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Fresh update on "kabul" discussed on Telugu Kathalu

Telugu Kathalu

01:24 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kabul" discussed on Telugu Kathalu

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Bombing Outside Afghan School Kills at Least 50, With Girls as Targets

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:12 sec | 4 d ago

Bombing Outside Afghan School Kills at Least 50, With Girls as Targets

"And at least 50 people are confirmed dead in this weekend's bombing of a girl's school in the Afghan capital of Kabul. It Interior Ministry spokesman says the attack happened as students were leaving for the day more than 100 people were

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Fresh update on "kabul" discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

01:11 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kabul" discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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Afghanistan Bombing at Girls' School Kills 50

WBZ Morning News

00:40 sec | 4 d ago

Afghanistan Bombing at Girls' School Kills 50

"50 are now confirmed dead following a bombing outside of girls school in Afghanistan, CBS and Charlie Dagga in Kabul, even in a country that is no stranger to violence, just a horrific attack. Intentionally targeting that school, Justus. The bell rang at the end of the school day and Children came rushing out of the building. Images of the scene showed bloody textbooks, school shoes and backpacks and did the burning wreckage of the car bomb. Theo Interior Ministry told us most of the victims are schoolgirls. Authorities say the students killed were between the ages of 11 and 15.

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Fresh update on "kabul" discussed on BBC Newsday

BBC Newsday

00:31 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "kabul" discussed on BBC Newsday

"Afghanistan today, part for Uncertain future everyone finds themselves in a system that will govern Afghanistan's future. That's the desire whether it is feasible or not. Hotel Selin Limit is director of the Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit. I think tank which is based in Kabul. A lot of people in Kabul have hard time to accept that because they say, how can the Taliban be part of the system? If peace negotiations do succeed? The movement will have to do something It's never done before. Share power. The Taliban have a choice to also become part of a much more open system with democratic values because the strongest characteristic often open and democratic system Is that it can also provide a space for Taliban toe come sit and talk express themselves mobilized their own people and supporters. President Biden's.

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Bomb Kills at Least 25 Near Girls' School in Afghan Capital

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 5 d ago

Bomb Kills at Least 25 Near Girls' School in Afghan Capital

"Afghan government spokesman said bomb has exploded near a school in the majority Shiite district of west Kabul killing at least twenty five people many of them young students the Taliban condemned the attack apparently aimed at civilians and denied any responsibility balances were rushing to evacuate wounded from the scene of the blast near the school well no one has claimed responsibility for the bombing previous often brutal attacks in this neighborhood have been claimed by the Ferghana slamming state affiliate the radical Sunni Muslim group has declared war on Afghanistan's minority Shiite Muslims I'm in serious Jackie

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21 Killed in Suicide Bombing in Afghanistan Ahead of US Troop Withdrawl

WBZ Afternoon News

00:54 sec | Last week

21 Killed in Suicide Bombing in Afghanistan Ahead of US Troop Withdrawl

"U. S and NATO troops began pulling out of Afghanistan late Friday, 21 people were killed as many as 90 were injured and a suicide truck bombing in Afghanistan. There's no indication the attack was connected to the troop pullout. CBS is Charlie Dear God is in the Afghan capital of Kabul with the latest the conflict has cost the lives of more than 2400, U. S servicemen and women. More than 20,000 injured on the death toll among Afghans more than 60,000 members of the security service is nearly twice as many civilians. America's longest war may soon be coming to an end here. But Afghanistan's war is not over and the departure of international forces may open a new, more turbulent chapter in this country's bloody history. The withdrawal of US troops is due to be complete by September, 11th. It's

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Formal Start of Final Phase of Afghan Pullout by US, NATO

