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PIA runs first chartered commercial flight to Afghanistan             Afghan Education Ministry to Modify Curriculum             6 in 10 Americans say US ígone off on wrong trackí: Poll             US Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman: America would work with Taliban on Daesh-K             US lawlessness, Europe inaction responsible for status quo surrounding JCPOA: Iran FM             After Ida, small recovery signs amid daunting destruction             McConnell: Biden not going to be removed from office             Fighting Continues Between Taliban, Resistance Forces             Taliban Expected to Announce New Govt Soon             Biden Defends Decision to Withdraw From Afghanistan             Taliban accuse US of destroying equipment including helicopters             Qatar warns isolating Taliban could further destabilize Afghanistan             India announces first formal meeting with Taliban             Pentagon: China will soon surpass Russia as top nuclear threat             US warns citizens to Ďimmediatelyí leave Kabul airport            


UN seeks $600 million to avert Afghanistan humanitarian crisis

The United Nations is convening an aid conference in Geneva on Monday in an effort to raise more than $600 million for Afghanistan, warning of a humanitarian crisis. image1 According to the UN, even before the Islamic Emirateís...



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UN seeks $600 million to avert Afghanistan humanitarian crisis

The United Nations is convening an aid conference in Geneva on Monday in an effort to raise more than $600 million for Afghanistan, warning of a humanitarian crisis. According to the UN, even before the Islamic Emirateís seizure of Kabul last month, half the population - or 18 million people - was...




PIA runs first chartered commercial flight to Afghanistan

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) on Monday ran its first commercial flight to Kabul since the take over of the country last month by the Islamic Emirate, a spokesman for the airline said. The Boeing 777 with the flight number PK 6429 departed from Islamabad, Pakistan, as a commercial flight chartered...




Afghan Education Ministry to Modify Curriculum

The Ministry of Higher Education announced on Sunday that some subjects which contrast with Islamís Sharia will be dropped from the higher education curriculum. It comes as private universities and other higher education institutions reopened about a week ago in which classes were divided by gender. Acting...




US Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman: America would work with Taliban on Daesh-K

US Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, testifies before the Senate Armed Services Committee, March 4, 2020, on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP file photo) US Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gen. Mark Milley has said that the American military could coordinate with the Taliban on...




After Ida, small recovery signs amid daunting destruction

People walk up a street flooded in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, Wednesday, Sept. 1, 2021, in Jean Lafitte, La. Louisiana residents still reeling from flooding and damage caused by Hurricane Ida are scrambling for food, gas, water and relief from the oppressive heat. (Photo by AP) Lights came back...




Fighting Continues Between Taliban, Resistance Forces

Fighting is ongoing between Taliban fighters and the forces of a resistance front lead by Ahmad Massoud in Panjshir province. The Taliban confirmed that the fighting has been ongoing for two days and both sides have suffered casualties. "Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate were attacked from some circles...




Taliban Expected to Announce New Govt Soon

The Taliban said that the discussions held on forming a new government have been finalized and they will soon make an announcement. Anamullah Samangani, a member of the Talibanís cultural commission, said that Mullah Hebatullah Akhundzada, the leader of the Taliban, will also be the leader of the...




Biden Defends Decision to Withdraw From Afghanistan

The last US soldiers left Kabul on Monday at midnight. Addressing the people of the United States on Tuesday, Biden said the United States no longer had a clear purpose in keeping its soldiers in Afghanistan. He said the US military presence should have ended long ago in Afghanistan, and that he...




Taliban accuse US of destroying equipment including helicopters

The Taliban has accused the United States of intentionally damaging equipment at Kabulís Hamid Karzai International Airport during their withdrawal from Afghanistan. Anas Haqqani, a key Taliban member, visited Kabul airport a day after the last American soldier left Afghanistan, and said the US had...




Qatar warns isolating Taliban could further destabilize Afghanistan

Qatarís foreign minister on Tuesday warned that isolating the Taliban could lead to further instability and urged countries to engage with them to address security and socioeconomic concerns in Afghanistan. The U.S.-allied Gulf Arab state has emerged as a key interlocutor to the Taliban, having hosted...




