November 15, 2023: Olus Yar Khan Achakzai, the spokesperson of the protest says that the government has already announced that the refugees must leave by November, but that the refugees must be treated under international law and convention.

Rights Watch | 14 Nov 2023

IHC Seeks Comments on Removal of Judge and Child Labor Laws in Rizwana Torture Case The Islamabad High Court (IHC) has requested detailed comments from the Islamabad commissioner and court-appointed advisors regarding the removal of civil judge Asim Hafeez and...
PRESS RELEASE: If the Pakistani government doesn’t halt the deportations immediately, it will be denying thousands of at-risk Afghans, especially women and girls, access to safety, education and livelihood.
Forcibly returning Afghan journalists who have fled to Pakistan would be a flagrant violation of international law and completely unacceptable, warns international organization Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and urges Pakistan to provide protection to them.

Protest at Chaman border enters 17th day

The protest against the imposition of passport conditions at the Chaman-Span-Boldak crossing point has been ongoing for 17 days now. Meanwhile, the media has been prohibited from covering the protest or shedding light on the demands of the protestors.

Rights Watch | 6 Nov 2023

Peshawar High Court Grants Bail in Honour Killing Case The Peshawar High Court has granted bail to a Swat resident suspected of being involved in an honor killing case. The suspect, Akhtar Ali, was granted bail by Justice Shahid Khan...

Rights Watch | 3 Nov 2023

Man Murders Two Nieces and Injures Son Over Mobile Phone in Jacobabad Man fatally shoots two nieces in the name of family honour, also injuring his son for giving them a mobile phone. This tragic incident occurred in Barkat Ali...
Zakia, originally from Afghanistan's Loghar province, has been living in Pakistan since 2014 with her three sons and a daughter. As she contemplates returning to Afghanistan, Zakia is haunted by the traumatic events that forced her to flee—her husband's and her young son's abduction by the Taliban.

Rights Watch | 30 Oct 2023

Four Suspected Robbers Shot Dead in an Encounter in Karachi Four individuals suspected of robbery were extrajudicially killed in Saudabad during an early morning encounter. This suggests that they were killed without a formal trial or due legal process. Alongside...
Imran Deen Hamiri was tortured by the Taliban for standing up for civil rights and girls’ education in Afghanistan, and had to flee with his family for safety. He says that if they are deported, they will certainly be executed.