Many women who lived under the Taliban’s misogynist rule are haunted by memories, especially as peace still feels elusive
Emma Graham-HarrisonAfghan women are angry and worried that they have been largely excluded from peace talks. They have much to fear from a return to full-blown civil war, but a peace bought at the price of their rights will be a bitter one. Some of their concerns
Afghanistan women’s players have told the Guardian of sexual and physical abuse they claim they suffered from Keramuudin Karim
Emma Graham-Harrison‘There was blood everywhere’: horrific details of abuse case against Afghan FA president. Why is this not a bigger scandal? Hoping for action from Afghan government & pressure from Western officials who so often claim role as defenders of women's rights
National Crime Agency launches investigation into Banks and others linked to leave campaign
Emma Graham-HarrisonMore than two years after the vote, months to go before Brexit, and NCA only now beginning investigation into £2.9 million of campaign cash that the Electoral Commission has "reasonable grounds to suspect...came from impermissible sources"
Voters cast ballots despite attacks, equipment problems and coercion attempts
Emma Graham-HarrisonElections today in Afghanistan both inspiring & heartbreaking. People turning out not in spite of violence & corruption but because of it - desperate for any hope of change.
“There’s no good choice. I voted for bad candidates to prevent worse ones wining”
In the wake of Mr. Khashoggi’s disappearance, his editor at The Washington Post has emerged as a leading voice of protest and grief.
Emma Graham-HarrisonRead this interview with brilliant WashPost editor @KarenAttiah about Jamal Khashoggi and their work together. She has been such a powerful moral and political voice in the wake of his murder. I hope we will continue to hear from her