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taliban: Taliban approves plan to regulate academic ranks of religious scholars

KABUL: The Taliban cabinet ministers held a meeting on Tuesday where a plan to regulate the academic ranks of religious scholars was approved,...

HT THIS DAY: October 27, 2001 — Taliban execute key opposition leader Abdul Haq

Islamabad- A key anti-Taliban opposition leader, Abdul Haq, 43, was captured and executed by the Taliban near Kabul on Friday. US warplanes and...

undp: Taliban deputy PM Baradar meets UNDP director in Doha, seeks help | India News

KABUL: Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the Taliban-announced interim government's acting Deputy Prime Minister, met United Nations Development Program's (UNDP) Director Achim Steiner in...

‘Facing threat to life’: PIL in Delhi HC seeks urgent evacuation of over 270 minorities from Afghanistan

Alleging that the Indian government has so far not provided any assistance to the stranded individuals, the PIL said the minorities were spending...

putin: Taliban welcome Putin’s plan to remove them from terrorists’ list

MOSCOW: Taliban have welcomed remarks by Russian President Vladimir Putin about the possibility to exclude the group from the terror list. Putin, speaking...

taliban: Roadside bombing targets Taliban, kills Afghan civilians

KABUL: A roadside bombing targeting a Taliban vehicle in eastern Afghanistan killed at least two civilians Saturday, including a child, Taliban and health...

afghanistan: Afghanistan heading towards collapse faster than expected, Swedish minister warns

DUBAI: Afghanistan is heading towards economic collapse that risks spiralling the country into a new political crisis, Sweden's minister for international development cooperation...

afghanistan: Pakistan rejects reports of agreement with US to conduct air operations in Afghanistan

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Saturday rejected reports about an agreement with the United States on the use of its airspace for intelligence operations in...

kabul: IS says its fighters attacked Kabul power lines

BEIRUT: The Islamic State militant group's Afghan branch on Friday said it was behind an explosion that brought down electricity lines and plunged...

Afghanistan’s Sikhs to ‘make choice between converting to Islam or leaving country’: Report

KABUL: As the security scenario in Afghanistan continues to deteriorate, Sikhs -- a community that was already in a dire situation before the...

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