Taliban In Afghanistan
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The clip, which was posted by journalist Abdulhaq Omeri today, 25 April, shows a convoy of Taliban vehicles going forward on an empty street
Since storming back to power the Taliban have rolled back two decades of gains made by Afghanistan's women, who have been squeezed out of many government jobs and barred from travelling alone
Whether the elderly cleric is alive or dead is something many Afghans are uncertain about, and even the most dedicated analysts have doubts about who is really leading the group
The Ajit Doval-led meeting on 10 November in New Delhi will discuss all issues pertaining to security situation in Afghanistan and steps to ensure stability in the Taliban-ruled country
India wants to work with US to counter possible threats from terrorists groups working with Taliban: Pentagon
India is concerned about the intersection between the instability in Afghanistan and their counterterrorism concerns
Top strategic expert decodes what Taliban takeover in Afghanistan means for India, other stakeholders
Professor Harsh V Pant says global jihadist networks are celebrating Taliban victory and they are very likely to attack countries like India
China's Ambassador to Afghanistan Wang Yu and Acting Minister of Refugee Affairs of the Afghan caretaker government Khalil-ur-Rehman Haqqani attended the handover ceremony at the airport.
Taliban takeover sparks fear for Afghanistan's heritage after 20 years; reminiscent of Bamiyan Buddha destruction
"Everything is suspended," said Philippe Delanghe, from UNESCO, the UN's cultural agency, who said they are awaiting the decisions of the new regime on the inauguration of Bamiyan's new cultural centre should have been completed last month
Taliban arrests five journalists working with Kabul daily day after appointing hardliners in new Afghan govt
At least five journalists from Etilaatroz, a daily newspaper in Kabul, have been arrested by the Taliban, said ToloNews. It further reported the information was shared by Zaki Daryabi, the editor-in-chief of the newspaper, on Wednesday
Zabihullah Mujahid said the group supports the ‘One Belt, One Road’ initiative and looks to the Asian giant as its pass to the markets all over the world
Suhail Shaheen, Taliban spokesman for its political office in Doha, clarified that they have "no policy of conducting armed operations against any country"
On bringing back the remaining Indians from Afghanistan, Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said India will be able to revisit the matter once the Kabul airport resumes operation
Qatar urges Taliban to ensure 'safe passage' out of Afghanistan for those wanting to leave the war-torn country
Qatar hosted negotiations between the Taliban and the United States in recent years and was a transit point for about 43,000 evacuees from Afghanistan.
'Until we meet again': Afghan woman filmmaker shares heartbreaking post on being forced to flee Kabul
Roya Heydari said that she would go back to Afghanistan if the Taliban assured her that she could keep working
Afghanistan crisis: Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid denied that any attack was imminent at the airport. After the attack, he appeared to shirk blame, noting the airport is controlled by US troops
PCB expects Taliban to give green light to Afghanistan's upcoming series against Pakistan in Sri Lanka
A well-informed source in the PCB said that they had got positive signals from their counterparts in Afghanistan about the series.
Ahmad Massoud, son of famous anti-Taliban fighter, vows to follow father's footsteps and resist Afghan regime
In an opinion piece published in The Washington Post on Wednesday, Ahmad stated that he was following in his father's footsteps to take on the terror outfit with other fighters
India committed to the safe return of all Indians from Afghanistan, will make available flights once Kabul airport opens for commercial operations, added the External Affairs Minister
Asserting that Afghan people deserve to live in safety, security and dignity, the statement said that the international community stand ready to assist them.