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Roxanna Shapour

Kabul, Afghanistan
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About Roxanna
Roxanna Shapour is a journalist based in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Languages
English Persian (Farsi)
Services
Video Package (Web / Broadcast) Audio package (Radio / Podcast) Interview (Video / Broadcast)
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Skills
Fact Checking
Portfolio

Two Security Council Resolutions and a Humanitarian Appeal: UN grapples with its role in Afghanistan

20 Mar 2023  |  southasiajournal.net
Recent negotiations on UNAMA’s mandate in Afghanistan highlighted divisions among UN Security Council members on issues like human rights and governance. On 16 March 2023, two resolutions were passed: one extending UNAMA’s mandate until 17 March 2024, and another requesting an independent assessment of in-country efforts. The new Humanitarian Response Plan, requesting USD 4.6 billion to support 23.7 million Afghans, was launched after a delay. The article discusses the complexities of the UN's role in Afghanistan, the differing views within the Security Council, and the challenges posed by the Taleban's restrictive policies, especially on women's rights.

Two Security Council Resolutions and a Humanitarian Appeal: UN grapples with its role in Afghanistan

20 Mar 2023  |  southasiajournal.net
On 16 March 2023, the UN Security Council passed two resolutions on Afghanistan, extending the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan's (UNAMA) mandate for another year and requesting an independent assessment of the situation. The resolutions followed deep divisions among council members, particularly between the United States and Russia, over the scope and duration of the mandate. The article highlights the challenges faced by humanitarian actors in Afghanistan, especially in light of the Taleban's restrictive policies on women's rights. The UN's central role in delivering humanitarian aid is emphasized, with the 2023 Humanitarian Response Plan requesting $4.6 billion to support 23.7 million people in need. The independent assessment due in November could impact future humanitarian aid scope and delivery.

12 Sept 2015 for CCTV China -- At least 37 civilians have been killed and 35 others wounded in Taliban attack on Kandahar airport.

Phoner - October 27 2015 for CCTV China - Report on massive earthquake in northern Afghanistan.

2 Nov 2015 for The Heat CCTV -- Report from Kabul on the US announcement to keep thousands of troops in Afghanistan.

Phoner for CCTV America -- 1 January 2016 -- Taliban attack on Le Jardins restaurant popular with Westerners in Kabul.

NATO returns ground troops to fight Taliban in Afghanistan

01 Oct 2015  |  www.abc.net.au
NATO has deployed ground troops to assist Afghan forces following the Taliban's takeover of Kunduz, marking the most significant territorial gain by the Taliban since the US-led invasion in 2001. Journalist Roxanna Shapour, based in Kabul, provides insights into the reignited conflict and its implications for Afghanistan's stability.
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