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ENTERTAINMENT

Taliban Bans Music In Afghanistan, To Persuade Afghans, To Abide By The New Rules

The Taliban has announced the ban on music in Afghanistan describing the action as a major to curb distractions. According to the spokesman of the group, Zabiullah Mujahid, the group has frowned at music in public places in the country. This is part of the rules to govern Afghans as stipulated by the new Taliban Government in the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.

  8 months ago ago
Taliban Bans Music In Afghanistan, To Persuade Afghans, To Abide By The New Rules

MILITARY

Taliban Gives Reasons Why Afghan Women Must Stay Home And Avoid Work

Women and girls in Afghanistan are not safe in the presence of Taliban soldiers, according to the militant group. As a result, Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid advised women not to go to work for their own safety. This looks to be a significant reversal in the group's messaging, as they previously stated that after assuming power in Kabul, they would be more open to women's rights and liberties.

  8 months ago ago
Taliban Gives Reasons Why Afghan Women Must Stay Home And Avoid Work

MILITARY

As Biden races against time to evacuate Afghans, the Talibans restrict Afghans from moving out

The Taliban has warned the United States to stick to next week's deadline to evacuate Afghans. On Tuesday, they said they won't be allowing the evacuation of Afghans anymore. The United State President, Joe Biden aims to stick with August 31 deadline to withdraw troops from the warring country as long as the evacuation isn't interrupted by the Talibans.

  8 months ago ago
As Biden races against time to evacuate Afghans, the Talibans restrict Afghans from moving out

OTHERS-TERRORISM

Terrorists Bomb a maternity hospital in Kabul

The city of Kabul had it peace tore apart as Gunmen stormed a maternity hospital in the western part of the Afghan capital Kabul, setting off an hours-long shoot-out with the police and killing 16 people, including two newborn babies, their mothers and an unspecified number of nurses. Images from the scene showed soldiers carrying one newborn baby to safety, swaddled in a blood-stained blanket. The Ministry of External Affairs in a statement said the “reprehensible” attacks, including on mothers, newb

  2 years ago ago
Terrorists Bomb a maternity hospital in Kabul