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Afghanistan’s Tiananmen Square Moment – When A Woman Faced Taliban Gun

At least three rallies were held in an unprecedented show of defiance against the Taliban, known for its brutality, especially towards women, in its last stint in power.

16 Of 78 Afghanistan Evacuees, Who Reached Delhi Yesterday, Are Covid +ve

Sixteen Afghanistan evacuees out of the 78 that landed in India yesterday are coronavirus positive. As a measure of precaution, all 78 have been quarantined.

Ukrainian Evacuation Plane Hijacked In Kabul, Diverted To Iran

A Ukrainian plane in Afghanistan to evacuate its citizens was hijacked and redirected to Iran, reports quoted a Ukraine Minister as saying.

Taliban Say “Hundreds” Headed To Holdout Afghan Valley

Since Taliban overran Afghanistan, flickers of resistance have begun to emerge with some ex-government troops gathering in Panjshir.

Taliban “Ransacked” 2 Indian Missions, Took Away Cars: Government Sources

Afghanistan Crisis: Members of the Taliban "ransacked" the Indian consulates in Kandahar and Herat, which are closed, according to the sources.

Afghanistan-Taliban Crisis Live Updates – Chaos In Kabul As Joe Biden Defends Withdrawal From Afghanistan

Desperate to escape Afghanistan a large number of people thronged Kabul's air terminal on Monday.

In Facebook Post, President Ghani Says Leaving Afghanistan, Kabul Falls

President Ashraf Ghani fled the country on Sunday as the Islamist terrorists entered the city, saying he wanted to avoid bloodshed, while hundreds of Afghans desperate to leave flooded Kabul airport.
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