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Afghan children wait to receive basic medical care and clothing on Camp Clark, Khowst province, Afghanistan, Dec. 22.
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Afghan children face acute food shortage

The Manila Times 21 Nov 2021
KABUL. As World Children's Day is celebrated on Saturday (Sunday in Manila) in many countries across the globe to promote children's rights to education, health and joy, many children in war-torn Afghanistan have to work on the street to help their families to survive.
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Afghan children face acute food shortage amid conflict, poverty

Suryaa 21 Nov 2021
Kabul, Nov 21 (IANS) As World Children's Day was celebrated in many countries across the globe to promote children's rights to education, health and joy, many children in war-torn Afghanistan have to work on the street to help their families to survive ... Kabul resident, suggested.
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PM Modi to host President Putin for one-to-one meeting on Dec 6

Hindustan Times 18 Nov 2021
The rise of ISKP and Al Qaeda in Afghanistan due to no governance experience of the Taliban will not only rally around all the Islamic jihadists to Kabul but also spark off radicalization all over the globe particularly in neighboring countries.
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‘If I can get a plane into the sky, I can do anything’: female Afghan pilot refuses to be grounded

The Observer 16 Nov 2021
When news broke that the Taliban had seized Kabul, Mirzaee was already at the airport in her uniform, preparing for her evening flight to Istanbul ... I couldn’t believe Kabul had fallen ... Mirzaee attended Kabul’s Afghan-Turk Maarif school but finished her final year in Port Colborne in Canada, where she first considered a career in aviation.
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About 50 Afghan refugees from October airlift to resettle in Joplin area

The Joplin Globe 10 Nov 2021
In an emailed response to a series of questions from the Globe, RAISE said most of the people being resettled were flown out of Afghanistan in the Kabul Airport evacuation and travel plans have not yet been finalized, but the Afghans will be arriving in Joplin in the next few weeks.
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How Photos of Afghan Suffering Shown Over and Over Perpetuate Inequality and Harm

PetaPixel 06 Nov 2021
The day after the attack at the airport, the Washington Post, the Boston Globe, the Chicago Tribune and other outlets ran headlines like “13 US troops die in Kabul attacks” and “Kabul blasts kill at least 13 US troops.” Accompanying these headlines were photographs of the aftermath of the attack but not of U.S ... 26, 2021, bombing in Kabul.
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Afghan refugee finds safety, peace and power in Northeast Ohio after harrowing journey fleeing Taliban

Cleveland 16 Oct 2021
Mursal’s name has been changed for this story, to protect her identity and family members who remain in danger in Kabul, where Mursal’s journey to freedom began. THE FALL OF KABUL ... But they convinced her it was OK to leave and she took off, alone, for the Kabul airport ... Everything is finished for women since Kabul fell,” Mursal said.
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Afghan refugee finds safety, peace and power in Northeast Ohio with help from Gold Star wife

Stars and Stripes 16 Oct 2021
Mursal’s name has been changed for this story, to protect her identity and family members who remain in danger in Kabul, where Mursal’s journey to freedom began ... The fall of Kabul ... But they convinced her it was OK to leave and she took off, alone, for the Kabul airport ... Everything is finished for women since Kabul fell,” Mursal said.
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The Role of Mercenaries in Afghan Disaster

GlobalResearch 04 Oct 2021
In “How a guy known as ‘Canadian Dave’ helped get 100 people out of Afghanistan in final days of Taliban takeover” Judy Trinh writes about David Lavery helping get some of those gathered near the Kabul airport on to flights ... Toronto company Globe Risk Holdings had offices in Kabul and Kandahar.
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Turkey builds border wall to prevent Afghan refuge influx

Beijing News 25 Sep 2021
Ankara September 25 (ANI). In order to restrain the potential influx of Afghan refugees, Turkey has decided to build a 10 feet high concrete slab ... Earlier on August 15, when the Taliban gained control over the capital city of Kabul, anti-Pakistan protests across the globe were organised against Islamabad's role in helping the Taliban ... (ANI) ....
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Iran sharply divided on recognizing the Taliban

Asiatimes 20 Sep 2021
Before the fall of Kabul, approximately 25% of Afghanistan’s international trade was with Iran ... Iran’s embassy in Kabul is functional ... “It is not just them but most other radical Islamist groups across the globe have been inspired by how the Taliban took over Kabul and defeated the West, so it’s a sign of hope for them,” he told Asia Times.
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Afghan child, evacuated alone, arrives in Canada: Report

Al Jazeera 14 Sep 2021
A three-year-old Afghan boy has made it to Toronto, where his father lives, after leaving Kabul alone more than two weeks ago, Canadian news outlet The Globe and Mail reported. The boy, whom The Globe identified with the pseudonym Ali for safety concerns for his family in Afghanistan, arrived in Canada on Monday after a 14-hour flight from Qatar.
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Letters: Gov. DeSantis should consider his actions while criticizing President Biden

The Florida Times Union 14 Sep 2021
During the last 10 days of August, our military evacuated 122,000 Americans and Afghanis from the Kabul airport to safe zones across the globe. The evacuation proceeded in an environment fraught with danger from a bloodthirsty enemy that flipped control of the entire country in less than two weeks ... Gov ... Imagine if Gov ...  .
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Local View: If we're a great country, we welcome Afghan refugees

Duluth News Tribune 13 Sep 2021
“The cries that blame contend with a wailing that cannot be comforted.” ... While there, the refugees will wait for more permanent placements with the aid of resettlement agencies ... A now-iconic scene seen across the globe was that of an infant being lifted from the mass of Afghan people desperate to get across the barrier into the airport in Kabul ... .
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The war on terror and the long death of liberal interventionism

Vox 08 Sep 2021
Christina Animashaun/Vox ... US forces remain engaged in counterterrorism operations across the globe . After an ISIS suicide bombing at Kabul airport during the withdrawal killed an estimated 170 people, including 13 American service members, the US launched drone strikes against ISIS targets in Afghanistan — killing at least 10 Afghan civilians ... ...
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