In the 1990s, the Taliban banned music in Afghanistan outright. Pop singer Ghezaal Enayat who lives in exile fears, that music in her home country will go completely quiet again – and is worried about the fate of fellow Afghan women.
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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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US and UK have warned its citizens to stay away from well known hotels in Afghanistan's capital Kabul due to intelligence of an imminent security threat. The well known Serena in particular can be a target according to intellignece inputs.
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Since their entry into Kabul, the Taliban have intimidated and tortured reporters, resulting in a mass exit of female journalists from the field. Those who have chosen to continue to report, face attacks or harassment. DW's Nick reports from Kabul. Taliban accused of torturing journalists for covering protests. Taliban says women can study in gender-segregated universities.
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The ISIS-K suicide bomber who carried out a terrorist attack at Kabul international airport in late August, killing 13 US service members and dozens of Afghans, had been released from a prison near Kabul just days earlier when the Taliban took control of the area, according to three US officials.
Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, who is the Taliban government's deputy prime minister, returned to Kabul after a month and assumed his duties. Baradar has refused to take security from the interior ministry headed by global terrorist Sirajuddin Haqqani.
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Anas Haqqani, a member of the Taliban Political Commission, speaks with CNN’s Nic Robertson about the US government’s decision to block the Taliban from accessing the billions of dollars held by the central bank in the United States.