A refugee from Afghanistan living in Manchester has welcomed the first peace talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government.
A warm day in Headingley did little to help Afghanistan make a mark in this year’s World Cup.
Bloodyminded promised to be the UK’s first single shot live broadcast interactive feature film. If you think this sounds ambitious, you would be correct.
Royal British Legion saved my life, says ex-serviceman poised to attend his first Remembrance Sunday
Remembrance Sunday is often the toughest time of the year for serving and ex-service personnel.
There’s more than just football to Afghan-born Danish international Nadia Nadim – who from January will start her Manchester City Women’s career.
If at first you don’t succeed, switch sports and try again. That’s the motto for Shrewsbury’s Nick Beighton as he looks to finally get hold of a Paralympic medal.
An Afghan asylum seeker has said that she feels like ‘nothing’ after being forced to flee from her homeland, whilst speaking at a rally for Labour leadership contender Andy Burnham in Manchester.
Richard Hill, from Saddleworth, recently left the RAF after serving half a year in Afghanistan and is aiming to secure a deal at one of the 10 teams competing in the televised competition during the upcoming season.
A young Manchester photography graduate could soon be jetting off to Ghana with a £20,000 commission to capture his dream project after snapping up a spot on a prestigious award shortlist.
Medair work in Syria, Haita and Afghanistan but visited Manchester this week. Mancunian Matters provide an inside view of the workings of the Christian values charity based out of Switzerland
The British flag was lowered and Camp Bastion was handed over to Afghan troops as all British soldiers left the camp