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    Afghan People Starving, Forced To Sell Children, Body Part: UN Food Head

    The UN Head of World Food Program (WFP) has again expressed concern over the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan and added that the Afghan people have resorted to selling their children and parts of their bodies.

    Central Asia
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    US To Give $300 Million In Humanitarian Aid To Afghanistan

    The Biden administration plans to donate an extra $308 million in humanitarian aid to Afghanistan, bringing total U.S. aid for the impoverished country and Afghan refugees in the region to nearly $782 million since Octo

    Central Asia
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    Sowing Discord Among Muslims Betrayal of Islam: Al Azhar

    Egypt based Al Azhar emphasized that “harping on the differences of Islamic sects, and exploiting them to shed blood and intimidate the innocent ​​is a betrayal of the teachings of Islam."

    Central Asia
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    Friday Prayers Targeted In Afghanistan’s Kandahar, 32 Killed

    The coordinated attack on Friday afternoon took place in the Bibi Fatima mosque, the largest mosque for Shia Muslims in the city, believed to be a Taliban stronghold.

    Central Asia
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    US, Taliban to hold first talks since Afghanistan withdrawal

    Senior Taliban officials and US representatives are to hold talks Saturday and Sunday about containing extremist groups in Afghanistan and easing the evacuation.

    Central Asia
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    100 killed in suicide attack at mosque in Afghanistan's Kunduz

    At least 100 people have been killed and wounded after a suicide bomb attack tore through in Afghanistan's northeastern Kunduz province on Friday, as per reports. 

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    Legislation in US Senate seeks report on Pak's role in Taliban offensive

    A legislation has been introduced in the US Senate seeking a report from the Secretary of State about his assessment of Pakistan's role in the Taliban offensive that led.

    Central Asia
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    Taliban fighters hit the fairground as Afghans fear for freedoms

    "This is Afghanistan!" a Taliban fighter shouts on a pirate ship ride at a fairground in western Kabul, as his armed comrades cackle and whoop onboard the rickety attraction.

    Central Asia
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    'US war in Afghanistan a strategic failure'

    The top American general has dubbed the 20-year war in Afghanistan a "strategic failure" as the Pentagon leadership told lawmakers that they had recommended.

    Central Asia
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    Taliban ban barbers from trimming beards in Afghan province

    The Taliban in Afghanistan's Helmand province have forbidden hairdressers from shaving or trimming beards, claiming it violates their interpretation of Islamic law.

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    In sync with US, China, Pakistan on Taliban: Russia at UNGA

    Russia, China, Pakistan, and the United States are working together to ensure that Afghanistan’s new Taliban rulers keep their promises, especially to form a genuinely.

    Central Asia
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    Mullah Baradar, Who Led Talks With US, Was Attacked In Palace Shootout

    The man the U.S. and its allies hoped would be a moderate voice in Afghanistan's Taliban government has been sidelined after a dramatic shootout in the presidential.

    Central Asia
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    Pentagon apologises after admitting drone strike in Kabul killed 10 civilians

    A drone strike in Kabul last month killed as many as 10 civilians, including seven children, the US military said on Friday, apologising for what it said was a tragic mistake.

    South Asia
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    'Will Aggravate Arms Race': China Attacks New Australia-UK-US Partnership

    China today sharply criticised the US, the UK and Australia's trilateral military partnership under which Canberra will be assisted to build nuclear-powered submarines.

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    Pakistan, Russia to ‘coordinate’ positions on Afghanistan

    The leaders of Pakistan and Russia have held telephone conversations to “coordinate” their position on the situation in Afghanistan, statements from both governments.

    Central Asia
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    As West ponders aid for Afghanistan, China and Pakistan quick to provide relief

    As international donors gather in Geneva on Monday to discuss humanitarian relief for Afghanistan under Taliban rule, neighbours China and Pakistan have already reached out with aid.

    Central Asia
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    UN seeks $600 million to avert Afghanistan humanitarian crisis

    The UN 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 there following the Taliban.

    Central Asia
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    Qatari FM rules out recognition of Taliban government

    Qatar’s foreign minister said on Monday the Gulf state has urged Afghanistan’s new Taliban rulers to respect women’s rights and that it was still too early to consider recognising their government.

    Central Asia
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    Taliban Cancel Inaugural Ceremony After ‘Pressure From Doha’

    Reports had circulated all week that the Taliban would swear in their new government on September 11, the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks in the United States.

    Central Asia
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    Taliban Say They Took Panjshir, Last Holdout Afghan Province

    The Taliban said on Monday they have taken control of Panjshir province north of Kabul, the last holdout of anti-Taliban forces in the country and the only province the Taliban.

    Central Asia
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    Biden wants Afghan exit to end US global cop role

    Beyond the trauma of the Kabul evacuation, Biden is pitching a much broader retreat: a halt to using vast military resources to impose order and US values around the planet.

    Central Asia
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    'Everything will be okay': Pak intel chief during visit to Kabul

    In a surprise move, Pakistan's powerful intelligence chief Lieutenant General Faiz Hameed on Saturday dashed to Kabul, according to media reports here, amidst the.

    Central Asia
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    'Is our blood so worthless?' Afghan family demands answers for US drone strike that killed 10

    It felt like hell itself had opened up, said Ramal Ahmadi, who was watching cartoons with his nephew when a US drone slammed into his family’s courtyard where just moments before.

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    Mullah Baradar to lead new Afghanistan govt: Report

    Taliban co-founder Mullah Baradar will lead a new Afghan government set to be announced shortly, sources in the Islamist group said on Friday, as its fighters battled forces loyal to the.

    Central Asia

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