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MILITARY

Hundreds Dead As 'Lion Of Panjshir' Fighters Battles Taliban Terrorists - Photos

According to the report, hundreds of fighters had been killed in a battle between Lions of Panjshir fighters and the Taliban terrorists. The Panjshir is a town in Afghanistan and had been a tough city to be claimed by the Taliban group since the group takes over the country.

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Hundreds Dead As 'Lion Of Panjshir' Fighters Battles Taliban Terrorists - Photos

SPORTS

Meet 6 Famous Footballers From Afghanistan (Photos)

1. Sandjar Ahmadi Afghan footballer Sandjar Ahmadi is 29 years old and plays as a striker for Hamm United FC and the Afghanistan national football team. He was born in Kabul, Afghanistan. The Afghan national team's all-time leading scorer, he scored the game-winning goal against Laos in the AFC Challenge Cup qualifying match.

  2 months ago ago
Meet 6 Famous Footballers From Afghanistan (Photos)

MILITARY

OPINION: The Taliban Went Too Far By Using Tear Gas To Disperse Afghan Women Protesting In Kabul

According to a report from Sahara Reporters, Taliban special forces dressed in camouflage fired their weapons into the air on Saturday, bringing an abrupt and terrifying end to the latest protest march in the capital by Afghan women demanding equal rights from the new rulers. The second women's march in Kabul in as many days began peacefully.

  2 months ago ago
OPINION: The Taliban Went Too Far By Using Tear Gas To Disperse Afghan Women Protesting In Kabul

MILITARY

OPINION: The Joint Work Between Afghanistan Police And Taliban, A Catalyst To Country's Growth

The recent overthrowing of the Afghanistan government by fierce members of the Taliban has left many people befuddled and filled with fear, and that saw the desperation of many Afghanistan nationals trying to leave the country at all cost. Photo credit: BBC News. Ever since the Taliban have taken control of the presidential palace in Kabul on August 16, 2021, as captured by Qatar-based Al-Jazeera television, things have gradually shifted towards Islamization across the country as women are now mandated to put on complete veil to cover their bodies in public places.

  2 months ago ago
OPINION: The Joint Work Between Afghanistan Police And Taliban, A Catalyst To Country's Growth

MILITARY

U.S. the biggest saboteur of global stability

Photo taken on Aug. 20, 2021 shows a view in Kabul, Afghanistan. (Photo by Saifurahman Safi/Xinhua) By Zhong Sheng, People's Daily Multiple U.S. media organizations recently revealed, upon extensive investigations, that the drone strike launched by the U.S. military at the end of August against a purported planned attack at the Kabul airport killed 10 civilians, not terrorists.

  2 months ago ago
U.S. the biggest saboteur of global stability

SOCIETY

Taliban Ban Barbers From Shaving, Trimming Men's Beards In Afghanistan, Say It Is Not Islamic.

The Taliban have cautioned barbers in Helmand area in Afghanistan to stop shaving or trimming beards. They said shaving off beards breaks their understanding of Islamic law. In a report by BBC, the Taliban police said anybody found abusing the standard will be seriously punished. As for the report, in a notification posted on salons in southern Helmand area, the Taliban officials cautioned the hairdressers to adhere to Sharia law for hair styles and beards.

  2 months ago ago
Taliban Ban Barbers From Shaving, Trimming Men's Beards In Afghanistan, Say It Is Not Islamic.

EDUCATION

Taliban force Afghan universities to demarcate classes with curtains, to separate men from women.

Some universities in Afghanistan have been forced by the Taliban government, to keep the female separate from the male students, in the class. The universities which resumed under Taliban government, separated the classrooms with curtains. According to the reports, teachers in Kabul, Kandahar and Herat, said that male students are being kept and taught separate.

  2 months ago ago
Taliban force Afghan universities to demarcate classes with curtains, to separate men from women.

EDUCATION

Taliban Rules: Afghanistan Male and Female Students Separated By Curtain in Classroom (photos)

The Taliban are a group of people that govern the people according to rules and regulations of sharia. The sharia serves as their constitution. In line with the new rules imposed by the Taliban, a private university in Kabul has installed a curtain to separate male and female students in the classroom which means there will be no more mixture of different gender in their institutions.

  2 months ago ago
Taliban Rules: Afghanistan Male and Female Students Separated By Curtain in Classroom (photos)

MILITARY

Taliban Terrorists Roundup Women Protesters With Assault Rifles - Photos

Pictures going viral online show a horrific scene where Taliban fighters aimed assault rifles at protesters after rounding them up in a car park. In a report, Taliban fighters have continued to crack down on Afghans since they took over power in the country. The terrorists have opened fire on protesters after gathering them in a car park.

