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A Forever Wall for Our Forever Wars

Antiwar 27 Sep 2021
An investigation by Connecting Vets found that during a 2019 air campaign in Afghanistan’s Helmand province, for example, the threshold for an attack "could be met by as little as a person using or even touching a radio" or if an Afghan carrying "commercially ...
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An Afghan reporter who fled the Taliban continues to tell the truth about women

Taipei Times 25 Sep 2021
The purpose was to provide a counternarrative to the wider Afghan media. There were radio stations and TV channels run by, or for, women in various parts of the country, but her ambition was that Rukhshana would be the first national news source where an Afghan woman in any region could see her own life reflected in the stories published every day.
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Afghanistan, talebani appendono cadavere a una gru

Yahoo Daily News 25 Sep 2021
>. Orrore in Afghanistan dove i talebani hanno esposto il cadavere di un uomo appendendolo a una gru. E' accaduto a Herat, nella piazza principale della citt�. Un rito raccapricciante che segna il ritorno ad alcuni dei metodi del passato dei miliziani fondamentalisti ... Il messaggio disperato delle ragazze afghane passa (anche) dalla radio ... Adnkronos.
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Afghan Radio Journalist Shot in Leg During Commute Home

Voa News 22 Sep 2021
The Kabul-based journalist was riding a city van home Saturday evening after leaving work at a radio station. Sitting in the middle seat of the Toyota TownAce, Ahmadi sensed nothing out of the ordinary about the other passengers, just regular commuters shooting the breeze about the latest developments in the Afghan capital.
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The Taliban has robbed Afghan women of work, school and safety

Sandhills Express 22 Sep 2021
Afghan women fear for their safety under Taliban rule. In a November 2001 weekly radio address to the American people, first lady Laura Bush said American troops had invaded Afghanistan to fight terrorism and rescue Afghan women from the Taliban’s oppression and brutality ... Allegations of Afghan “child bride” cases.
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Afghanistan: Over 150 media outlets shut down after Taliban

Beijing News 21 Sep 2021
Kabul September 21 (ANI) ... "Previously, we had projects from government and NGOs and ads from various companies, but now our financial situation is not good," Abdul Salam Zahid who is the Head of Afghan-based 'Bost Radio' station informed ... "Media's situation is not good, and it has many reasons ... (ANI) ....
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Feature: How U.S.-waged wars have traumatized its own soldiers, veterans

China.dot.org 21 Sep 2021
website Connecting Vets, followed an Afghan man that it had considered suspicious for multiple hours ... A second drone pilot that Connecting Vets spoke to also shared a scene that had been seared into his memory, in which a Hellfire missile, an air-to-ground precision weapon, hit an Afghan man with a handheld radio, leaving behind a ragged body.
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How U.S.-waged wars have traumatized its own soldiers, veterans

People Daily 21 Sep 2021
website Connecting Vets, followed an Afghan man that it had considered suspicious for multiple hours ... A second drone pilot that Connecting Vets spoke to also shared a scene that had been seared into his memory, in which a Hellfire missile, an air-to-ground precision weapon, hit an Afghan man with a handheld radio, leaving behind a ragged body.
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Afghanistan: Over 150 media outlets shut down after Taliban takeover

The Siasat Daily 21 Sep 2021
Kabul ...Previously, we had projects from government and NGOs and ads from various companies, but now our financial situation is not good,” Abdul Salam Zahid who is the Head of Afghan-based ‘Bost Radio’ station informed ... “Media’s situation is not good, and it has many reasons ... .
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How US helped, hampered escape of Afghan journalistsThe secretary of state cites a “massive effort” ...

Deccan Herald 20 Sep 2021
Some State Department officials took umbrage at the idea that the US government had abandoned Afghans who had worked alongside American journalists during the 20-year war ... Many Afghan journalists who worked for media outlets funded by the US government, including Radio Free Europe, also had to make other arrangements.
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PAK cleric threatens Islamabad police in name of Taliban; hoist TB flags at seminary [watch]

International Business Times 19 Sep 2021
Talking to Dawn, officers of the capital administration and police confirmed that the case was registered after flags representing the Afghan Taliban were found hoisted on the rooftop of the seminary ... 153 Afghan media outlets, including radio, print and TV channels, go silent after Taliban takeover.
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Afghan students at UCLA fear for safety of family amid crisis in Afghanistan

Daily Bruin 19 Sep 2021
Members of the Afghan diaspora and Afghan students at UCLA are anxious for their families caught in the Afghanistan crisis and are disappointed by the global response ... Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and tens of thousands of people fled the country as the Taliban took control of Afghanistan ... Yet, many Afghans and U.S.
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How could Biden abandon the women and girls of Afghanistan?

The Portland Sun 18 Sep 2021
One Afghan woman described the conditions under Taliban rule ... Today, no one, no Afghan people, especially women, they don’t feel safe.” The Biden ... He was quick to “speak out” for the rights of the Afghan people but offered only radio silence in terms of substantive solutions.
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First 37,000 Afghanistan evacuees to be resettled in the US

China Daily 17 Sep 2021
As of Tuesday, about 64,000 Afghan evacuees had arrived in the US, according to The New York Times ... While some Republican leaders have made the Afghan evacuees resettlement a political issue, a recent poll by National Public Radio and Ipsos has shown that more than two-thirds of Americans support resettling Afghan allies in the US.
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Tim Paine 'extremely confident' of being fit for Ashes in December

India TV 17 Sep 2021
Related Stories ... Tim Paine. Asghar Afghan slams Australia's Tim Paine for boycott comments. In a conversation with Australian radio station SEN Today, Paine provided graphic details of the procedure he went through, as well as the rehabilitation process he will undertake ... ....
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