India announces first formal meeting with Taliban

Indiaís ambassador to Qatar held talks with a top Taliban leader on Tuesday, the Indian foreign ministry said, the first formal diplomatic engagement since the Taliban took over Afghanistan. The envoy, Deepak Mittal, met Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanekzai, the head of the Talibanís Political Office in...




US warns citizens to Ďimmediatelyí leave Kabul airport

US soldiers stand guard behind barbed wire as Afghans sit on a roadside near the military part of the airport in Kabul on August 20, 2021. (Photo by AFP) The US Embassy in Kabul has warned Americans, who are looking to be evacuated out of Afghanistan following the Taliban takeover, to avoid travelling...




US strikes Daesh after deadly Kabul attack

The United States launched a drone strike against an Islamic State (Daesh) attack "planner" in eastern Afghanistan, the US military said on Friday, a day after a suicide bombing at Kabul airport killed 13 U.S. troops and over 60 Afghan civilians. US President Joe Biden vowed on Thursday that the United...




Panjshir: Massoud Wants to Talk But Ready to Fight

Ahmad Massoud, the son of Afghanistanís late National Hero Ahmad Shah Massoud, said he will never hand over Panjshir province to anyone, even as the Taliban increases its forces near the mountainous valley in northern Afghanistan. Speaking to Reuters, Massoud said he hoped for negotiations to resolve...




UK says has evacuated over 7,000 people from Afghanistan

The United Kingdom said late on Monday it has evacuated over 7,000 people from Afghanistan, adding that the evacuation process will run as long as the security situation allows and that no firm date was set for the end of evacuation flights, Reuters reported. "7,109 individuals have been evacuated...




OIC holds emergency meeting on Afghanistan

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) held an emergency meeting over the situation in Afghanistan on Sunday, calling on the international community to provide humanitarian aid. Initiated by Saudi Arabia, where the groupís headquarters is based, the meeting called for all factions in Afghanistan...




RSF presses Biden to evacuate journalists

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has called on US President Joe Biden to draw up a special plan to remove Afghan journalists at risk. The organization says the United States now appears to be concerned only with evacuating its own nationals and staff. "This will prevent the removal of people who are...




Taliban to unveil new Afghan govt framework within weeks, official says

The Taliban aim to unveil a new governing framework for Afghanistan in the next few weeks, a spokesman said on Saturday. "Legal, religious and foreign policy experts in the Taliban aim to present the new governing framework in the next few weeks," the official told Reuters.  




Greece completes wall extension on border as Afghan migrant fears grow

Greece said on Friday it had completed a 40-kilometre fence on its natural border with Turkey, and a new surveillance system was in place, amid concerns that there could be an increase in migrants into Europe after Talibanís takeover of Afghanistan. The recent development in Afghanistan has fuelled...




Biden Vows to íMobilize Every Resourceí for Evacuations

US President Joe Biden on Friday promised Americans in Afghanistan that "we will get you home," but warned the evacuation mission would be risky and dangerous, Reuters reported. "Thereíll be plenty of time to criticize and second guess when this operation is over," Biden said in a speech and answering...




Afghan Women to Taliban: íInclude Us In Your Govtí

Women who have been working in government and non-government agencies held a gathering to express concerns about the future and how women will be represented in any future government. This comes as the Taliban has said it has begun discussing the formation of a new government. "The people, the government,...




Taliban seeks intíl assistance for rebuilding Afghanistan

Afghanistan is seeking international assistance in terms of rebuilding the country after years of occupation by foreign troops, Suhail Shaheen, spokesman for the Taliban Political Office in Qatar, said Thursday. In an interview with China Global Television Network (CGTN), Shaheen expressed pleas for...




EUís Borrell says Taliban takeover of Afghanistan biggest event since Crimea

EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell addresses a joint press after a Foreign Affairs Council meeting at the EU headquarters in Brussels on July 12, 2021. (Photo by AFP) The EUís foreign policy chief says the collapse of the Western-backed administration and a subsequent takeover of Afghanistan by...




