The Taliban, which ovethrew Afghanistan's democratic government and seized power in August, have applauded Russian President Vladimir Putin's statements on the possibility of the group being removed off the terror list.
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As diplomats gather in Moscow to discuss the situation in Afghanistan with the Taliban, ordinary Afghans are dealing with a freeze on the country’s assets that has brought the economy to a halt. DW’s Nick Connolly asked traders in Kabul what they hope for. Taliban representatives go to Moscow to meet diplomats from Afghanistan's neighboring countries. Talks, but no recognition - that's what's on their agenda today. It's being seen as Russia's attempt to increase its influence in the region. DW Correspondent Aaron Tilton is in Moscow, where today's talks are being held.
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Before the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan in August, 2012 CNN Hero Razia Jan’s school for girls had grown to more than 800 students. Now, her life’s work is at risk. She knows the obstacles Afghan women are facing to get an education, but she is determined to keep her mission alive.
Today, police officials said that Bangladesh's security agencies arrested a man in his 30s, who is believed to be the second key suspect behind the recent violence against Hindus; Singapore removed India from its travel restriction list; Today, the AAP claimed that the BJP intends to replace Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant; Yesterday, NCB zonal director Sameer Wankhede reportedly reprimanded Ananya Panday for arriving at the agency’s office three hours later than the appointed time.
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A new TV ad of Aamir Khan for a tyre company has landed the actor in trouble. In the ad Khan is saying to burn crackers in society and not on the roads. BJP MP Ananthkumar Hegde said that the ad hurt sentiments of Hindus.
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Income Tax officials arrived at actor Sonu Sood's home in Mumbai this morning; Khalistani terror group Sikhs for Justice or SFJ has vowed to give PM Modi ‘sleepless nights in America’; Delhi witnessed fresh spells of rain leading to a rise in the water level in the Yamuna river; Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the Defence Offices Complexes at Kasturba Gandhi Marg and Africa Avenue in Delhi.
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Taliban came on drug addicts in the country. Hundreds of men were rounded up, and sent to rehab where their heads were shaved. Many of those in the rehab center were homeless people living on the streets of Kabul.
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The Bombay High Court will resume hearing Aryan Khan's bail plea at 2.30 pm tomorrow; A WHO technical advisory group reviewed data on Covaxin; Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra suggestion to party leaders; According to a study led by the University of Oxford in the UK, Covid-19 is more likely to cause very rare neurological conditions than vaccination with the AstraZeneca or Pfizer preventives.
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A video of a girl from Arunachal Pradesh’s Tawang has gone viral on social media, in which she is consoling her friend who is missing home. The video is widely spread on social media.
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The Central Bureau of Investigation has arrested a serving Indian Navy officer along with two retired ones. According to news agency ANI, the navy officers were arrested in connection with the leakage of confidential information related to the modernisation of a Kilo-class submarine.
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Former Facebook employee Frances Haugen has left Parliament after taking questions from MPs and peers about social media and the UK’s proposed Online Safety Bill. Report by Buseld. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Sir Keir Starmer has criticised Boris Johnson’s handling of the UK’s fuel crisis, saying “urgent action” is needed to tackle the shortage of lorry drivers.
The Labour leader said: “If it’s necessary to recall Parliament to get the relevant measures through, then Parliament should be recalled straight away … we need the Prime Minister to get a grip and take action.” Report by Buseld. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Tunisia has a new Prime Minister, the first female to hold the post. Najla Bouden Romdhane has been tasked by President Kais Saied to form a govt after he assumed executive authority, sacked the prime minister and suspended Parliament.
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Taliban took over Afghanistan in a matter days, over throwing Ashraf Ghani government and the US backed Afghan army. We will unearth the mystery as to how a handful of ill equipped fighters were able..