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#DoNotToouchMyClothes: Las redes sociales de mujeres afganas protestan contra los talibanes

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Después de las manifestaciones callejeras en las principales ciudades de Afganistán, Las mujeres ahora han recurrido a las redes sociales para protestar contra las políticas de línea dura de los talibanes hacia ellas.. Una campaña en línea ha visto a mujeres afganas en todo el ....

UK borders bill could criminalise Afghan refugees, UN representative warns

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The UN’s refugee chief in London has said the introduction of the new nationality and borders bill could criminalise Afghan people who manage to escape the Taliban. Rossella Pagliuchi-Lor, the UNHCR’S representative i...

Afghan refugees in UK quarantine hotels treated like ‘prisoners’

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Afghans evacuated to the UK feel like prisoners after being left trapped in quarantine conditions longer than necessary, several of them have told the Guardian, prompting concern about their human rights and wellbeing...

Afghan women at university must study in female-only classrooms, Taliban say

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The Taliban have announced that women in Afghanistan will only be allowed to study at university in gender-segregated classrooms and Islamic dress will be compulsory, stoking fears that a gender apartheid will be impo...

Pen Farthing ‘so happy’ after Afghan staff left behind escape to Pakistan

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Former Royal marine Pen Farthing has said he is “so bloody happy” that his staff who worked at an animal shelter have made it out of Taliban-led Afghanistan. Paul “Pen” Farthing, who was forced to leave his Afghan sta...

The Afghan view of 9/11: ‘This is the day the bad times started’

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In Afghanistan 9/11 is remembered as a trigger for decades of war which this year have come full, grim circle. The Taliban who controlled the country and sheltered Osama bin Laden at the time of the attacks are once m...

‘Tomorrow they will kill me’: Afghan female police officers live in fear of Taliban reprisals

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Negar Masumi, a female police officer with 15 years of experience, was determined not to flee when the Taliban took control of her home province of Ghor in central Afghanistan. On Saturday night, gunmen, who called th...

Afghan journalists describe violent Taliban beatings when reporting on protests – video

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Two reporters from Kabul have said they were beaten for about 10 minutes by at least six men then locked in a cell, after reporting on protests in Panjshir valley. An acting Taliban minister, who declined to be identi...

Afghan women to be banned from playing sport, Taliban say

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Mujeres afganas, including the country’s women’s cricket team, will be banned from playing sport under the new Taliban government, according to an official in the hardline Islamist group. In an interview with the Austral...

Taliban name all-male Afghan cabinet

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Buenos dias. The Taliban have announced an all-male caretaker government including an interior minister wanted by the FBI, on a day when at least two people were killed by violent policing of street protests against ...

‘They came for my daughter’: Afghan single mothers face losing children under Taliban

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The day after Mazar-i-Sharif, the provincial capital of Balkh province, fell to the Taliban on 14 agosto, gunmen came for Raihana’s* six-year-old daughter. Widowed when her husband was murdered by Taliban forces in 20...

Afghan failures show ‘global Britain’ is just an empty slogan

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Nesrine Malik’s excellent article (For Afghan refugees Britain’s warm welcome will soon become cold comfort, 6 septiembre) highlights many of the issues facing Afghan refugees. Desafortunadamente, once asylum status has bee...

Afghan refugees can soon expect Britain’s warm welcome to turn into cold comfort

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For a brief moment, it would appear that the UK isn’t quite so “full up”, as the government launches Operation Warm Welcome to relocate refugees from Afghanistan. As the name – evocative of bold military action in the...

‘What can I do?": Afghan evacuees in UK fear for those left behind

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Back in Afghanistan, Hasib Nooralam had a high-flying career and was working as the director of youth crime at the attorney general’s office when the Taliban took over. After a treacherous journey to the airport, he w...

Afghan musicians silently await their fate as Taliban’s ban looms

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The shutters have been down all along Kharabat Street, the storied heart of Afghan musical life, since the Taliban swept into Kabul in mid-August. Musicians have taken their instruments home, or crammed them into stor...

Senior Tory demands end to ‘unseemly’ Cabinet row over Afghan crisis

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A senior Conservative MP is demanding an immediate end to the “unseemly and unprofessional” row between the foreign and defence secretaries over Afghanistan, warning that it is further damaging the UK’s already batter...

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