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Turkish Airlines to resume Afghanistan flights

Ariana: Turkish Airlines will resume flights to Kabul and Mazar-i-Sharif in Afghanistan in March next year, it was reported this week. Turkish Airlines operated from Istanbul to Kabul for more than a decade. Since the political change in Afghanistan in Augus
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Turkish Airlines to resume Afghanistan flights

Ariana: Turkish Airlines will resume flights to Kabul and Mazar-i-Sharif in Afghanistan in March next year, it was reported this week. Turkish Airlines operated from Istanbul to Kabul for more than a decade. Since the political change in Afghanistan in August last year, Turkish Airlines like many other foreign airlines have conducted no flights toRead More...

Blacklisted’ Afghan interpreters were disqualified from U.S. visas. Now they’re in hiding

LA Times: The Times interviewed two dozen people about the issue, including interpreters, U.S. supervisors, advocates and lawyers, and reviewed hundreds of pages of internal State Department communications, government reports and visa applications. The interp
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Blacklisted’ Afghan interpreters were disqualified from U.S. visas. Now they’re in hiding

LA Times: The Times interviewed two dozen people about the issue, including interpreters, U.S. supervisors, advocates and lawyers, and reviewed hundreds of pages of internal State Department communications, government reports and visa applications. The interpreters who spoke to The Times said their visa petitions were denied despite receiving positive reviews from their military supervisors. InRead More...

Kabul: Protest of Hazara Women Against Hazara Genocide

Today, dozens of the Hazara women rally on the streets of Kabul to protest against the ongoing Hazara genocide. Reports, videos, and photos circulated on social media show that the Pashtun Taliban, who primarily targeted the Hazara and committed systematic cr
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Kabul: Protest of Hazara Women Against Hazara Genocide

Today, dozens of the Hazara women rally on the streets of Kabul to protest against the ongoing Hazara genocide. Reports, videos, and photos circulated on social media show that the Pashtun Taliban, who primarily targeted the Hazara and committed systematic crimes against them, fired on Hazara protesters. UNAMA human rights teams in Kabul helping establish accurate record of college attack in #Hazara neighbourhood. Latest UN figures show at least 35 killed & 82 hurt. Majority of (...) - Human Rights / Ethnic Groups, Highlight

NRF Launches Offensive on a Military Base in Parwan, Killing Three Taliban Fighters

8am: The National Resistance Front (NRF) launched an assault on a military base in Parwan province, killing at least three Taliban fighters. This attack took place on Friday night (September 30th) on the Taliban base in the Sehkoti area of ​​Jabal al-Sra
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NRF Launches Offensive on a Military Base in Parwan, Killing Three Taliban Fighters

8am: The National Resistance Front (NRF) launched an assault on a military base in Parwan province, killing at least three Taliban fighters. This attack took place on Friday night (September 30th) on the Taliban base in the Sehkoti area of ​​Jabal al-Sraj district, Parwan province. Click here to read more (external link).

Afghan Women Protest Against ‘Hazara Genocide’ After Deadly Suicide Bombing

By RFE/RL’s Radio Azadi October 1, 2022 Several dozen Afghans, mostly women, have protested after a suicide bombing killed dozens of mostly female students preparing for university entrance exams in Kabul. Police have put the death toll in the Septembe
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Afghan Women Protest Against ‘Hazara Genocide’ After Deadly Suicide Bombing

By RFE/RL’s Radio Azadi October 1, 2022 Several dozen Afghans, mostly women, have protested after a suicide bombing killed dozens of mostly female students preparing for university entrance exams in Kabul. Police have put the death toll in the September 30 attack at “at least 20 people,” while the United Nations told the AFP news agencyRead More...