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Taliban Terrorists Roundup Women Protesters With Assault Rifles - Photos

POLITICS

Photos: Taliban have takes over the glitzy Kabul mansion of the ex Vice President Abdul Rashid Dostum

The news of the political unrest happening in Afghanistan has been trending for weeks now, according to various publications, it is no longer surprising that the Taliban in Afghanistan had taken over Kabul, the country’s capital, 20 years after the US chased them. The U.S.-led invasion of Afghanistan in 2001 ousted the insurgents from power, but they never left.

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Photos: Taliban have takes over the glitzy Kabul mansion of the ex Vice President Abdul Rashid Dostum

MILITARY

Afghan police return to work alongside Taliban at airport

For the first time since the Islamists seized power, Afghan police at Kabul airport have returned to work, manning checkpoints alongside Taliban security, officers said Sunday. When the Taliban overthrew the government in Kabul last month, police officers fled, frightened of what the Islamists could do.

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Afghan police return to work alongside Taliban at airport

MILITARY

Afghanistan: Taliban Accused Of torturing Two Journalists For Covering Protests In Kabul - Photos

Taliban fighters have reportedly been accused of beating and detaining journalists for covering protests in the Afghan capital Kabul, raising questions over the group’s promises on media freedom. The name of the journalists who suffered in the hands of the Taliban are Taqi Daryabi and Nematullah Naqdi.

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Afghanistan: Taliban Accused Of torturing Two Journalists For Covering Protests In Kabul - Photos

JUSTICE

Violence broke out after Taliban troops stopped women from protesting

The Talibans have locked up some women who partook in a protest held near the presidential Castle in Kabul in the early hours of today. It was an incredibly public display by women, who suffered brutal subjugation the last time the Taliban were in charge. Those who took to the streets in recent days fear the group has not changed.

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Violence broke out after Taliban troops stopped women from protesting

EDUCATION

Photos Of Afghan Male And Female Students Separated By Curtain In Class

As it has always been, a class where students communicate and relate with each other is mostly good and recommended for all schools and environments. Pictures of Afghan students sitting separately according to gender have got so many reactions on social media. The new rules were imposed in line with what has been happening in the country.

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Photos Of Afghan Male And Female Students Separated By Curtain In Class

EDUCATION

Taliban Use Curtain To Separate Male And Female Students In A University - A Smart Move Or Not?

It is no more news that the Taliban has taken control of Afghanistan after the president admitted defeat and fled the country. Following this effect, the Taliban imposed new rules and asked everyone to abide to them. In line with the new rules imposed by the Taliban, a private university in Kabul installed a curtain in order to separate the male and female students.

  2 months ago ago
Taliban Use Curtain To Separate Male And Female Students In A University - A Smart Move Or Not?

JUSTICE

Men And Women Protest Against The Taliban's Return To Power In Afghanistan

Men and women in Kabul have reportedly protested against the Taliban's return to power in Afghanistan. It is no longer new that the political power in Afghanistan has been taken over by a group of people known as the Taliban while the country's President reportedly fled from the country.

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Men And Women Protest Against The Taliban's Return To Power In Afghanistan

ECONOMY-FINANCE

With the help of China, the Taliban will fight for an economic comeback in Afghanistan - Spokesman

Zabihullah Mujahid, Taliban spokesman said the Taliban will rely on China funds following the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan and its takeover of the country. Afghanistan's capital control was seized by the Taliban few days ago, following the chaotic departure of foreign troops from Kabul airport in recent weeks, Western states have severely restricted their aid payments to Afghanistan.

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With the help of China, the Taliban will fight for an economic comeback in Afghanistan - Spokesman

EDUCATION

Afghanistan To Separate Classrooms With Curtains For Male And Female Students - Photos

Afghanistan has announced its decision to divide lecture halls with curtains to separate male and female students in all educational institutions. According to pictures obtained, a thin curtain was used to divide a university lecture hall in Kabul. One side of the hall is for the males and the other side is for the females fully clothed in hijab.

  2 months ago ago
Afghanistan To Separate Classrooms With Curtains For Male And Female Students - Photos

MILITARY

Taliban Announces New Afghanistan Government Filled With 'Old Faces'

The news of the political unrest happening in Afghanistan has been trending for weeks now, according to various publications, it is no longer surprising that the Taliban in Afghanistan had taken over Kabul, the country’s capital, 20 years after the US chased them. The U.S.-led invasion of Afghanistan in 2001 ousted the insurgents from power, but they never left.

  2 months ago ago
Taliban Announces New Afghanistan Government Filled With 'Old Faces'

MILITARY

US Admits Kabul Drone Strike killed Civilians

The US admits that the drone strike in Kabul killed 10 innocent civilians before the military evacuation.An investigation carried out by a US Central Command discovered that the drone strike killed an aid worker together with nine members of his family. His youngest child, Sumaya was just two years of age.

  2 months ago ago
US Admits Kabul Drone Strike killed Civilians