CAMEA Bulletin – News from Afghanistan, Middle East & Africa (May 04, 2023)



1. Afghan foreign minister Muttaqi to visit Pakistan by weekend: Kabul
2. UN Summit in Qatar on Afghanistan Ends, Another Planned
3. Hina Khar calls for taking credible steps in support of Afghan people
4. Afghan women fighting for their future under the Taliban rule
5. U.N. struggling to strike balance in Afghanistan amid humanitarian crisis
6. Afghanistan thanks Saudi Arabia for help in Sudan evacuation
7. Export of Turkmenistan Gas to Pakistan Via Afghanistan Has Begun: Officials
8. UN holds Afghanistan crisis talks in Qatar, without Taliban
9. The Taliban Aim to Divide and Conquer
10. UN chief vows to defend rights of women and girls in Afghanistan

Middle East

11. ​ ​AI: Israeli authorities use facial recognition technology to entrench apartheid
12. Syria on way back to Arab fold as isolation crumbles
13. What are the implications of Sudan’s fighting for Egypt?
14. Yemen’s Tragedy: War, Stalemate, and Suffering
15. ​Erdogan says Turkey has killed suspected ISIL leader
16. Turkey closes airspace to Armenian airline without warning, Armenpress reports
17. Iran’s president heads to Damascus for first trip since 2010
18. OPEC oil output falls on Iraq, Nigeria outages, Reuters survey finds


19. Sudan crisis: Civilians facing catastrophe as 100,000 flee fighting – UN
20. The Pakistanis who chose to stay in Sudan, despite conflict
21. Government of Djibouti launches crackdown on ‘irregular’ migrants
22. Ethiopia: Dozens Arrested for Allegedly Trying to Overthrow Abiy’s Government