Tolo News: Talking to CBS News, Khalilzad said the US military tried many times to strengthen its position on the battleground, but it failed. “The negotiation was a result of–based on the judgment that we weren’t winning the war and therefore time was not on our side and better to make a deal sooner than
Ariana: “We intend to create a national and independent army under MoD to defend the country with high values. We will attempt to equip the IEA army with modern weapons. The army should have ground and airspace capabilities,” said Mullah Yaqoob. Click here to read more (external link).
Jafar Haand Roshan Noorzai VOA News October 24, 2021 WASHINGTON — Women athletes in Afghanistan say the Taliban’s return to power has put an end to their dreams of playing sports at the national and international levels. “It is over,” said 21-year-old Homaira Barakzai, the captain of Afghanistan’s national handball team, adding that “Everything has changed
8am: The Taliban border forces have beaten many journalists in the Torkham passage in Nangarhar province where most people are gathered to go to Pakistan, according to the reports. Sedaqat Ghorzang the Tolo News reporter in eastern provinces who had gone to the Torkham passage to make a report has been beaten by the Taliban
Ayaz Gul VOA News October 24, 2021 ISLAMABAD — Pakistan and Afghanistan, the only two countries where polio still paralyzes children, marked World Polio Day (October 24) Sunday amid excitement and hopes that global eradication of the crippling disease is within reach. The neighboring countries constitute a bloc where the disease has been endemic; but each
Masood Farivar VOA News October 23, 2021 As recently as last week, the U.S. immigration service was using six officers to process about 14,000 humanitarian requests for Afghans seeking relocation to the United States following the Taliban takeover of the country in August. That’s what the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service recently told congressional staff,
Tolo News: Islamic Emirate spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid, reacting to the new movement, said no one can threaten the people of Afghanistan in the name of resistance or anything else. “No longer is there a need for making fronts. Anyone who establishes a front will not gain good results,” he said. Click here to read more
By Mumin Ahmadi Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty October 23, 2021 DUSHANBE — Afghan military pilots who fled to Tajikistan when the Taliban seized power in Kabul say the militant group is pressuring them to return to Afghanistan by threatening to kill their relatives. Trained by the United States, the Afghan pilots say their documents have been