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Afghanistan: Taliban hang dead body from crane in Herat city main square: AP report | Oneindia News [Video]

Afghanistan: Taliban hang dead body from crane in Herat city main square: AP report | Oneindia News

According to a report by the Associated Press, a witness said that the Taliban hanged a dead body from a crane in the main square of Herat city in western Afghanistan. #Taliban #Herat #AfghanCrisis

Credit: Oneindia    Duration: 01:21Published
India and US issue joint statement on Taliban, ask them to respect human rights | Oneindia News [Video]

India and US issue joint statement on Taliban, ask them to respect human rights | Oneindia News

India and the US have jointly issued a statement addressing the Taliban. The heads of the two nations called on the Taliban to adhere to its commitments and respect the human rights of all Afghans. #US #India #Taliban

Credit: Oneindia    Duration: 02:01Published
AFGHANISTAN: Life in kabul after the Taliban seized power. [Video]

AFGHANISTAN: Life in kabul after the Taliban seized power.

People in the Afghan capital Kabul were enjoying themselves at an amusement park on Friday evening, after the Taliban seized power.

Credit: euronews (in English)    Duration: 02:00Published

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