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Qatar sends envoy to Kabul for talks with Taliban

Dawn 06 Feb 2023
An envoy for Qatar’s foreign affairs minister visited the Afghan capital on Sunday and met the Taliban administration’s acting foreign minister, according to an Afghan foreign ministry statement. The visit comes after the Taliban ...
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Iran deported 7,612 Afghan refugees: Taliban authorities

Beijing News 06 Feb 2023
The Taliban authorities of the Refugee and Repatriation Department of Nimruz province has said Iran deported 7,612 Afghan refugees back to their homeland over the last week, the Khaama Press reported ... Signifcantly, migration spiked after the Taliban's takeover of the country in 2021.
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UN warns six million people in Afghanistan face famine risk

ITV 06 Feb 2023
The UN issued a global warning this week to all its member states, that two thirds of Afghans are facing severe hunger and in urgent need of aid, with six million facing the risk of famine ... Afghan refugee graduating from Sussex dedicates his degree to girls' education ... The Taliban have hindered the delivery of aid to people most in need.
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EU Migration Impasse Leaves Many Refugees Homeless

Beijing News 06 Feb 2023
Shinwari, an Afghan army captain who helped Western powers try to stave off the Taliban, now lives in a makeshift tent camp right on the canal opposite Petit Chateau ... He doesn't want his face shown in photos or video, for fear the Taliban might hurt his family ... the Afghan military.
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EU migration impasse leaves many refugees out in the cold

The Scranton Times-Tribune 06 Feb 2023
Shinwari, an Afghan army captain who long helped Western powers try to stave off the Taliban, now lives in a makeshift tent camp right on the canal opposite Petit Chateau ... He doesn’t want his face shown in photos or video, for fear the Taliban might hurt his family ... Many Afghans ...
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Women education postponed, not banned, says Afghan diplomat

The News International 06 Feb 2023
Afghan Consular General Hafiz Mohibullah has said that the women’s education in Afghanistan both at elementary and higher level would be resumed once ground for the purpose was surfaced ... Then came the US invaders, who toppled the government of the Afghan Taliban in 2001 and occupied the country.
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Pakistan's ex-president Musharraf dies after years in exile

Yahoo Daily News 06 Feb 2023
... and the Taliban, died in a hospital in Dubai on Sunday ... Bush less than a month after Al Qaeda terrorists used jetliners to attack New York City and Washington, --- and pledged himself as part of a coalition to defeat the militant Islamists and the Afghan Taliban sheltering them.
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3 killed, 12 injured in road accident in Pakistan

The Siasat Daily 06 Feb 2023
Islamabad ... Also Read. Musharraf’s pro-Taliban Afghan policy proved double-edged sword for Pakistan. The rescue team reached the site and shifted the victims to a local hospital ... .
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Guterres condoles death of Musharraf

The Siasat Daily 06 Feb 2023
United Nations ... Also Read. Musharraf’s pro-Taliban Afghan policy proved double-edged sword for Pakistan ... He lost power in 2008, and facing charges of treason, he went into exile ... .
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Pervez Musharraf, Pakistani general turned autocrat dies at 79

Union Leader 06 Feb 2023
Pervez Musharraf, the Pakistani army general who seized power in 1999 and ruled the Muslim-majority nation for nine tumultuous years as president before being forced from office, died Feb ... He was 79 ... Gen ... Musharraf to choose between Pakistan’s alliance with the Afghan Taliban and Washington’s demand for cooperation in the war on terrorism ... Gen ... Gen ... ....
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Imran defends his remarks on female journalist’s harassment

The News International 06 Feb 2023
PTI Chairman Imran Khan addresses a press conference. — AFP/file ... During the course of the Zoom interview, which spanned issues from the Afghan Taliban and Pakistan’s support to the PTI and its relations with the establishment to Imran Khan’s views on women’s education, the former PM was also asked about his comment regarding Gharidah Farooqi ... “No. No.
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Pakistan to ask Afghan Taliban leader to rein in militants

The News International 05 Feb 2023
The TTP share common lineage and ideals with the Afghan Taliban, led by Hibatullah Akhundzada who issues edicts from his hideaway in the southern city of Kandahar ... “When we say top brass, it means [...] Afghan Taliban chief Hibatullah Akhundzada,” he said on condition of anonymity.
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Pakistan to seek Afghan Taliban leader's help to control TTP

Indian Express 05 Feb 2023
A desperate Pakistan has sought Afghan Taliban chief Haibuttallah Akhundzada's help to rein in the outlawed Pakistani Taliban outfit responsible for a wave of terror attacks in the country, including the recent Peshawar mosque carnage that killed over 100 people, according to a media report on Saturday.
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Pakistan to Taliban Chief: Rein in Militants

Beijing News 05 Feb 2023
The Pakistani Taliban share common lineage and ideals with the Afghan Taliban, led by Hibatullah Akhundzada who issues edicts from his hideaway in the southern city of Kandahar ... 'When we say top brass, it means Afghan Taliban chief Hibatullah Akhundzada,' he said on condition of anonymity.
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Help sought from Kabul, Tehran to rein in TTP threat

Dawn 05 Feb 2023
The TTP share common lineage and ideals with the Afghan Taliban, led by Hibatullah Akhundzada who issues edicts from his hideaway in the southern city of Kandahar ... Afghan Taliban chief Hibatullah Akhundzada,” he said on condition of anonymity.

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