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The move is set to be made in the face of intense global scrutiny that expects the Taliban to manage a war-wracked economy and honour its pledges of a more "inclusive" government
Emal, who has also applied for one of the visas, said he struggled to understand why the family compound was struck. “They have such high technology they can see an ant on the ground, but they couldn't see a yard full of children?” he asked
The IMF said it was deeply concerned with economic conditions in Afghanistan, urging the international community to take urgent steps to stall a "looming humanitarian crisis" in the country