Ms Nabizada was an MP until the government was overthrown by the Taliban in August 2021.
With new restrictions imposed by the Taliban, Afghan women fear what could come next.
A spokesman claims Islamic laws were being flouted as women are further excluded from public life.
The suspected suicide bombing in the Afghan capital targeted students at a tuition centre.
Obaidullah Jabarkhyl had been stranded in France before his visa was sorted out by the Home Office.
A suicide bomber was shot dead by guards as he approached the embassy gates, officials say.
A local hospital says five children, including a seven-year-old, are among those injured.
Dozens of female protesters in Afghanistan have been on a rare march for their rights in Kabul.
The militants fire into the air as women call for “work and freedom” after a year of Taliban rule.
An Afghan footballer fell to his death after trying to stow away on a plane during the US withdrawal.
The BBC goes on patrol with the Taliban’s “moral police”, whose job it is to enforce hard-line rule.
Two blasts outside a high school in the Afghan capital killed at least six people and wounded 20.
The UN has called for urgent aid as one million Afghan children are at risk from severe malnourishment.
The infant was lost after being handed to an American soldier at Kabul airport in August.
More and more Afghan children are having to work to support their families, amidst an economic collapse.
Thousands of pleas for help went unread and the foreign secretary lacked urgency, an ex-official says.
The Islamic State affiliate IS-K claims responsibility for the Sardar Daud Khan hospital attack.
Ten people were mistakenly killed by the US military in a drone strike on the Afghan capital.
The attack happened as a prayer ceremony was being held for the late mother of a Taliban official.
The BBC’s Jeremy Bowen goes inside Kabul’s main jail, where former Taliban inmates are now caretakers.
It is the latest restriction imposed on Afghanistan’s women by the country’s new Taliban rulers.
How the only female whirling dancer in Afghanistan made it out of Kabul.
The strike, days before the US pullout, killed 10 members of a family, not militants, an inquiry finds.
Taliban officials say the group’s co-founder left Kabul after an argument over the interim government.
Media question both the intelligence behind the US attack on a car in Kabul and the claims of success.
Wahida Faizi spoke to a reporter in August saying she feared the Taliban would kill her for her work.
Dozens of women march in Kabul and in Badakhshan province, angry at the new Taliban government.
Unrest grows as more Afghans demand women’s rights and chant anti-Taliban and anti-Pakistan slogans.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets on Tuesday to demand women’s rights and denounce Taliban rule.
Lt Col Ben Caesar helped look after the baby who was pulled over the airport wall in Afghanistan.