CAMEA Bulletin – News from Afghanistan, Middle East & Africa (June 27, 2024)



1. Islamic Emirate Welcomes Appointment of Nicaragua’s Non-Resident Ambassador

2. UN Meeting Blocks Afghan Women from Agenda, Participation

3. Analysis: What promise do Doha talks hold for Afghanistan?

4. Afghan Exports to Pakistan Drop by 32% in Early 2024

5. Peshawar High Court halts deportation of Afghan artists and transgender individuals

6. Nearly 100,000 Tourists Visit Bamyan in One Week

7. G7 countries oppose composition and agenda of third Doha meeting on Afghanistan: Report

8. Pakistan revising Afghan transit trade agreement

9. UN confirms Doha talks with Taliban will exclude Afghan rights defenders

10. Traffic incidents in Badakhshan leave 46 dead and 75 injured in past 3 months

Middle East
11. GCAA-UAE begins Avsec assessment at IIAP

12. FlyDubai to launch flights to Pakistan’s Islamabad, Lahore cities from July 1

13. Qatar trying to ‘bridge gap’ between Israel, Hamas

14. India exports rockets, explosives to Israel amid Gaza war, documents reveal

15. Iran’s presidential election dominated by Khamenei loyalists

16. World Bank approves $700m financing for Egypt

17. UAE approves guidelines for public-private partnerships

18. Israeli air strike kills 10 family members of Hamas chief Haniyeh in Gaza

19. South Africa’s new government revives racial tensions

20. Impeached South African judge becomes MP for Zuma’s party

21. Sudan accuses UAE of fueling war with weapons to paramilitary rivals

22. New era: Ramaphosa sworn in as South Africa’s president for second term

23. Delegates announce $1.2 billion in funding to produce vaccines in Africa