Pentagon DOES NOT KNOW how many Americans are still in Afghanistan, or how many were among the 7,000 evacuated so far

The US military has no idea how many Americans remain in Afghanistan, or even how many were among the 7,000 or so people that have been evacuated via the Kabul airport so far, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby told reporters. © U.S. Marine Corps/Sgt. Isaiah Campbell via Reuters Approximately 7,000...




Terrorist blast kills at least two people in Somali capital

This file photo shows the aftermath of a deadly bomb attack in the Somali capital of Mogadishu. At least two people have been killed and several others wounded in a terrorist attack in the Somali capital of Mogadishu. The deadly attack occurred late afternoon on Thursday when a terrorist detonated...




Taliban call on the world to recognize their movement

Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said Thursday that the Taliban wants friendly relations with all countries around the world, especially the United States, and that they have not been hostile towards any country. Speaking at a ceremony held to mark the 102nd anniversary of independence from British...




Turkey Still Aims to Maintain Kabul Airport Security: Erdogan

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday said that his country still aims to maintain security at the Kabul airport, after Taliban took control of Afghanistanís capital. Reuters reports that Turkish sources said this week that those original plans were dropped because of the chaos in Kabul, but...




IMF Blocks Afghanistanís Access to Emergency Reserves

The International Monetary Fund has suspended Afghanistanís access to IMF resources, including around $440 million in new monetary reserves, due to a lack of clarity over the countryís government after the Taliban took control of Kabul, Reuters reported on Thursday. The IMFís announcement came amid...




Taliban Says Governing Structure May Include Council

Wahidullah Hashemi, a member of the Taliban leadership, on Thursday said there is a possibility that Afghanistan will be led by a council that will govern under the authority of the Talibanís top leader Mullah Hibatullah Akhundzada. The statement by Hashemi came on Thursday, August 19, which marks...




Biden seeks ways to speed up evacuations from Afghanistan

U.S. President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris discussed ways to accelerate evacuations of Americans and refugees from Afghanistan with his national security team on Wednesday, a White House official told Reuters. This comes after the Taliban took control of Afghanistan in the past week. Biden...




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UN seeks $600 million to avert Afghanistan humanitarian crisis

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US lawlessness, Europe inaction responsible for status quo surrounding JCPOA: Iran FM

After Ida, small recovery signs amid daunting destruction

McConnell: Biden not going to be removed from office

Fighting Continues Between Taliban, Resistance Forces

Taliban Expected to Announce New Govt Soon

Biden Defends Decision to Withdraw From Afghanistan

Taliban accuse US of destroying equipment including helicopters

Qatar warns isolating Taliban could further destabilize Afghanistan

India announces first formal meeting with Taliban

Pentagon: China will soon surpass Russia as top nuclear threat

US warns citizens to Ďimmediatelyí leave Kabul airport

US strikes Daesh after deadly Kabul attack

Panjshir: Massoud Wants to Talk But Ready to Fight

UK says has evacuated over 7,000 people from Afghanistan

OIC holds emergency meeting on Afghanistan

RSF presses Biden to evacuate journalists

Taliban to unveil new Afghan govt framework within weeks, official says

Greece completes wall extension on border as Afghan migrant fears grow

Biden Vows to íMobilize Every Resourceí for Evacuations

Afghan Women to Taliban: íInclude Us In Your Govtí

Taliban seeks intíl assistance for rebuilding Afghanistan

EUís Borrell says Taliban takeover of Afghanistan biggest event since Crimea

Pentagon DOES NOT KNOW how many Americans are still in Afghanistan, or how many were among the 7,000 evacuated so far

Terrorist blast kills at least two people in Somali capital

Taliban call on the world to recognize their movement

Turkey Still Aims to Maintain Kabul Airport Security: Erdogan

IMF Blocks Afghanistanís Access to Emergency Reserves

Taliban Says Governing Structure May Include Council

Biden seeks ways to speed up evacuations from Afghanistan

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Afghan delegation meets with Pakistanís prime minister

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