Hazara Victims of the Taliban Terrorist-Pashtunist Attack

It is a picture of the Hazara victims of today's attack by the Pashtun Taliban. Pashtun Taliban terrorists and their one ethnic and one gender government are not only willing to protect the Hazara but systematically commit systematic crimes, including genoci
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Hazara Victims of the Taliban Terrorist-Pashtunist Attack

It is a picture of the Hazara victims of today's attack by the Pashtun Taliban. Pashtun Taliban terrorists and their one ethnic and one gender government are not only willing to protect the Hazara but systematically commit systematic crimes, including genocide and forced displacement against the Hazara indigenous people. In the last several months, many Hazara natives have been forced out of their homes in Daikondy, Oruzgan, Ghazni, Baghlan, Balkhab, and other areas of Hazaristan. The (...) - Photo

Former TOLOnews Journalist ‘Every Day We Faced a New Law’

Muska Safi VOA News September 30, 2022 ISLAMABAD — It’s a photo that caught the world’s attention: A news anchor at one of Afghanistan’s most prominent news outlets, pictured with her head in her hands after the Taliban ordered women to cover up. Th
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Former TOLOnews Journalist ‘Every Day We Faced a New Law’

Muska Safi VOA News September 30, 2022 ISLAMABAD — It’s a photo that caught the world’s attention: A news anchor at one of Afghanistan’s most prominent news outlets, pictured with her head in her hands after the Taliban ordered women to cover up. The woman pictured, TOLOnews anchor Khatera Ahmadi, says that despite increasing restrictions onRead More...

Tensions Increase Between Pakistan, Afghan Taliban Despite Historical Ties

By Abubakar Siddique Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty September 30, 2022 Pakistan has been the Afghan Taliban’s key foreign sponsor for decades, with Islamabad harboring the militant group’s leadership during the nearly 20-year U.S.-led war in nei
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Tensions Increase Between Pakistan, Afghan Taliban Despite Historical Ties

By Abubakar Siddique Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty September 30, 2022 Pakistan has been the Afghan Taliban’s key foreign sponsor for decades, with Islamabad harboring the militant group’s leadership during the nearly 20-year U.S.-led war in neighboring Afghanistan. But since the Taliban seized power in August 2021, its ties with Islamabad have deteriorated amid deadly border clashes.Read More...

کابل: جنایات گروه های تروریستی پشتونیستی همچنان ادامه دارد

کابل پرس: بار دیگر حمله ی خونینی گروه های تروریستی پشتونیستی/افغانی به یک مرکز آموزشی در غرب کابل، ده ها کشته و زخمی بجای گذاشت. این نخستین جنای
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کابل: جنایات گروه های تروریستی پشتونیستی همچنان ادامه دارد

کابل پرس: بار دیگر حمله ی خونینی گروه های تروریستی پشتونیستی/افغانی به یک مرکز آموزشی در غرب کابل، ده ها کشته و زخمی بجای گذاشت. این نخستین جنایت این گروه ها نیست و تا زمانی که مساله ی کشور جعلی افغانستان بصورت اساسی حل نشود و اشغالگران افغان از سرزمین های غیر افغان ها اخراج نشوند، این جنایات همچنان ادامه خواهند داشت. گروه های تروریستی پشتونیستی زیر نام های مختلف دست به جنایت می زنند که طالب و کوچی و داعشی برخی از این نام ها می باشند. در تازه ترین جنایت این گروه ها حدود 60 تن از دانش آموزان مردم هزاره در غرب شهر کابل در روز سی ام سپتامبر 2022 به خاک و خون (...) - حقوق بشر / هایلایت

Kabul: Bloody Attack of the Pashtunist-Terrorist Groups on Hazara Killed and Injured 60 Pupils

Kabul Press: A new bloody attack carried out by Pashtunist terrorist groups in the west of Kabul killed and injured at least 60 Hazara pupils, including girls. Similar attacks by Pashtun Taliban suicide bombers in recent years killed thousands of the Hazara p
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Kabul: Bloody Attack of the Pashtunist-Terrorist Groups on Hazara Killed and Injured 60 Pupils

Kabul Press: A new bloody attack carried out by Pashtunist terrorist groups in the west of Kabul killed and injured at least 60 Hazara pupils, including girls. Similar attacks by Pashtun Taliban suicide bombers in recent years killed thousands of the Hazara pupils inside schools and education centers. Depending on the circumstances, the terrorists carry out the attacks under the name of the Taliban, Daesh, Kochi, or another terrorist group. In all cases, the aim is to lead Pashtun (...) - Human Rights / Highlight

