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ELECTION 2022

257 Afghan media outlets shut since Taliban takeover

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Over 70 per cent of Afghan media workers have become jobless or left the country after Kabul fell to the Taliban on August 15

 257 Afghan media outlets shut since Taliban takeover

By Agencies | 5 months ago

As Afghanistan adjusts to Taliban rule, music goes silent

As Afghanistan adjusts to Taliban rule, music goes silent

Cultural activities are allowed, they say, so long as they do not go against Sharia law and Afghanistan's Islamic culture.

Reuters | 8 months ago

Taliban allows Afghan women to attend university, bans mixed-gender classes

Speaking at a council gathering of tribal and faction leaders in Afghanistan on Sunday, Abdul said mixed-gender classes would not be allowed

Winfrey Owino | 8 months ago

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