Officials from Korea’s Justice Ministry and Coast Guard wave their hands on Wednesday to welcome Afghans, who were evacuated from Kabul to Seoul in late August, to the Korea Coast Guard Academy in Yeosu, South Jeolla.
They were afraid for Kabul when the city fell. But fear seemed to be far from their minds when the Afghans, adults and children alike, spoke of their coming weeks and months to be spent in their new homes in Korea. “In Korea, there are no wars...
Children of Afghan "special contributors" evacuated from Kabul in August learn taekwondo at the National Human Resources Development Institute in Jincheon County, North Chungcheong, on Wednesday.
The Korea World Class Enterprise Association is underwriting 100 subscriptions to the Korea JoongAng Daily and New York Times for Afghan families brought to Korea after the fall of Kabul to the Taliban.
The North Korean Foreign Ministry in a recent statement criticized the U.S. pullout from Afghanistan, calling the American government a “destroyer of human rights and democracy.” “The international society has already come to know better through...
Korea completed the evacuation of Afghans who supported its activities in their homeland, dubbed “Operation Miracle," by airlifting a total of 390 people over a three-day period.
A group of 378 Afghans who worked with the Korean government over the years and their families — including many young children — arrived in Korea Thursday afternoon on a military aircraft.
Three Korean military planes are airlifting some 390 Afghans out of the war-torn country, Seoul's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Wednesday, to come to Korea.
Three Korean military planes are airlifting some 380 Afghans and their family members out of the war-torn country, Seoul's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Wednesday.
A group of women lawmakers led by Deputy Speaker Kim Sang-hee hold a press conference at the National Assembly on Tuesday to call for international efforts to protect the rights of Afghan women.