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Afghanistan to start issuing passports again

KABUL Afghanistan will begin issuing passports to its citizens again today, a senior official said, following months of delays that hampered attempts via these trying to flee the country after the Taliban seized control in August. The…

5 killed in multiple attacks in Jalalabad

Kabul The eastern province of Nangarhar witnessed multiple attacks in Jalalabad city on Wednesday resulting in the death of 5 persons, reported Tolo News. Four explosions in different parts of the town took the lives of two people and…

Thousands homeless as Taliban eject Afghans

Kandahar, Afghanistan Ikramullah was at work on a car wash in Kandahar city on Saturday when he got an urgent call from his family. The 28-year-old rushed home to search out a group of armed Taliban fighters who had found his house,…

Taliban now in charge in a Kabul prison

KABUL Once, Kabul’s main prison was crowded with thousands of Taliban captured and arrested by the govt. On Monday, a Taliban commander strolled through its empty halls and cell blocks, showing his friends where he had once been…

Taliban modified the curriculum

KABUL The Ministry of Higher Education announced on Sunday that some subjects which contrast with Islam's Sharia are going to be dropped from the upper education curriculum. It comes as private universities and other education…

150 Americans expected to fly out of Kabul

KABUL Two Qatari officials say they expect 100 to 150 Americans to fly out from Kabul’s airport in the coming hours. If confirmed, this would mark the first large-scale evacuation of Americans from Afghanistan since the last U.S.…

Key players in the Taliban’s new government

KABUL Taliban on Tuesday announced prominent posts for their new government after they seized control of the country and ousted the previous regime last month. Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund, who is on a UN sanctions list, was named as…

World reacting to Afghan refugees

Taliban takeover of Kabul on Aug. 15, many thousands of Afghans rushed to the air terminal in the capital bearing in mind the end hopes of catching planes to western nations. In the days subsequent to holding onto power, Taliban…

Taliban ‘Doing House to house Manhunt’

The Taliban have moved forward their quest for individuals who worked for Nato powers or the past Afghan government, a UN report has cautioned. It said the assailants have been going house to house to discover targets and compromise…

Afghan reality awakening

In the midst of the disarray of Taliban-held Afghanistan, part of the global media, a few intellectuals, and the Biden organization are pushing stories that build up their own self-serving sees, yet regularly don't mirror the truth on the…

The Taliban’s real test

Abdul Sattar The triumph of the Taliban may have created a ripple of excitement among right-wing circles in Pakistan but it has also sent a shiver down the spines of human rights activists, who fear reprisals and revenge killings. The…

Would you recognize the Taliban?

The Taliban have returned to power in Afghanistan after two decades. Over the next few weeks and months, a host of foreign nations with a stake in the country's future will have to make a very tough choice: grant legitimacy to a regime that…

Taliban Discussing Future Govt in Doha

The Taliban said discussions are underway in Doha about a future government, including its structure and name, and they are expected to report on the process in the very near future. A high-ranking official of the Taliban told their…

A critical stage in Afghan peace process

Merve Seren First attempts to initiate peace talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government to establish peace in Afghanistan came to the fore during Obama’s term. Still, the efforts between 2011 and 2013 failed. The talks planned…
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