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CPJ urges Kabul authorities to release 4 Afghan journalists who reported from Taliban-seized area

Urdu Point 28 Jul 2021
"Afghan authorities must immediately release radio journalists Bismillah Watandoost, Qudrat Soltani, and Moheb Obaidi, and camera operator Sanaullah Siam, drop their investigation, and cease harassing journalists for their work," Steven Butler, CPJ Asia's programme coordinator, in Washington, D.C., said in a statement.
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Four Afghan journalists arrested after reporting from border area seized by Taliban

CPJ 27 Jul 2021
Afghan authorities must immediately release radio journalists Bismillah Watandoost, Qudrat Soltani, and Moheb Obaidi, and camera operator Sanaullah Siam, drop their investigation, and cease harassing journalists for their work,” said Steven Butler, CPJ Asia’s program coordinator, in Washington, D.C.
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Pakistan Grants Asylum to 46 Afghan Military - Reports

Urdu Point 26 Jul 2021
MOSCOW (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 26th July, 2021) Pakistan has granted asylum to 46 Afghan soldiers in the northern Chitral region at the request of the Afghan national army, Radio Pakistan reported on Monday, citing ...
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Taliban prepares to restore dark days in Afghanistan, re-impose repressive laws

Hindustan Times 25 Jul 2021
According to reports by the Afghan stations Radio Liberty and Radio Salam Watandar, Taliban rulers in Afghanistan's north and northeast have asked families to marry off one girl per family to their fighters; said women should not leave home without a male relative, and ordered men to pray in mosques and grow beards.
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Taliban poised to restore dark days in Afghanistan, re-impose repressive laws

Yahoo Daily News 25 Jul 2021
According to reports by the Afghan stations Radio Liberty and Radio Salam Watandar, Taliban rulers in Afghanistan's north and northeast have asked families to marry off one girl per family to their fighters; said women should not leave home without a male relative, and ordered men to pray in mosques and grow beards.
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Taliban poised to restore their rule of terror

Asiatimes 24 Jul 2021
According to reports by the Afghan stations Radio Liberty and Radio Salam Watandar, Taliban rulers in Afghanistan’s north and northeast have asked families to marry off one girl per family to their fighters; said women should not leave home without a male relative; and ordered men to pray in mosques and grow beards.
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In a city besieged by the Taliban, Afghan military advances disappear with forces stretched thin

Stars and Stripes 24 Jul 2021
KUNDUZ, Afghanistan — The argument between Afghan security forces erupted two miles inside Taliban-controlled territory, piercing the near-complete silence and threatening to unravel a night of modest gains in a city under siege ... That is for the Afghan army.” ... airstrikes helped Afghan forces push back the militants in a matter of days.
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Guest Commentary: Taliban speak more moderately but extremist rule remains

The Daily Star 23 Jul 2021
According to various reports by the Afghan stations Radio Liberty and Radio Salam Watandar, Taliban rulers in Afghanistan’s North and Northeast have asked families to marry off one girl per family to their fighters; said women should not leave home without a male relative; and ordered men to pray in mosques and grow beards.
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Tajikistan Misses Big Opportunity To Mend Ties With Kyrgyzstan

Beijing News 22 Jul 2021
The Afghan Kyrgyz did not want to live in Afghanistan anymore and Tajik officials did not want them to stay in Tajikistan ... Kyrgyz officials had previously discussed the Afghan Kyrgyz with Tajik officials on the sidelines of international conferences and meetings held in Tashkent and Dushanbe from July 14-16.
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Afghanistan after the US withdrawal: The Taliban speak more moderately but their extremist rule hasn't ...

SCNOW Morning News 22 Jul 2021
According to various reports by the Afghan stations Radio Liberty and Radio Salam Watandar, Taliban rulers in Afghanistan’s North and Northeast have asked families to marry off one girl per family to their fighters; said women should not leave home without a male relative; and ordered men to pray in mosques and grow beards.
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RUFF: It's Canada's turn to step up for the Afghans who helped us

Toronto Sun 22 Jul 2021
In 2007, on combat operations in Kandahar, these Afghans provided the essential real-time monitoring of Taliban radio chatter that provided my combat team invaluable warning of impending attacks, ambushes and insurgent movement ... These Afghans stepped up for Canada ... The danger these Afghans are in stems from their time working alongside Canada.
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Afghans who worked for US media are at risk and should receive visas, dozens of news outlets say

Stars and Stripes 21 Jul 2021
KABUL, Afghanistan — Afghans who helped American news companies report on the war are in danger and should be able to apply for emergency U.S ... Some of the Afghan journalists worried about their safety had embedded with U.S ... While a program exists to provide visas to Afghans who supported the U.S ... About 20,000 Afghans have already applied for SIVs.
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Iranian State-Run Newspaper Reports Creation of Shiite Proxy Against Taliban

The Epoch Times 21 Jul 2021
The news, also reported by other Middle East media such as�Al Arabiya and Radio Farda, has sparked a storm of reactions from Afghan netizens and analysts ... ....
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Pak foreign min assures justice over abduction of Afghan ambassador's daughter

Hindustan Times 19 Jul 2021
The ministry of foreign affairs is fully aware of the diplomatic norms, and security of the Afghan embassy and consulate in Pakistan has been further enhanced, Radio Pakistan quoted Qureshi as saying. He assured the Afghan foreign minister that “Pakistan will take all possible steps to arrest the accused and bring them to justice at the earliest.”.
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Imran’s categorical reply to Ghani: Blaming Pakistan unfair, says PM Imran Khan

The News International 17 Jul 2021
The prime minister said Pakistan would continue to support reconciliation in Afghanistan, and urged the Afghan stakeholders and the international community to gear up efforts for a politically-negotiated settlement ... According to the state-run radio, Imran Khan and the Afghan president led their respective sides in delegation-level talks.

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