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Afghan interpreter who worked with Aussie troops is executed by the Taliban after horror mix ...

The Daily Mail 20 Oct 2021
A former Afghan army officer who worked with the Australian Defence Force as an interpreter has been executed by the Taliban, with his terrified wife and children in 'extreme danger' and pleading to be evacuated to Australia ... "They finally found him and they executed him",' Sydney lawyer Shahri Rafi told ABC Radio National.
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Under Taliban, Kabul's drug addicts forced into withdrawalHundreds of users shelter in squalid conditions at ...

Deccan Herald 18 Oct 2021
With shaved heads, oversized tunics and the terrified gaze of the hunted, the drug addicts rounded up by the Taliban brace for 45 days of painful withdrawal. For some, the hardliners' raids may potentially help them cast off the yoke of addiction ... Vibrant Afghan radio reduced to religious relic ... In this Afghan village, women nurses work alongside men.
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I wanted to study: Afghan girls still barred from schoolThe vast majority of girls are ...

Deccan Herald 17 Oct 2021
Afghan teenager Amena saw dozens of classmates killed when her girls' school was targeted by an Islamic State bomb attack in May, but she was determined to continue her education ... Vibrant Afghan radio reduced to religious relic. "Afghan women have made great achievements in the ...
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Vibrant Afghan radio reduced to religious relic'We prepare a playlist in the morning and replay ...

Deccan Herald 16 Oct 2021
Radio station Urooj once teemed with journalists producing news bulletins, but since the Taliban came to town, Ebrahim Parhar sits alone, broadcasting hours of religious sermons ... Afghan amputees recover alongside former enemies ... "If the current situation persists, it is very likely that we will need to close this radio station.".
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Vibrant Afghan radio reduced to religious relic

The Wire 16 Oct 2021
Radio station Urooj once teemed with journalists producing news bulletins, but since the Taliban came to town, Ebrahim Parhar sits alone, broadcasting hours of religious sermons ... “If the current situation persists, it is very likely that we will need to close this radio station.”.
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Anxiety and fear for women in Taliban stronghold

The Philadelphia Inquirer 13 Oct 2021
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan -- Afghan student Fauzia used to make ends meet voicing ads on a radio station in the Taliban heartland of ...
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Spain evacuating Afghan workers via Pakistan

Dawn 12 Oct 2021
But Spanish media, including daily El Pas and National Radio, reported that Madrid would bring close to 250 Afghan citizens, who had already crossed into Pakistan and would be flown out on military transport planes ... But the flights had to stop once the final American troops that had been protecting the Afghan capital’s airport left.
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Afghan evacuees arrive in Spain

Urdu Point 12 Oct 2021
Spanish media, including El Pais newspaper and National Radio, have reported that Madrid would bring close to 250 Afghan citizens, who entered Pakistan in advance and would be flown out on military transport planes ... But the flights had to stop once the final American troops that had been protecting the Afghan capital's airport left.
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Spain evacuating Afghan employees via Pakistan

The New Arab 11 Oct 2021
But Spanish media, including daily El Pa�s and National Radio, reported that Madrid would bring close to 250 Afghan citizens, who had already crossed into Pakistan and would be flown out on military transport planes ... But the flights had to stop once the final American troops that had been protecting the Afghan capital's airport left.
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Spain evacuates Afghan employees via Pakistan

The Wire 11 Oct 2021
But Spanish media, including daily El País and National Radio, reported that Madrid would bring close to 250 Afghan citizens, who had already crossed into Pakistan and would be flown out on military transport planes ... But the flights had to stop once the final American troops that had been protecting the Afghan capital’s airport left.
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Spain expecting arrival of Afghan employees via Pakistan

The News International 11 Oct 2021
Madrid said Monday it was expecting the arrival of its Afghan employees, whose evacuation it had arranged via Pakistan ... Spanish media, including daily El País and National Radio, reported that Madrid would bring close to 250 Afghan citizens, who entered Pakistan in advance and would be flown out on military transport planes.
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Living through decades of grief for my Afghanistan

The Los Angeles Times 11 Oct 2021
... a small radio ... That afternoon, we watched one of our neighbors, a former school headmaster, set fire to her chadari in the playground, while a blue truck from Afghan National Radio and Television drove by blasting love songs through four gigantic loudspeakers mounted to its roof.
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’We want freedom’: Anxiety and fear for women in Taliban stronghold

Independent online (SA) 10 Oct 2021
Kandahar - Afghan student Fauzia used to make ends meet voicing ads on a radio station in the Taliban heartland of Kandahar, but that came to an abrupt end when the Islamists swept to power in August ... Fauzia's former boss said the radio station felt forced to stop airing ads with women's voices.
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Anxiety and fear for women in Taliban stronghold struggling to put food on the table

Straits Times 10 Oct 2021
KANDAHAR, AFGHANISTAN (AFP) - Afghan student Fauzia used to make ends meet voicing ads on a radio station in the Taliban heartland of Kandahar, but that came to an abrupt end when the Islamist militants swept to power in August ... Ms Fauzia's former boss said the radio station felt forced to stop airing ads with women's voices.
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Kunduz Bombing: IS claims responsibility for attack on Afghan mosque; Death toll crosses 45

International Business Times 10 Oct 2021
when over 300 hundred people were attending the Friday prayers ... While the director of the culture and information department in Kunduz said that 43 people were killed, local Afghan media have put the toll between 46 to 50 ... Also Read ... 153 Afghan media outlets, including radio, print and TV channels, go silent after Taliban takeover. Afghanistan ... .

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