Iran warns about rise of terrorist groups in Afghanistan

Mehr News Agency: Addressing a UN Security Council meeting on the situation in Afghanistan, Zahra Ershadi expressed concern over the reports on the resurgence of ISIL-affiliated terrorist groups in Afghanistan. “The de-facto authorities must commit to f
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Iran warns about rise of terrorist groups in Afghanistan

Mehr News Agency: Addressing a UN Security Council meeting on the situation in Afghanistan, Zahra Ershadi expressed concern over the reports on the resurgence of ISIL-affiliated terrorist groups in Afghanistan. “The de-facto authorities must commit to fighting terrorism and ensure to take all appropriate steps to protect diplomatic and consular premises against any intrusion orRead More...

NRF Attacks in Takhar Kill Taliban Commander and Injure Seven Others

8am: Local sources in Takhar report two attacks by the Resistance Front forces on Taliban’s positions in this province. According to local sources, in the first attack carried out on Wednesday night, September 28, in Mashabah Qishlaq village of Dasht-e-Qal
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NRF Attacks in Takhar Kill Taliban Commander and Injure Seven Others

8am: Local sources in Takhar report two attacks by the Resistance Front forces on Taliban’s positions in this province. According to local sources, in the first attack carried out on Wednesday night, September 28, in Mashabah Qishlaq village of Dasht-e-Qala district of Takhar, as a result of which, Qari Khelan, one of the local TalibanRead More...

Taliban and Russia Agree to ‘Special Discount’ on Purchase of Gas, Oil, and Wheat

Khaama: According to Abdul Salam Jawad Akhundzada, a spokesman for the Taliban Ministry of Commerce and Industry, products including gasoline, diesel, gas, and wheat will be purchased at a “special discount” in Russian currency. According to the agreement
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Taliban and Russia Agree to ‘Special Discount’ on Purchase of Gas, Oil, and Wheat

Khaama: According to Abdul Salam Jawad Akhundzada, a spokesman for the Taliban Ministry of Commerce and Industry, products including gasoline, diesel, gas, and wheat will be purchased at a “special discount” in Russian currency. According to the agreement, Russia will supply a million tons of petrol, one million tons of diesel, 500,000 tons of liquefiedRead More...

Taliban Removes Persian Language from Herat University’s Signboard and Sanaie Weekly in Ghazni

8am: In continuation of the Taliban’s recent anti-Persian initiatives, the group has removed the word “Danishgah = University” from the Signboard of Herat University in Herat province. On Wednesday, September 28, local sources talking to Hasht-e Subh sa
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Taliban Removes Persian Language from Herat University’s Signboard and Sanaie Weekly in Ghazni

8am: In continuation of the Taliban’s recent anti-Persian initiatives, the group has removed the word “Danishgah = University” from the Signboard of Herat University in Herat province. On Wednesday, September 28, local sources talking to Hasht-e Subh said that the Taliban group has installed a new signboard with the Pashtu version of “Herat Pohantoon =Read More...

Top Afghan Taliban Official Urges Reopening Girls’ Schools

Ayaz Gul VOA News September 27, 2022 ISLAMABAD — A senior Taliban official Tuesday called on his men-only government in Afghanistan to reopen all secondary schools to girls without further delay, saying there is no Islamic restriction on female education.
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Top Afghan Taliban Official Urges Reopening Girls’ Schools

Ayaz Gul VOA News September 27, 2022 ISLAMABAD — A senior Taliban official Tuesday called on his men-only government in Afghanistan to reopen all secondary schools to girls without further delay, saying there is no Islamic restriction on female education. Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanikzai, the Taliban deputy foreign minister, made the rare appeal in a televisedRead More...