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last week

Formal Start of Final Phase of Afghan Pullout by US, NATO

"America and NATO have begun their final withdrawal from Afghanistan ending America's forever war after nearly twenty years president Biden said may one is the date to begin the final pullout but diplomatic and military officials say the packing up began almost a month ago the last US and allied forces are scheduled to be gone by September eleventh the western diplomats in Kabul say July fourth is the goal Afghanistan's chief peace negotiator Abdullah Abdullah says finding peace with the Taliban will be a huge challenge but I wouldn't call it didn't of the world the people on the streets of Kabul say Afghanistan's own army is capable good news has not all the notes violence in the country peach with the arrival of foreign forces but a bill of warns Afghan political leaders must be United in talks with the Taliban a peaceful inclusive peaceful settlement is said is what everybody believes in adding nobody has forgotten the recent history of the country I'm Ben Thomas

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John Kerry visits China for climate mission talks

1A

01:45 min | 3 weeks ago

John Kerry visits China for climate mission talks

"Eh? We're talking to Sean Carberry, who writes on foreign policy and was a former NPR correspondent based in Kabul. Paul Dano Hara, Washington bureau chief for the BBC, and Nancy Yusef, national security correspondent for The Wall Street Journal. Speaking of China on Wednesday, the United States special presidential envoy for Climate John Kerry arrived in China ahead of an environmental summit being held by Joe Biden later this month. Carrie was expected to lay the ground for that meeting and urged Chinese officials tome or address climate change. Paul When we co thinking about shifting to China, the U. S and China are the two biggest polluters in the world. Can you tell us the significance of this trip and what pushed back? We've gotten from China on this. It's important it's you know, it's the first attempt to try and for this administration, try and sit down with the Chinese and starts work things out. The problem that America faces is it wants to be able to compartmentalize. Different issues with China. It was going to say, Let's get together and talk about climate and work it out because it's in their best interest, but also stay away from Taiwan and don't fiddle around here and don't do this on the Chinese Don't have that perspective. When it comes to foreign policy. They they don't put things in little boxes and treat them independently. They will not be able to Forget that America criticizes Chinese about other things while asking them for their support. The other thing the Chinese don't say, Well, look, you walked away from the Paris climate deal. You know, we've been plowing on We've been making more more commitments to carbon when you reducing carbon on reducing or the other greenhouse effect, and you spent four years basically going backward. So the Chinese are saying, we're not listening to you until you get your house in order. So America is trying to say We're back on the international stage when it comes to the environmental concerns and the Chinese the same. Well, we never left. So

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Blinken in Afghanistan to Sell Biden Troop Withdrawal

The Ben & Skin Show

00:33 sec | Last month

Blinken in Afghanistan to Sell Biden Troop Withdrawal

"Administration is defending the plan to pull out remaining troops from Afghanistan. Always after President Biden's announcement, Secretary of State Antony Blinken arrived in the Afghan capital Kabul, and he told Afghan President Ashraf Ghani that the U. S remains committed to Afghanistan. We have a partnership is changing in Georgia President Ghani said He respects the United States decision. There is huge uncertainty about what the withdrawal means for Afghanistan, including speculation the Taliban might return to power in

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The Hitler Haggadah with Jonnie Schnytzer

