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World  /  Published 29.09.21

Kabul varsity bans women

Tightening the Taliban’s restrictions on women, the group’s new chancellor for Kabul University announced on Monday that women would be indefinitely banned from the institution either as i...
By Cora Engelbrecht, Sharif Hassan in New York

World  /  Published 29.09.21

No shaves or beard trims in Helmand

The Taliban on Monday banned barbershops in a southern Afghanistan province from shaving or trimming beards, claiming their edict is in line with Shariah, or Islamic, law.  The order in Helmand ...
By AP/PTI in Kabul

World  /  Published 25.09.21

Taliban rebuke fighters

The Taliban’s new defence minister has issued a rebuke over misconduct by some commanders and fighters following the movement’s victory over the western-backed government in Afghanistan la...
By Reuters in Peshawar

World  /  Published 21.09.21

Evacuation flights resume in Kabul

A fourth chartered flight carrying civilians from Afghanistan to Qatar since US forces withdrew last month left Kabul on Sunday with more than 230 passengers, including Afghans, Americans and European...
By Reuters in Dubai

World  /  Published 20.09.21

Kabul: Axe on women civic employees

Female employees in the Kabul city government have been told to stay home, with work only allowed for those who cannot be replaced by men, the interim mayor of Afghanistan’s capital said on Sund...
By AP, Reuters in Kabul

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World  /  Published 20.09.21

‘Biggest’ evacuation from Kabul

A fourth chartered flight carrying civilians from Afghanistan to Qatar since US forces withdrew last month left Kabul on Sunday with more than 230 passengers, including Afghans, Americans and European...
By Reuters in Dubai

World  /  Published 19.09.21

Kabul: Pentagon admits ‘mistake’

The Pentagon acknowledged on Friday that the last US drone strike before American troops withdrew from Afghanistan was a tragic mistake that killed 10 civilians, including seven children, after initia...
By Eric Schmitt, Helene Cooper in Washington

World  /  Published 18.09.21

Moral police crack down in Taliban-ruled Kabul

Workers in the Afghan capital Kabul replaced signs for the country’s women's ministry with those for the Taliban’s moral police on Friday, as female former employees of the department ...
By Reuters in Washington

Opinion  /  Published 17.09.21

Pakistan’s entanglement in Afghanistan

A month after the dramatic fall of the old order in Kabul, what is evident in Pakistan is a mix of sentiment ranging from quiet satisfaction to heady triumphalism. Three factors underwrite these views...
By T.C.A. Raghavan

World  /  Published 14.09.21

Hunger can kill 1m Afghan kids

The plight of the Afghan people came into stark relief on Monday when top UN officials warned that millions of people could run out of food before the arrival of winter and one million children could ...
By Marc Santora, Sami Sahak , Nick Cumming-Bruce in New York


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