With Sikhs practically extinct in Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, India’s case as a natural homeland deserves a revisit

Monica Verma via Firstpost: If they can’t come back to India which was once the land of their ancestors, then where do they go? The fact that the Sikhs weren’t allowed to carry their scriptures by the current Taliban government to India and the fact that
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With Sikhs practically extinct in Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, India’s case as a natural homeland deserves a revisit

Monica Verma via Firstpost: If they can’t come back to India which was once the land of their ancestors, then where do they go? The fact that the Sikhs weren’t allowed to carry their scriptures by the current Taliban government to India and the fact that Sikhs will soon be an extinct minority in AfghanistanRead More...

Afghanistan: Hazaras Doubly Terrorized – Analysis

SATP: The Hazaras suffer from a double persecution, first on the ground of ethnic difference with the majority Pashtun tribes, and second, because they follow the Shia sect of Islam in a Sunni majority country. The Hazara community is Afghanistan’s third la
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Afghanistan: Hazaras Doubly Terrorized – Analysis

SATP: The Hazaras suffer from a double persecution, first on the ground of ethnic difference with the majority Pashtun tribes, and second, because they follow the Shia sect of Islam in a Sunni majority country. The Hazara community is Afghanistan’s third largest ethnic group. Their distinct features make them easy prey for Sunni hardliners, bothRead More...

Afghanistan’s money is crumbling to pieces, just like its economy

LA Times: In previous years, the Afghan central bank — known as Da Afghanistan Bank, or DAB — would withdraw annually 3 billion to 4 billion afghanis’ worth (about $33 million to $45 million) of decrepit banknotes and substitute them with new ones print
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Afghanistan’s money is crumbling to pieces, just like its economy

LA Times: In previous years, the Afghan central bank — known as Da Afghanistan Bank, or DAB — would withdraw annually 3 billion to 4 billion afghanis’ worth (about $33 million to $45 million) of decrepit banknotes and substitute them with new ones printed abroad. (Afghanistan does not have its own mint.) But the internationalRead More...

Taliban’s New Rule: Men, Women Not Allowed to Run Media Programs Jointly

8am: Sources in the visual media based in Kabul told Hasht-e Subh on Monday (September 26th) that the Taliban have imposed new restrictions on the presenters of TV programs. Based on reports, the Taliban have recently told the managers of media outlets that m
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Taliban’s New Rule: Men, Women Not Allowed to Run Media Programs Jointly

8am: Sources in the visual media based in Kabul told Hasht-e Subh on Monday (September 26th) that the Taliban have imposed new restrictions on the presenters of TV programs. Based on reports, the Taliban have recently told the managers of media outlets that male and female presenters will not be able to run joint programsRead More...

Support For Afghan Resistance A No-Brainer – Analysis

Luke Coffey via Arab News: Firstly, allocate a percentage of the frozen assets of the central bank of Afghanistan to the resistance front to support and fund its activities. The US currently holds about $7 billion of these frozen funds. American policymakers
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Support For Afghan Resistance A No-Brainer – Analysis

Luke Coffey via Arab News: Firstly, allocate a percentage of the frozen assets of the central bank of Afghanistan to the resistance front to support and fund its activities. The US currently holds about $7 billion of these frozen funds. American policymakers should explore legal ways to divert some of them to the group’s politicalRead More...

For many Afghan kids, school isn’t an option. They’re needed at work.

AP: The number of children put to work in Afghanistan is growing, fueled by the collapse of the economy after the Taliban took over the country and the world cut off financial aid just over a year ago. Click here to read more (external link). Related Photos:
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For many Afghan kids, school isn’t an option. They’re needed at work.

AP: The number of children put to work in Afghanistan is growing, fueled by the collapse of the economy after the Taliban took over the country and the world cut off financial aid just over a year ago. Click here to read more (external link). Related Photos: Backbreaking work for kids in Afghan brick kilns

An explosion in Faizabad, Badakhshan Results Casualties

8am: Local sources have further said that this explosion took place on Sunday evening, September 25, near the municipality building of Old City of Faizabad and left casualties. It was a roadside mine explosion and the victims are civilians. Click here to rea
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An explosion in Faizabad, Badakhshan Results Casualties

8am: Local sources have further said that this explosion took place on Sunday evening, September 25, near the municipality building of Old City of Faizabad and left casualties. It was a roadside mine explosion and the victims are civilians. Click here to read more (external link).

