Is Afghanistan becoming a base for terrorist groups again?

Loading player On August 15, 2021, exactly one year ago, the Taliban took control of Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, thus completing the reconquest of the country. Among the main fears of many foreign governments, especially Western ones, there was the possibility that the Taliban would return to offer hospitality and protection to terrorist organizations … Read more

The Taliban are declaring a holiday in Afghanistan to mark the first anniversary of their seizure of power

The Islamist group “Taliban” has declared a holiday in Afghanistan on Monday to mark the first anniversary since the Taliban seized power in Kabul during the chaotic withdrawal of US-led NATO forces from the country. “August 15 is the first anniversary since the victory of the Afghan jihad led by the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan … Read more

Taliban crack down on women’s protest

AFP NOS News•Saturday, 15:34 The Taliban have brutally broken up a peaceful demonstration by women in Kabul. Dozens of women had gathered in the capital to demonstrate for their rights. Taliban fighters dispersed the demonstrators by firing into the air and several protesters were beaten. The protest came two days before it has been exactly … Read more

Last year, NATO was in full crisis. One year on, NATO is stronger than it has been in many years – Dagsavisen

– There was no successful military operation, that withdrawal from Afghanistan. NATO is stronger now than in a long time, there is no doubt about that. Sweden and Finland’s applications are perhaps the best indication of that. There, people have completely changed their view of NATO, and it is probably a general trend in the … Read more

A year without Gino Strada, from Ukraine to the return of the Taliban to Afghanistan: what value would his phrases against the war have today

When Gino Strada he left, on August 13 a year ago, the Russian invasion of Ukraine it was probably just in the head of Vladimir Putinthe tensions between Chinese e United States they were limited to the question and answer of a few months before Donald Trump e Xi Jinping and the biggest step backwards … Read more

Poll: Lebanon is the most angry and tense in the world

Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN)–A Gallup poll found that 49% of Lebanese people suffer from anger and tension, the highest rate recorded anywhere in the world. Lebanon is the most angry country in the world. After years of economic turmoil and ever-rising prices, a massive explosion in Beirut’s port destroyed a vital area and large … Read more

Afghanistan, one year after the Taliban took control, the report by Save the Children – Corriere TV

Girls suffer the worst consequences of the crisis of isolation, hunger, lack of education and depression di Save th Children / CorriereTv Afghanistan: Save the Children, one year after the Taliban took control of the country, girls are suffering the most serious consequences of the crisis between isolation, hunger, lack of education and depression.According to … Read more

Taliban Say To Ban Drugs, But Reality Is Different

Eric Feijten NOS News•Wednesday, 22:05 Aletta Andre Correspondent India Aletta Andre Correspondent India Surrounded by bodies, excrement and rubbish, dozens of men crouched under the Pul-e-Sokhta Bridge in Kabul. They have one goal: to inhale the smoke that rises from the silver foil on which they heat some powder heroin. There is nothing in the … Read more

Kabul residents still full of questions after al-Qaida leader’s death

Haron Saboon NOS News•Saturday, 10:06 How could an al-Qaida leader stay in central Kabul? And what consequences does his presence have for the future of Afghanistan? Last Saturday, al-Qaida leader Zawahiri was killed by a US drone on his balcony in the Afghan capital. A week later, residents of the city still have many questions. … Read more