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Myanmar to vaccinate Rohingya minority

Myanmar to vaccinate Rohingya minority Myanmar’s Muslim Rohingya minority will be vaccinated against the coronavirus, a government military spokesman said Friday, adding that no one would be left behind in his vaccination campaign. Millions of Rohingya fled to Bangladesh during the 2017 military operation, and those who remain complain of …

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Afghans told to avoid Kabul airport over IS threat

Afghans told to avoid Kabul airport over IS threat The United States and Britain warned citizens not to go to Kabul airport, citing a terrorist threat to the sprawling facility outside which thousands of desperate people gathered after the Taliban’s reconquest of Afghanistan. The US embassy in Kabul on Wednesday …

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Boris Johnson facing corruption legal battle

Boris Johnson facing corruption legal battle British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces a legal battle against corruption over whether his party has funneled taxpayer money into conservative areas to give him a political edge, The Independent reported. The High Court will decide whether its £ 4.8 billion “leveling fund” has …

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UN rights boss has credible reports of Taliban executions

UN rights boss has credible reports of Taliban executions The UN human rights chief said Tuesday that he had received credible reports of grave violations by the Taliban in Afghanistan, including “summary executions” of civilians and Afghan security forces who surrendered. UN rights boss has credible reports of Taliban executions …

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Massoud say he won’t surrender to Taliban

Massoud say he won’t surrender to Taliban Despite the Taliban’s information warfare being negotiated with the Northern Alliance resistance in the Panjshir Valley, Ahmad Massoud, the leader of Afghanistan’s National Resistance Front, said he will follow in his father’s footsteps and will not will surrender to the Taliban. , which …

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How news outlets got Afghan colleagues out of Kabul

How news outlets got Afghan colleagues out of Kabul British troops are removing British citizens and eligible Afghans after armed groups seized control of the capital, Kabul. So far 10 people have said that 606 British nationals and 2,052 Afghans have been evacuated. One British aid worker thought he was …

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Several killed in afghan protest

Several killed in afghan protest According to witnesses, several people were killed in the city of Afghanistan in Asadabad on Thursday when Taliban fighters fired at flag-raising people at an Independence Day rally. This is the first Taliban protest since the Taliban demolished the white flag on Sunday. Suggested video …

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Aug 31 deadline in Afghanistan might have to be extended

Aug 31 deadline in Afghanistan might have to be extended Aerial view of Hamid Karzai International Airport (formerly Kabul International Airport, Afghanistan) in Kabul on February 11, 2016. Afghanistan LM Reuters Aerial view of Hamid Karzai International Airport (formerly Kabul International Airport, Afghanistan) in Kabul on February 11, 2016. Afghanistan …

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How to taliban outlasted a superpower

How to taliban outlasted a superpower On March 13, 2020, Taliban members gathered under a tree in the Allingala district of Laghman, Afghanistan. The Taliban are on the verge of their fervent desire for US troops to leave Afghanistan. They rarely abandon their radical ideology to do so. Jim Hailebruck …

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