How news outlets got Afghan colleagues out of Kabul

How news outlets got Afghan colleagues out of Kabul British troops are removing British citizens and eligible Afghans after armed groups seized control of the capital, Kabul. So far 10 people have said that 606 British nationals and 2,052 Afghans have been evacuated. One British aid worker thought he was “lucky” to escape, but we said “don’t forget Afghanistan.” How news outlets got Afghan colleagues out of Kabul Kitty Chevalier, a 24-year-old charity worker from Basingstoke, Hampshire, left Kabul on Monday morning on a British eviction flight. He said he…

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Several killed in afghan protest

Several killed in afghan protest According to witnesses, several people were killed in the city of Afghanistan in Asadabad on Thursday when Taliban fighters fired at flag-raising people at an Independence Day rally. This is the first Taliban protest since the Taliban demolished the white flag on Sunday. Suggested video Equipped with AnyClip Taliban declares “end of war”, turmoil at the airport 7.1K Watch the video Several killed in afghan protest The Taliban have declared the war is over, and now the turmoil is rampant at the airport Afghanistan: Who…

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World frets again about Afghan militant havens

World frets again about Afghan militant havens Muslim groups around the world have welcomed the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan, issuing a global warning that Afghanistan could once again be a safe haven for jihadists, inspired by its success. World frets again about Afghan militant havensThe Taliban have said they will not allow Afghanistan to be used to launch attacks on other countries. But experts say al-Qaeda, whose attack on the United States invaded Washington in 2001, is still linked to other militant groups, including neighboring Pakistan. One of the Taliban’s…

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How did the afghan military collapse so quickly

How did the afghan military collapse so quickly Over the past few days, Afghan security forces have attacked more than 15 cities under the pressure of the Taliban’s advance, which began in May. On Friday, authorities confirmed that it contained two important state capitals of the country, Kandahar and Herat. The rapid attack resulted in massive surrenders, helicopter hijacking, and millions of dollars worth of US-provided equipment, as shown in the Taliban granular cell phone video. In some cities, fierce fighting continued for weeks in the suburbs, but the Taliban…

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Taliban tighten control of Afghan north

Taliban tighten control of Afghan north Taliban fighters on Tuesday took control of the occupied Afghan territory as civilians hid in their homes and the commander of the parent government vowed to fight to death to protect Mazar-i-Sharif, the largest city in the north. Strengthened. President Ashraf Ghani has called on regional powers to support the government following the remarkable success of the Taliban’s withdrawal of US-led foreign troops. Meanwhile, UN officials said human rights developments are at risk of disappearing in the last two decades. Taliban tighten control of…

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Biden officials cling to to hope for Afghan peace

Biden officials cling to to hope for Afghan peace They say the peace process can succeed, at least in their official statement, even if the U.S. military withdraws from the country, and critics say the talks should be declared characterless and abandoned. But now, even the most enthusiastic U.S. officials are increasingly publicly acknowledging what they have said privately before. The outlook for the outcome of the talks, which could have partially saved a 20-year U.S. project in Afghanistan, seems to be fading fast. Biden officials cling to to hope…

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