Afghanistan

State Dept. Ig Launches Probe Biden's Withdrawal From Afghanistan - Reports

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The US State Department Inspector General is launching a probe into the manner the Biden administration ended the United States' diplomatic operations in Afghanistan, Politico reported on Monday.
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Us Afghan Envoy Zalmay Khalilzad Steps Down

Khalilzad said now was the right time to resign as the United States enters a "new phase" in Afghanistan after its full withdrawal from the country in August.

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U.n. To Launch A Polio Vaccination Campaign In Afghanistan With Taliban Permission

The campaign, which will begin next month, will be the first to reach all children in Afghanistan in more than three years, UNICEF said.
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This App Keeps People In Kabul Informed About Crises On The City’s Streets

From bombings to power outages to street closures, Ehtesab’s map gives residents of the Afghan capital real-time information about the city. Three and a half years ago, on a walk home from work in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sara Wahedi narrowly...
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No Room For Error: Democratic Strategists Pessimistic About Party's Prospects In 2022 Midterms

Many factors have prompted fears among the Democrats of losing their majority in Congress, including the declining ratings of President Joe Biden amid a surge in COVID-19 cases and the chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan.
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How 3 Strangers A World Away Came To The Rescue Of A Badly Burned Afghan Girl

The story of 8-year-old Asma, injured by a U.S. tear-gas canister, echoes the heartbreak and heroism of the 20-year American misadventure in Afghanistan.

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Taliban Backs Who Polio Vaccination Campaign Across Afghanistan Next Month

The decision by the Taliban leadership to support the resumption of house-to-house polio vaccination across Afghanistan has been welcomed by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF). 
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The Foreign Policy “credibility” Argument Is, Well, Not Credible

This summer, as U.S. troops beat a hasty and chaotic retreat from Afghanistan, the foreign policy community both here and abroad was near unanimous in its belief that President Biden had done grievous harm to America’s international...
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Humanitarian Aid For Barbarians

Since the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan on August 15, there has been very little news about the hundreds of American civilians abandoned by President Joe Biden to the mercies of the Taliban and al-Qaeda. One report last week said that about...
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Major Evacuation Flight Departs Kabul For Qatar With Over 350 People On Board - Reports

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The ninth evacuation flight from Afghanistan since August 31 has carried more than 350 people out of the Afghan capital of Kabul, a senior Qatari government official told CNN.
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Starving Afghan Parents Forced To Sell Children To Survive  

Starving Afghan Parents Forced To Sell Children To Survive   A humanitarian crisis is quickly unfolding in Afghanistan as the country fell under Taliban rule about one month ago. The conditions are so disturbing that Afghan parents are...
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Admit It: The United States Has Already Lost In Syria

Ali Demirdas Syria, Middle East From Vietnam to Afghanistan to Iraq, Washington has repeatedly proven that nation-building is not where its strength lies. Perhaps nothing better epitomizes the abysmal failure of Washington’s twenty-year-old...
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Pope Francis Calls For Ending Violence After Deadly Attacks In Norway, Afghanistan, And Uk

VATICAN CITY (Sputnik) - Pope Francis called for "abandoning the path of violence" during his traditional Sunday address to believers from the window of the Apostolic Palace at the Vatican in the wake of deadly attacks in Norway, Afghanistan, and...
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Taliban Blames Us For Afghanistan’s Islamic State Problem

The Taliban and the Islamic State have no ideological or theological differences. They are both jihad groups competing for regional and ultimately for global power. Two years ago, the Taliban was reported to have risen “to become world’s...
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Disaster In The Making: 12,000 Afghans In U.s. Now With No Id Whatsoever

My latest in PJ Media: First there was the multifaceted disaster of the way Biden’s handlers’ woke military mishandled the withdrawal from Afghanistan. Now another Biden catastrophe is in the offing, but Team Biden is working hard to cover it...
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Spain: Illegal Muslim Migration Up 51 Percent So Far This Year

As the news cycle focuses on Afghanistan and Covid, the Muslim migrant invasion of the EU has not let up. Chaos in Spain as a result of this illegal migration will only worsen with time. In May, 6,000 Muslim migrants stormed into the enclave of...
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Greece Ramps Up Border Police Presence To Prevent Surge Of Illegal Afghan Muslim Migrants

Greece has increased the presence of border police at the Greek-Turkish border to prevent a surge of  migrants from Afghanistan, while joining 12 other EU countries that have sent a letter to the EU, calling for “more extensive EU measures...
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America Lost Afghanistan: Is Iraq Next?

Jennifer Cafarella, Caroline Rose Iraq, Middle East Retreat in Iraq is fueling instability, not mitigating it. The United States must reorient on a long-term mission to stabilize Iraq based on its needs rather than continue a misguided...
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French Politician: Us Has Moral And Legal Obligation To Unblock Afghan Assets & Let The Nation...

The EU's vow to provide a billion euros in humanitarian aid to Afghanistan, is “a bad joke”, according to French politician Karel Vereycken, who argues that Western powers should urgently resume aid transfers to the Central Asian state and...

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Death Toll From Kandahar Mosque Bombing Rises To 63

KABUL (Sputnik) – The number of people killed in the bombing at a Shia mosque in the Afghan city of Kandahar has risen to 63, a source in a local hospital said on Saturday.
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