Jewish History Matters

09:33 min | Last month

The Hitler Haggadah with Jonnie Schnytzer

"Joined today by johnny schnitzer to talk about the hitler. Haga a nineteen forty-three judeo arabic haggadah. Which tells the story of the holocaust the second world war and the allied landing in north africa through the passover seder. Johnny schnitzer is a phd candidate at bar. Ilan university with a focus on medieval kabbalah. His dissertation is focused on the fourteenth century. Kabul list rabbi. Joseph ben shallow ashkenazi and johnny is also preparing a critical edition of ashkenazis. Commentary on sefer itsy raw. Johnny also edited an english edition of the etc. Which we're going to be talking about today. The hitler etc is such a fascinating text in many ways even just the title is jarring. And you might think how can you use. Hitler's name in the title of this traditional jewish text and it draws you in to a tremendous piece of moroccan jewish history that reworked the traditional passover story to tell us about the experience of north african jews in the holocaust. I hope you enjoyed our conversation. Where we're going to dive into this text and think about how it can broaden our understanding of the holocaust to include the middle east and north africa in that story and also where we think through the important relationship between jewish roots and holidays with history and historical memory. Thanks for tuning in high johnny. Welcome to the podcast. Thanks so much for joining us to talk about your book that you added. Thank you for inviting me. Lovely to be here. Absolute think this is such a fascinating text. Can you maybe tell us a little bit about it in other words like what is it that makes this different from all other hug adults. I think there are sort of two bombs that this text drops upon any re- debt guest that sort of feast there is on the hit laga and the first one of course is the title and this is what got me interested in this from the outset and that is this sort of sporadic this who has the chutzpah to do this at taking a jewish texts calling it the hit laga. That's the sort of bomb number one. Because you're not even sure what this is about. Who wrote this. But you know one thing you know that the author who is anonymous and we'll touch upon them in a moment takes to keywords. That every juneau's today every jew does not need to google almost haggadah writer passover passover eve where we read the haggadah we all come and we eat together and he takes haggadah and he connects to the other. Keyword that we all know about for a very separate horrific connotation. That's hitler and he puts it together. The first bomb is who has the chutzpah to perpetrate a text. And give it the title. Hit laga taking one of the most sacred texts and connecting it to one of the biggest mom's area if you like in jewish history and then you open the text and you realize that author has done something absolutely fascinating he is done with. The sages have asked us to do generation after generation and that is to see ourselves as if we left egypt red. It's to reenact. Redemptions to reenact. God saving the jewish people taking us out. And what does he do. He takes the structure of the storytelling bit of the haggadah. Right on passover. Eve we have the ceremony we have the blessings and then we reached the mortgage section the mugged section to section where we meant to mcgee. We meant to tell the story. That's what is about right. We tell story we tell the story of redemption. This also explains why passovers become right. This trend of everyone bringing own hug dot. Everyone bringing their own stories. Because it's all about bringing together different pieces of the puzzle. Creating this beautifully rich mosaic. So he takes the traditional structure of the haggadah which tells us about how we were taken out of egypt and it tells us about these different characters. Rabbinic figures leaving two thousand years ago. The told us to do this and told us to do that. And he takes out the content and fills it with a new content whereby he tells the story of the holocaust of world war two of the allied victory of the ex pows over nazi germany. And hitler and mussolini's italy he tells us the story of his generation rights yossi who has something to tell us in the traditional said. There's something about how. How would you meant to do something. All of a sudden becomes the speech of the dictator iosif stalin when we told them the haggadah that i god and not an angel. Not anyone else is going to take you. The jewish people out of egypt suddenly becomes. I shall the goal. I not level not the right none of none of the other vichy high commanding general's. I shall the goal which already tells us right. This is what's fascinating in the hitler etc and this is the second bomb if the first bomb is the title. We still don't know what it's about. The second bomb is when you discover that this was written by an anonymous jew living in robots morocco probably towards the end of nineteen forty-three as a result possibly inspired by operation torch. The allied operation led by the us on the shores of casablanca and algiers. And everything changes all of a sudden this jew living in morocco. Who's lived under a regime whether anti jewish laws jews around him have lost their jobs. Jews around you can't get a jewish education you become by night a second-grade citizen and so out author. It almost seems as if he's taking a text which it's time to write it when we don't yet know the ending. He doesn't yet know about the horrific six million who are being murdered. He doesn't know about concentration camps in poland. But he knows he wants to do something horrific any also is living in a time where his life has changed for some years and as a result of the allied victory he suddenly possibly is inspired and sees. I get the exodus. The story i meant to be telling i meant to take the passover haggadah until the story that i see and that's how the allies beat the excess power. And how in fact you know retelling the story of exodus mine new-fangled version. I think that the text itself is amazing in the ways in which it on. The one hand utilizes the story of passover very explicitly very specifically in when he talks. About how hitler. Enslaved the jews but also like you mentioned the way in which some of the characteristic aspects of the traditional aspects are transfigured and transformed new. Whether we're talking about the parable of the four sons the for children or the different rabbis plagues. What are some of the really interesting things that are happening in this text that really are utilizing the passover story itself and also the the characteristic aspects of the passover seder that people who read attritional seder would be familiar with but they give it new meaning in this context. If we take right this this idea of the four sons four daughters any jewish figure that we look at it and we want to understand. What is it the sort of a heart of their teachings you know. One of the tricks is to see if they wrote a commentary on the haggadah. What do they do with these. Four boys of for doors. What do they symbolize. And in the case of the hit da it takes us back in time to a sort of moroccan viewpoint of the the north african campaign. And so who is the wise son now. You know it's going to be an allied power. But you're not sure that england or is it america and you'll told the the wise son is england right. The royal air force acts cleverly. He's clearly impressed he he is probably the razzie stance radio. He knows about the bombings. He knows about montgomery and then we move onto the russia. The russia we know can only be one person. That's clearly hitler. Hitler the evil one. He knows that he's a know he. He's torturing the jewish people and yet it's interesting that if you read through the at that we're not quite sure what's going on in europe right off a thinks that there is a concentration camp in berlin so we're not yet show what's going on in the world and our author doesn't yet. Nobody knows that he clearly is evil that he's plotting against the jews there wearing yellow badges which also is interesting. Because we're not sure. If he's referring to the yellow badges of jews in europe or the yellow badges of jews in certain places in north africa and then who is the tam. The time is interesting. Because tom can both mean in hebrew complete simpleton the thomas america and then shane no. You're dillashaw and who doesn't know how to ask questions. The classic version says the fourth son is the son who doesn't know how to ask questions. The newfangled version is and mussalini. Who isn't with the avowed woods and this is very interesting because when i was speaking to holocaust survivors. Oh you know this. Sort of all degeneration and i spoke to people from algeria from tunisia morocco across the board there was a nickname from cellini mar. He was the donkey he was the s. This resonates with this passage whims lead author decides to change it. And say it's not. He doesn't ask question it's that we don't even wanna talk about

