Since the early 1990s, the Imam Khomeini Relief Foundation, an Iranian charitable organization, has been operating in Afghanistan. It has reached out to more and more Afghans in need over the years, highlighting the deep-rooted affinity between the two nations. Amin Alemi reports from Kabul.
Egypt's interim government is celebrating a majority yes vote on its new constitution as a vote of approval for the military leaders who ousted President Mohammed Morsi. But for opposition groups, the referendum last month marked the beginning of the end as Egypt enters its third year of revolution, and is now preparing for presidential elections. Karim Gamal el-Deen reports from Cairo.
Modern Turkey is formed of at least fifty cultural and religious communities. The Republic of Turkey recognizes Armenians, Greeks, and Jews as ethnic minorities. However, this legal status is not granted to Muslim minorities, such as the Kurds and Alevis. Nader Fekri reports from Istanbul.
Every day, thousands of children are trafficked across India with estimates saying more than 40 percent of them remain un-traced. Shahana Butt reports from New Delhi.