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Widows of Afghan soldiers under US backed Govt had to give sexual favours to get husbands’ pension benefits

In 2017, it was revealed that there was pervasive corruption and extortion throughout Afghan National Security Forces.

‘Rubbing salt on wounds?’ Netizens question as Pakistan ‘Human Rights’ minister teases American over Taliban advancement

Shireen Mazari attempted to poke fun at America, insinuating that for the US, the scramble to evacuate the Kabul assembly is a deja vu moment

Leave Afghanistan immediately, don’t wait for govt evacuation: US embassy in Kabul issues second emergency alert in a week for US citizens

US Embassy in Afghanistan has urged US citizens in the country to leave the country immediately using commercial transportation

Americans cheer after ‘woke’ US athlete Gwen Barry fails to win medal at Olympics, had celebrated women soccer team’s defeat earlier

Before the start of the Tokyo Olympics, Gwen Berry had vowed to represent the oppressed people if she managed to win a medal

Taliban captures TV and radio stations in Afghanistan to broadcast threats and warnings and to also propagate the ‘Voice of Shariah’

The govt figures show that 455 Taliban were killed in Afghan forces operations in the past 24 hours and 232 more were wounded. Taliban denies claims

US shot putter Raven Saunders twerks to celebrate her silver medal at Tokyo Olympics, sparks outrage: Details

Shot putter Raven Saunders twerked in front of cameras after securing second position in the women's shot put tournament.

US charges 4 Chinese nationals working with the Ministry of State Security in the China-backed global hacking campaign

The announcement came as the US government jointly with NATO, the European Union, Britain, Australia, Japan, New Zealand and Canada, accused China of a global cyber espionage campaign on Monday.

US Consulate in Kolkata earns brickbats from Indians over ‘Bengali-American’ comment: Here’s why netizens are outraged

Netizens on Twitter slammed the US consulate in Kolkata for promoting sub-nationalism by referring to Samir Banerjee as 'Bengali American'.

2 US citizens, several Colombians arrested for the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moise

The Haitian police have also arrested fifteen others, who are believed to be from Colombia. According to the Haitian police, the police have killed three suspects, and eight others are on the run.

India overtakes United States in number of COVID vaccination doses administered

On June 21, 2021, India administered a record breaking 86,16,373 vaccine doses in single day.

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