Saudi calls on Kabul not to allow the country to become a terrorist haven

Ariana: Saudi Arabia has asked the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) [Taliban] to not let the country become a sanctuary for terrorist activities. Speaking at the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly, Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Faisa
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Saudi calls on Kabul not to allow the country to become a terrorist haven

Ariana: Saudi Arabia has asked the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA) [Taliban] to not let the country become a sanctuary for terrorist activities. Speaking at the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly, Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud has called for the joint cooperation of all countries to prevent AfghanistanRead More...

تیم کریکت قومی و گروه قومی طالبان

گروه طالبان یک گروه قومی است که با کمک گروه های مختلف پشتونیستی از افغان ملت و راوا و حزب اسلامی و...و افرادی چون کرزی و غنی احمدزی و زلمی خلیلزا
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تیم کریکت قومی و گروه قومی طالبان

گروه طالبان یک گروه قومی است که با کمک گروه های مختلف پشتونیستی از افغان ملت و راوا و حزب اسلامی و...و افرادی چون کرزی و غنی احمدزی و زلمی خلیلزاد و .... و البته کمک استخباراتی کشورهای مختلف قدرت را بدست گرفت و اکنون اشغالگران افغان بر سرزمین مردم غیر افغان تسلط پیدا کرده اند. تیم کریکت افغانی هم که برخی از آنان از پشتون های پاکستانی تشکیل شده و بسیاری آن را تیم ب کریکت پاکستان می خوانند از ترکیبی تک قومی برخوردار است. در این عکس برخی از اعضای مهم این تیم تک قومی را در کنار یکی از مقامات ارشد گروه تروریستی طالبان می بینید. نخست: #کریکت بازی استعمار است و (...) - عکس / تروريزم، کوچی طالبان، طالبان، القاعده و داعش

Taliban Destroy the Poppy Fields After Collecting the Harvest

8am: Local sources in Ghazni report that on Friday, September 23, the Taliban started destroying poppy fields in the Gilan district of this province, while they had already collected the crops two weeks ago. According to sources, the local Taliban are involve
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Taliban Destroy the Poppy Fields After Collecting the Harvest

8am: Local sources in Ghazni report that on Friday, September 23, the Taliban started destroying poppy fields in the Gilan district of this province, while they had already collected the crops two weeks ago. According to sources, the local Taliban are involved in the planting, production, and trafficking of narcotics, and have dramatically destroyed harvestedRead More...

Taliban Harassment Of Couples A Blow To Afghan Restaurants

By RFE/RL’s Radio Azadi September 24, 2022 Maryam Hotak loves eating out and Kabul, the Afghan capital where she lives, has an ample number of eateries offering succulent kebabs, greasy beef pilaf, and delicious “manto” dumplings. The city
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Taliban Harassment Of Couples A Blow To Afghan Restaurants

By RFE/RL’s Radio Azadi September 24, 2022 Maryam Hotak loves eating out and Kabul, the Afghan capital where she lives, has an ample number of eateries offering succulent kebabs, greasy beef pilaf, and delicious “manto” dumplings. The city of 5 million’s fast-food joints and upscale restaurants offer foreign and Afghan cuisine. Unfortunately, many of these eateriesRead More...

Taliban Restrictions Threaten Women’s Health, Entire Afghan Care System

Michael Hughes: The Taliban’s draconian gender-based restrictions are harmful to Afghan women and threaten to undermine the country’s entire health system, two new reports by medical experts revealed this week. The reports come as several governments and
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Taliban Restrictions Threaten Women’s Health, Entire Afghan Care System

Michael Hughes: The Taliban’s draconian gender-based restrictions are harmful to Afghan women and threaten to undermine the country’s entire health system, two new reports by medical experts revealed this week. The reports come as several governments and NGOs across the world ratchet up pressure on the Taliban to roll back restrictions imposed on women andRead More...

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