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Afghanistan8 months ago
Putin censures US legacy of ‘complete economic, social devastation’ in Afghanistan
The Russian president said “the weapons are perhaps the only thing that the Taliban received after the West’s twenty-year military presence in Afghanistan.”
Putin censures US legacy of ‘complete economic, social devastation’ in Afghanistan
IN-DEPTH8 months ago
The Economics of Western ineptitude and corruption in Afghanistan
Where is Afghanistan's economy after trillions of US dollars spent and two decades of corruption and ineptitude, where is it headed to next, or what's left of it, under the Taliban?
The Economics of Western ineptitude and corruption in Afghanistan
Afghanistan8 months ago
Taliban warn US against postponing exit, offer amnesty to Ghani
The Taliban offer amnesty to the country’s runaway President Ashraf Ghani and Vice President Amrullah Saleh, saying they may return if they so wish.
Taliban warn US against postponing exit, offer amnesty to Ghani
IN-DEPTH8 months ago
Eternally besieged and battered: Afghanistan
Despite US claims that they have been training and strengthening the country's military and administration during the last decade or so, it took about a fortnight for the Taliban to regain control of the whole of Afghanistan.
Eternally besieged and battered: Afghanistan
The Subcontinent8 months ago
Afghan:Beleaguered ad infinitum
Now almost 20 years after 2001 invasion of Afghanistan, the Taliban has effectively seized control of the country while the American-led occupiers are rushing to escape.
Afghan:Beleaguered ad infinitum
IN-DEPTH8 months ago
Taliban retake Afghanistan in the blink of an eye
The international community has reacted to the Taliban takeover of the Afghan capital with some politicians, including those in the West, criticizing the outcome of their 20 year presence in Afghanistan.
Taliban retake Afghanistan in the blink of an eye
Afghanistan9 months ago
Afghanistan’s runaway ex-president vows to return, denies he stole cash
Afghanistan’s runaway, former president Ashraf Ghani vows to return to the country and demand “justice” for Afghans, a few days after he fled just as advancing Taliban militants arrived at the gates of the capital, Kabul, to complete a takeover of the country.
Afghanistan’s runaway ex-president vows to return, denies he stole cash
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