Taliban defaces women pictures outside Kabul salon, sales of burqas skyrocket after Islamist group takes over Afghanistan
As Taliban takes over Afghanistan, restrictions on women are back despite the promise made in press conference that they will have rights 'under Islamic Sharia'
Taliban could be seen riding a merry-go-round meant for small children, jumping on a trampoline and having fun in general.
‘Just because they oppress women they don’t have stakes?’: The Wire provides platform to journalist who legitimises Taliban
Ghazala Wahab tells The Wire Taliban is a 'legitimate stakeholder' of Afghanistan so they should not be termed terrorists.
Afghanistan Embassy in India shares derogatory tweet against Ashraf Ghani, Press Secretary says account hacked
The Tweets by the handle of the Afghanistan embassy in India were deleted later, however, screenshots are being widely shared.
India starts rescue operation amid Afghanistan crisis, Air India flight out of Kabul to land in Delhi shortly
Air India flight 244 took of from Kabul Airport at around 5 PM on Sunday evacuating people from Afghanistan to Delhi
Fears are now rapidly increasing that the Islamist terror outfit, Taliban may launch an assault on Kabul anytime soon
12 bullet entry and exit points, tyre marks on face as Taliban ran heavy vehicle over Danish Siddiqui’s body: Xray shows proof of mutilation
Danish Siddiqui had 12 bullet entry and exit points on his body and his face had tyre marks. X-Ray confirmed mutilation of his body.
Journalist Vikram Chandra slammed for suggesting Indian Govt should seek Taliban’s ‘apology’ for the brutal murder of Danish Siddiqui
Netizens tried to educate Vikram Chandra by explaining that Taliban is a terrorist organisation not a NGO whom India could ask to apologise
Khasha who had served as a local police was dragged by the Taliban out of his home who then tied him to a tree before slitting his throat.
Thousands of Afghans who worked for US troops now face Taliban’s death trap, US govt announces Operation Allies Refuge
Over 18,000 Afghans who had worked for the US troops have reportedly applied for the Special Immigration Visa, fearing Taliban's revenge.
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