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On GPS: The inside story of the U.S. Afghan withdrawal

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On GPS: The inside story of the U.S. Afghan withdrawal

On GPS: The inside story of the U.S. Afghan withdrawal

Former US Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad joins Fareed to break down the events leading up to America’s exit from its longest war.


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TTP claims onus for Peshawar blast; Death toll rises to over 70 | Oneindia News*Explainer [Video]

TTP claims onus for Peshawar blast; Death toll rises to over 70 | Oneindia News*Explainer

The death toll in Peshawar blast that rocked the Pakistani city yesterday has reached over 70. More than 150 have been reported to be injured..or grievously wounded in this suicide bomb blast that apparently targeted policemen praying in a mosque within the tightly guarded police headquarters area. Initially..no outfit claimed the responsibility for this but later….a brother of a slain commander of the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan… Umar Khalid Khurasani… took responsibility . He termed it as an act of revenge for his brother who was killed in August last year in Afghanistan. Yesterday’s attack is so far the biggest one carried out by the TTP whose main targets...in the last few years have mostly been security personnel installations. In this video…we take a look at the emergence...rise of this outlawed outfit, TTP i.e Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan…along with discussing how Pakistan has become a victim of its own policies of harbouring terrorist organisations in its backyard. But before that, don’t forget to like, share and subscribe to Oneindia. peshawar blast,peshawar mosque blast,TTP, Tehreek e Taliban ,peshawar blast news,blast in peshawar,peshawar blast yesterday,peshawar blast update,peshawar bomb blast cctv,peshawar,peshawar bomb blast,peshawar blast updates,blast in peshawar mosque,bomb blast peshawar,peshawar blast cctv footage,blast at peshawar madrassah,peshawar dir colony blast,peshawar news,peshawar blast latestOneindia English, Oneindia News #Peshawarblast #Tehreeketalibanpakistan#Pakistanbombblast

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UN Food Agency Warns Malnutrition Rates in Afghanistan Have Reached Record High [Video]

UN Food Agency Warns Malnutrition Rates in Afghanistan Have Reached Record High

UN Food Agency Warns , Malnutrition Rates in Afghanistan , Have Reached Record High. The United Nation's World Food Program (WFP) made the announcement on January 26. 'The Independent' reports that half of the country has endured severe hunger throughout the year. . Half of Afghanistan endures severe hunger throughout the year, regardless of the season, and malnutrition rates are at a record high for Afghanistan, Phillipe Kropf, Spokesman for the U.N. food agency in Kabul, via 'The Independent'. There are seven million children (under the age of 5) and mothers who are malnourished, in a country with a population of 40 million, Phillipe Kropf, Spokesman for the U.N. food agency in Kabul, via 'The Independent'. In August 2021, the Taliban takeover resulted in millions of people falling into poverty and hunger after foreign aid was cut off. . In response to the situation, the WFP boosted its delivery and distribution to reach 15 million with emergency food assistance and nutrition support. Other aid agencies are also providing food, education and healthcare, but distribution has been severely impacted by a Taliban ban on women working. . The ban has come at the worst possible moment. Families and communities don’t know where their next meal is coming from, Phillipe Kropf, Spokesman for the U.N. food agency in Kabul, via 'The Independent'. 'The Independent' reports that the ban was put in place alongside a number of other measures which restrict the rights and freedoms of women in Afghanistan. The measures have drawn international condemnation and protests to have the bans lifted

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No contact from ICC, say Afghan women cricketers

The Afghanistan women's cricket team say the ICC has not contacting them since the Taliban takeover 18 months ago.
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Afghanistan, China, Japan battle dangerous lows as record cold hits Asia [Video]

Afghanistan, China, Japan battle dangerous lows as record cold hits Asia

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Afghanistan's winter turns deadly, killing at least 150 people [Video]

Afghanistan's winter turns deadly, killing at least 150 people

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