Afghanistan

Taliban Terrorists Write to U.S. Congress Asking for Money

The “foreign ministry” of the Taliban urged the United States Congress in an open letter published Wednesday to unfreeze Afghan government assets to allow them to govern effectively, asserting that they are a “united, responsible and non-corrupt government.”

Taliban fighters pose for a picture in front of a bakery at a market area in Khenj district, Panjshir Province on September 15, 2021, days after the hardline Islamist group announced the capture of the last province resisting to their rule. - Under late Afghan commander Ahmad Shah Massoud, the …

Taliban Appoints Dozens of ‘Governors’ Across Afghanistan

The Taliban regime, which styles itself as the “Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan” or IEA, on Sunday announced it has appointed 44 of its members as provincial governors and police chiefs. The international community has expressed unease with the Taliban’s practice of suppressing political opposition by reserving most high government offices for its own members.

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