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Melissa Febos On The Gray Area Of Sex And Consent

LGBTQ&A

05:10 min | Last month

Melissa Febos On The Gray Area Of Sex And Consent

"I want to start off by talking about consent. Which all the stories deal with in some way you know. When it comes to sexual consent we tend to say things like yes means yes and no means no which simplifies things This book capture. What a truly shockingly complicated thing consent is and. I don't think we talk enough about that. Actually i think we talked about it quite a bit but we talk about it within a particular set of terms that in the process of writing this book and reflecting on it i realized don't leave a lot of space for sort of the grey areas in between and i have the experience where i went to cuddle party which i'm sure some of your listeners will be familiar with others not so much. It's pretty much what it sounds like. It's kind of like a sex party but just cutting no sex and what happened. Was i gave affirmative consent to a couple of strangers at the cuddle party cuddled with them. There is a great emphasis on consent at the cuddle party and we sort of did a whole workshop unconcerned before they cuddle party even commence and nonetheless. I consented to kabul with a couple of people that i wasn't really that excited to cuddle with and subsequently had like kind of a weird shitty experience and felt pretty gross afterwards and ended up sort of having this question for myself of y as a lifelong feminist someone who considers herself very fluent in issues around consent. Why had i said yes when i really would have preferred to say no. I set out to try to answer that question when i came up with was our experiences with consent. Don't fall into binary of yes or no good and bad right and in fact it's when you grow up in a culture where you're discouraged from ever saying no it's almost guaranteed that you're gonna have an experience of consenting to something that actually doesn't feel that good and for me it really opened up this larger topic of what what do you. Yes and no really mean in a culture where you're prescribed to say yes all the time. Also i think everyone has experienced of saying no and having to like managing emotions of the person in front of us and that can be a big challenge. Sometimes that makes you just say like instead but we don't teach how to deal with that exactly it's messy. I'm in a relationship now where it took like the whole first year of our relationship for me to get comfortable in a very welcoming environment to be like. I don't really feel like having sex right now. I'd like to stop now. And my partner is so encouraging and supportive of that. But i've spent so many years believing in experiencing that as a problem that took a lot of sort of talking in practice in bravery to undo it which is really sort of like one of the main obsessions challenges. Questions of the book. What kind of work does it taken. Is it possible to undo that kind of habituation or that kind of social conditioning. And i think like the answer i got as the reader is. Yes it's possible no. It's not easy and no. You might never be done doing that. Work right like all kinds of internal work. It might never be So you've an interesting perspective. I think as someone who is by and dates all genders just to talk about the male female binary for a second. How do you see consent. And what that means like different between men and women very broadly. Speaking my experience as a woman is that. I've been conditioned to be agreeable to accommodate other people's needs to prioritize my lover's desires ahead of my own and to say yes as much as possible array and so that could get complicated. Sometimes when you sleep with women everyone saying yes all the time. It also means that we have lots of orgasms like everybody has shit loads of orgasm. That's my experience of lesbian sex. At least at the you know after a certain age when you're comfortable asking for but it can also be sort of this like infinite feedback loop of accommodation. You know where. Nobody really wants to disappoint her upset. Anybody and so it's taken some work for for me to be able to set boundaries with women and to get them to do the same thing. And i think with man. It's like you know. I've been in a number of serious relationships with men and they were always very sensitive lake interested in affirmative consent but i really encountered a lot of what i call the book and d consent where i had so many scripts in my mind. We just live in such a heterosexual culture. That if you're having heterosexuals it's impossible not to have a million scripts downloaded into brain just from watching movies in commercials and seeing billboards and we know what it's supposed to look and sound like so i think when i've slept men it's been harder for me to get away from scripts and there's a level of performance that just turns on that i have a little bit more space from in sleeping with women

