day ceasefire for the Eid Al-Fitr celebrations. In their statement, Taliban instructed its
Pakistani Twitter handles produced and amplified massive amounts of propaganda and targeted disinformation after the deadly May 12 attacks in
The first COVID-19 case in Afghanistan was confirmed in Herat province on February 24, 2020. A 35-year-old man who had
On May 17, media reported that the Taliban shot dead five people - three civilians and two national police personnel
This time, in a series of reports on philanthropy, Mina Nikzad and Mirwais Firoozi have been able to contribute to
The Herat Public Health Department confirmed on Wednesday that Dr. Abdul Wahed Razi, one of Herat’s top public health officials,
Statistics from the National Union of Workers of Afghanistan (EMWA) show that about 2 million workers in Afghanistan have lost
The Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) has announced that 330 new cases of coronavirus have been registered in different provinces
On Sunday, a young man from Daikundi province protested against the government’s disregard for educated youth in a symbolic gesture...
Officials at the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) say 190 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in the past
Recently, a video showing the interview of "Mawlawi Mahdi Mujahed", shadow district chief of Taliban for Balkhab district of Saripul
Officials at the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) have once again warned that the number of coronavirus cases in Afghanistan
The risk of a coronavirus outbreak in Afghanistan remains high. The quarantine of cities, one after another, has made many
Officials at the Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) say 125 new cases of coronavirus have been reported in the past
The Presidential Palace said it had proposed 48 procurements, including the supply of 500 ventilators respirators and the allocation of 313
On the second day of the quarantine in Kabul, Mahdi Mudaber decides to launch a campaign called “Alley to Alley”.