UN rights boss has credible reports of Taliban executions

UN rights boss has credible reports of Taliban executions The UN human rights chief said Tuesday that he had received credible reports of grave violations by the Taliban in Afghanistan, including “summary executions” of civilians and Afghan security forces who surrendered. UN rights boss has credible reports of Taliban executions Michelle Bachelet did not give details of the killings in her speech to the Human Rights Council, but she urged him to put in place a mechanism to closely monitor the actions of the Taliban. Under a resolution adopted by…

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Massoud say he won’t surrender to Taliban

Massoud say he won’t surrender to Taliban Despite the Taliban’s information warfare being negotiated with the Northern Alliance resistance in the Panjshir Valley, Ahmad Massoud, the leader of Afghanistan’s National Resistance Front, said he will follow in his father’s footsteps and will not will surrender to the Taliban. , which took control of the country after the United States and the Allies practically left Kabul. Massoud say he won’t surrender to TalibanThe French philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy said: “I just spoke on the phone with Ahmad Massoud. He told me:” I…

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Taliban Killed DW reporters relative

Taliban Killed DW reporters relative According to a German public broadcaster, a Taliban fighter shot dead a family of editors working for Deutsche Welle and seriously injured another while tracking a Western journalist. A state-owned broadcaster said the Taliban conducted house-to-house searches in western Afghanistan to find journalists who had already fled to Germany. According to a Deutsche Welle spokesman, the other family was able to escape at the last minute and fled Taliban Killed DW reporters relative Broadcasting director Peter Limburg has called on the German government to do…

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How to taliban outlasted a superpower

How to taliban outlasted a superpower On March 13, 2020, Taliban members gathered under a tree in the Allingala district of Laghman, Afghanistan. The Taliban are on the verge of their fervent desire for US troops to leave Afghanistan. They rarely abandon their radical ideology to do so. Jim Hailebruck / The New York Times On March 13, 2020, Taliban members gathered under a tree in the Allingala district of Laghman, Afghanistan. The Taliban are on the verge of their fervent desire for US troops to leave Afghanistan. They rarely…

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Taliban could take kabul in 90 days us intelligence

Taliban could take kabul in 90 days us intelligence According to new US intelligence, the Afghan capital could settle within zero days after the Taliban occupied more than a quarter of the country’s capital within a week. Since Friday, the group has occupied nine capital cities in Afghanistan, including Fayzabad, Farah, Pool Ikmuri, Saaripur, Sheberghan, Aibak, Kunduz, Tarkan and Zaranj. Continue reading Afghanistan’s IDP increases significantly as thousands of Taliban move forward Residents of Kunduz, Afghanistan, talk about the occupation of the Taliban Official Afghanistan Q & A: What will…

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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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Taliban claim responsibility for kabul car bomb

Taliban claim responsibility for kabul car bomb The Taliban claimed responsibility for a car bomb attack on the Afghan deputy defense minister’s residence on Wednesday, but hours later a bomb blast near the office of a major security agency in Kabul injured three people. Taliban claim responsibility for kabul car bomb Taliban spokesman Jabihullah Mujahid said the group had targeted Awasan on Tuesday night, adding that an important meeting was taking place at that time. The defense minister survived, but the attack represented the country’s growing security situation and was…

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