A team of Afghan intelligence agents poured about 3,000 litres of liquor into a canal in Kabul, the country’s spy agency has said, as the new Taliban authorities crack down on the sale of al... Read more
Britain’s armchair generals may have mixed feelings on reading The Ledger, David Kilcullen and Greg Mills’s new book on the West’s botched mission in Afghanistan. On the one hand, it’s proba... Read more
Mohamed Yosry Since the fall of ISIS in Iraq in 2017, it has lost most of the lands it controlled, especially Mosul, which had witnessed the original announcement of the terrorist org... Read more
The Taliban have ordered a series of mannequin beheadings, telling clothes shops to remove the heads of dummies that offend Islam. The instructions were given by the Ministry for the Propaga... Read more
Nahla Abdelmonem The ruling Taliban movement in Afghanistan recently took a set of decisions that were classified as restricting personal and political freedoms. The decisions included – amo... Read more
Former Afghan president Ashraf Ghani says he fled because security were ‘not capable’ of protecting him
Former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has offered to take a lie detector test to disprove allegations he took money out of the country as it fell to the Taliban. Reports emerged in the summer... Read more
When the Taliban seized Kabul in August, Samima dug a hole in her courtyard and buried her Afghan Air Force uniform. The Taliban discovered her past anyway, and gave her a call days later. I... Read more
Evacuation flights designed to allow vulnerable Afghans to flee the Taliban have been suspended over fears that militants have been using the US-chartered planes to leave the country. The Is... Read more
Western private security companies, whose services are much in need in Afghanistan by international donors, are anxious to find a way to operate in the country without falling foul of US and... Read more
Rumours are rife around Turkey’s reported decision to reappoint an ambassador to Tel Aviv after a three-year hiatus and the possibility that Recep Tayyip Erdogan may visit Israel in Fe... Read more
The last child to be handed over to US troops has been found and is about to be reunited with his family in the United States, The Times can reveal. The six-month-old boy survived the split... Read more
Mohamed Youssri The Taliban movement of Pakistan has resumed its activities which were halted since 2014. The resumption of activities came after the movement received a strong moral boost,... Read more
When Marjan Amiri marched for women’s rights on the streets of Kabul in September, Taliban gunmen called her a prostitute, kicked her and threatened to shoot her in the head. But what scared... Read more
Awillowy young woman in a floor-length black and white dress beckons silently from behind a garage on a hillside in eastern Kabul. She leads the way into a yard, past a scraggy ginger cat an... Read more
America’s Gulf Arab allies are stepping up their involvement in Afghanistan, expanding their diplomatic presence and resuming flights as competition for influence over the new Taliban admini... Read more
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