Afghan woman volleyball player beheaded by Taliban

The Taliban in Afghanistan beheaded a woman volleyball player earlier this month, her coach said. Mahjabin Hakimi was a member of Afghan junior women’s national volleyball team. She was also a star player for Kabul Municipality Volleyball Club before the collapse of the Ashraf Ghani government. According to the coach, Hakimi was beheaded by the … Read more

Taliban to Announce New Government; Hebatullah Akhundzada to be Supreme Leader

The Taliban is likely to announce new government for Afghanistan following the US army’s withdrawal from the country. The announcement of a new administration, earlier expected to be made after Friday afternoon prayers, would now not happen until Saturday at the earliest, a Taliban spokesman said. The Taliban leader Hebatullah Akhundzada will be the Supreme … Read more

Rescue mission in Kabul will continue after the deadline as the Taliban give reassurance; Ireland looks forward to bring back its people safely

Foreign citizens including those of Irish will be able to leave even after the deadline on August 31 from Afghanistan, the government officials confirmed. 90 countries including US and UK have issued a joint statement which reads, the Taliban regime in Afghan have assured them about allowing continuing rescue missions even after the deadline proposed … Read more

At least five people killed in explosions near Kabul airport

At least five people killed following two explosions near Hamid Karzai airport in Kabul today afternoon. Meanwhile the Taliban and Russian Foreign Ministry reported 13 deaths and 15 injuries. There were fears that terrorist attack would take place near airport in the wake of Taliban’s deadline to complete evacuations by August 31. The warning was … Read more

No extension of evacuation deadline beyond August 31, says Biden; More Afghan nationals rush to Kabul airport; European countries in contradiction with US decision

Afghanistan shows a rise in number of people reaching to flee from the country after the US President Joe Biden’s confirmation that the US-led evacuations will end next week. The Taliban had already warned the US to leave the country by August 31. But many countries including those of Europe had appealed Mr Biden to … Read more

The Taliban show real face; 3 protestors shot dead, women beaten up in Afghanistan

The Taliban are showing their real face just after their hopeful statement that the women will be given freedom and no vengeance will be taken against former government supporters. On Wednesday, the Taliban terrorists shot fires at protestors in Jalalabad, a city nearer to Pakistan border and about 150km away from the capital city of … Read more

No Afghan national will be deported from Ireland, confirms Minister of State for Immigration

No deportation orders are currently being enforced in Ireland, Minister of State for Law Reform, Youth Justice and Immigration James Browne TD confirmed with reference to the proposed deportation of Afghan nationals from the country. The Minister took the issue to his Twitter handle and made it clear that no one will be returned to … Read more

Call on Ireland to take in at least 1,000 refugees from Afghanistan; Situation worsen as women models’ photos on walls white washed in Kabul

International human rights organisations including The Irish Refugee Council, Amnesty International and the Movement of Asylum Seekers in Ireland (Masi) requested Ireland to take in more refugees from the Taliban caught Afghanistan. The Irish government had confirmed that 195 humanitarian visas would be issued for Afghan refugees. But as the situation worsens in Afghanistan, this … Read more

Ireland to receive 195 refugees from the Taliban captured Afghanistan

Ireland will issue 195 humanitarian visas to refugees from Afghanistan, the Irish government confirmed. The government had already announced 45 visas to refugees amid the Taliban attacks and ravaging power in Afghanistan but yesterday the officials said that 150 additional visas will be issued along with them under the Irish Refugee Protection Programme (IRPP). The … Read more

Afghanistan President flees from country; Speculations of ‘peaceful power transfer’ to the Taliban

Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani has left the country after the Taliban terrorists entered the capital city of Kabul. Mr Ghani will take refuge in Tajikistan as per the latest reports. The Taliban insurgents had reached outskirts today on Sunday, but said they were now being sent into the city, the BBC reports. After Taliban capturing … Read more

Taliban to reach Kabul from ‘all sides’; Possibility of power transfer increases

The Taliban terrorists have almost entered Afghanistan’s capital Kabul from all sides and there are speculations that the government will transfer power to the extremists anytime soon. As per the reports, the Taliban fighters have reached the outskirts of Kabul just a day after capturing Kandahar, the second largest city in the country. Meanwhile the … Read more

US and UK try to bring back citizens from Afghanistan amid Taliban set to march to Kabul

After capturing Kandahar, the second largest city in Afghanistan, the Taliban terrorists are feared to be advancing to the State capital Kabul. The group started their attacks in the country following US and Nato allies’ withdrawal of troops after almost 20 years of occupation. Soon after the Taliban started to invade cities, the US and … Read more

Taliban invaded Kandahar, the second largest city in Afghanistan

The terrorist group Taliban has claimed to have captured Kandahar, the second largest city in Afghanistan. ‘The Mujahideen reached Martyrs’ Square in the city‘ a Taliban official twitter account claimed in a tweet. The AFP also confirmed the government forces have been withdrawn from the area. After US’s announcement to withdraw its military force as … Read more