Saturday, December 3, 2022
Tags Taliban

Tag: Taliban

900000 Afghans Lost Jobs Since Taliban Takeover: SIGAR

According to the US Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR), at least 900,000 Afghans have lost their jobs since the Taliban took control last August. ...Tap to read more

Bomb Blast at mosque leaves 3 dead, 20 injured in Afghanistan

Paktia [Afghanistan]: A bomb explosion at the gate of a mosque in Dand Aw Patan district in southeastern Paktia province in Afghanistan killed three worshipers and wounded 20 more, said Local officials of the province. Hundreds of people were coming out of the mosque finishing the Friday prayers when the blast took place leading to these casualties.

Afghanistan: 5 members of family beheaded in Herat province

Five members of a family were beheaded by unknown assailants in Anjil district of Herat province on Friday night. According to the Taliban provincial officials of Herat, the victims included a man, a woman, and three children, reported Khaama Press. Health officials in the provincial hospitals said that the girls aged four, six, and eight the woman aged 20 while the slain man was an elderly one. The motive behind the incident is not unveiled. In the meantime, two young girls in the Sholgara district of northern Balkh province have also been killed by unidentified gunmen, reported Khaama Press.

Spike in terror incidents in Balochistan leaves Pak govt in a fix

As the security situation in Balochistan province continues to worsen, analysts have pointed to the spread of violence to urban centres by rebels of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP). At least three people were killed and 24 others injured in a blast near a police van at Quetta's Fatima Jinnah Road on Wednesday. The local police said the nature of the blast was being ascertained, but added that 2-2.5 kgs of explosives were used, the Dawn newspaper reported.

Taliban takes part in Twitter Spaces debates

On any given day, members of the Afghan diaspora, important social media influencers, former officials, members of the new Taliban government and its supporters, and some Afghans in the nation host multiple Spaces on Twitter.

Downfall of Radio Industry in Afghanistan with rise of Taliban

The recent political transition in Afghanistan with the fall of the republican government has had a significant impact on the radio sector of the Afghan media.

UK officials hold talks with Taliban over the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan

According to Ugochi Daniels, the International Organization for Migration's (IOM) Deputy Director-General for Operations, "the ongoing situation in Afghanistan is raising humanitarian needs and increasing displacement risks both within the country and beyond borders to countries in the region."

Former UK Defence chief: The West will eventually recognise the Taliban government

UK's former chief of defence David Richards on Tuesday said that the West will recognize the Taliban sooner or later and urged governments to be "magnanimous in defeat."

ISIS-K questions the Taliban’s exclusivist policies

According to the Islamic State – Khorasan Province (ISIS-K), the Taliban considers the "eradication of the Uyghur Muslims" as a Chinese domestic affair.

Half of Afghanistan’s population is facing a ‘tsunami of hunger’


Most Read

Mercury Dips Further In Mount Abu, Layer Of Snow Covers Vehicles

Sirohi (Rajasthan): With the mercury dipping in northern parts of the country, a layer of ice formed on vehicles and fields in the hill station of Mount Abu on Saturday morning. ...TAP TO READ MORE.

MCD Polls: EC Sets Up 13,638 Polling Stations Across Delhi

New Delhi [India]: Delhi State Election Commission has set up 13,638 polling stations for the civic body polls in the national capital, slated for 4th Dec. ...TAP TO READ MORE.

BJP Shedding “Crocodile Tears” For Farmers: Naveen Patnaik

Bargarh (Odisha): Ahead of the Padampur bypoll, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Friday slammed the BJP-led Centre for imposing 18 per cent GST on Kendu leaf trade, saying the BJP leaders are shedding "crocodile tears" for farmers and are misleading the people for political purposes. ...TAP TO READ MORE.

Police Complaint Lodged Against Paresh Rawal Over His Remark

Kolkata (West Bengal): Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI-M) has lodged a police complaint against Paresh Rawal, alleging that the veteran actor made the remark to provoke riots and destroy the harmony between Bengali community and other communities. ...TAP TO READ MORE.