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2 Taliban members Killed in Clashes with Unknown Armed men in Nangarhar

Three people, including two Taliban members were killed by unknown armed men in Jalalabad city of eastern Nangarhar province on Wednesday September 22. Taliban, however, say all the victims are civilians

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Women Protest in Kabul over Elimination of Ministry of Women

Dozens of women gathered on Sunday in front of the Ministry of Women affairs in Kabul to protest the ministry dissolution

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Blasts in Kabul, Nangarhar Killed at least 3, Injured 22

An explosion in eastern Nangarhar province killed at least 3 and wounded 20 more. The blast targeted a Taliban vehicle, according to reports

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Protests in Kandahar over Forced Displacement

Hundreds of people protested in the southern Kandahar province on Tuesday (September 14), against what they say are Taliban orders for citizens to leave their homes within 3 days

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Daikundi; 300 Families Claim Taliban Threatened them with Forced Migration

At least 300 families in the Gizab district of Daikundi province are threatened by the Taliban members to leave their homes and lands within 9-working days, according to a video clip released on social media networks

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Now is Time for International Community to Stand by people of Afghanistan: Guterres

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres called on Monday for the international community to engage with the Taliban to avert a total collapse of Afghanistan‘s economy

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Why the war on terror isn’t over

There’s no doubt that the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan was a historic event, but the end of aggressive U.S. imperialism – or, as some might like to call it, “liberal interventionism” – is not going to come about in just one epiphany moment – but rather through a protracted process

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Qatari Foreign Minister Arrives in Kabul

Qatari Foreign Minister (FM) Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani has arrived in the capital Kabul on Sunday, according to reports

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Inclusive Government without Women is Meaningless: Women in Balkh

Dozens of women in northern Balkh province came to the streets in support of their rights to education, employment, and political participation, stressing that their rights must not be ignored

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Six Neighboring Countries hold Meeting on Afghanistan

Pakistan hosted a meeting on the latest situation of Afghanistan with Special Representatives of China, Iran, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan in attendance

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Presence of Jafari Religious Scholars in Supreme Judicial Council ‘Essential’: Shia Ulema Council

Afghanistan’s Shia Ulema council called on the Taliban to form an inclusive government as soon as possible which must consider freedom of religion and sects. The council stressed that the problem of Afghanistan will not be resolved without establishing an inclusive government

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