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Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin makes unannounced visit to Afghanistan

BBC Newshour

00:17 sec | Last month

Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin makes unannounced visit to Afghanistan

"The U. S Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has called for a reduction in violence in Afghanistan during a brief, unannounced visit to Kabul. After talks with the Afghan president. The former Army general refused to be drawn on whether Washington still plan to withdraw troops from Afghanistan by May.

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Pentagon chief lands in Afghanistan ahead of troop withdrawal deadline

Raul Campos

00:53 sec | Last month

Pentagon chief lands in Afghanistan ahead of troop withdrawal deadline

"Secretary Lloyd Austin is meeting with the president of Afghanistan. He arrived in Kabul today, marking his first trip to the country as Pentagon chief. NPR's D headed reports. Austin's visit comes amid uncertainty as to how long American forces will stay in the country. Defense Secretary Austin's unannounced visit was first reported by local media. He arrived in Kabul from India. He's expected to make senior officials including the Afghan president, Ashraf Honey. His visit comes days after President Biden said it would be tough to meet him a first deadline to withdraw troops from Afghanistan. US agreed to that deadline in a deal side with the Taliban lost February. But Biden said American forces wouldn't stay a lot longer. The Taliban, though, have warned of consequences if that deal isn't met. That could include renewed attacks on foreign forces. Indeed. NPR NEWS ISLAMABAD

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Defense Secretary Austin makes unannounced visit to Afghanistan

BBC Newshour

00:56 sec | Last month

Defense Secretary Austin makes unannounced visit to Afghanistan

"U. S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has called for a reduction in violence in Afghanistan during a brief, unannounced visit to Kabul. Speaking after talks with President Ashraf Ghani, Mr Austin refused to be drawn on whether the Biden administration still plan to withdraw troops from Afghanistan by May, as stipulated in the U. S agreement with the Taliban last year. His are Afghanistan. Correspondent Secunda Kamani. Many analysts now see a Z being increasingly unlikely that American forces will be withdrawn by made the first. But if that's the case, us needs to somehow smooth things over with the Taliban, because the fear is that if they don't the Taliban will intensify their violence. They'll resume attacks against international forces. The one thing they haven't done over the Course of the past year, So there's a diplomatic push going on to try and find try and make some kind of progress really in the peace process before May, the first

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Forces to be reckoned with: Afghan peace talks

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:57 min | 2 months ago

Forces to be reckoned with: Afghan peace talks

"Today. Russia will host a conference on afghanistan aimed at supporting the peace process. The talks will bring together the afghan government and representatives of the taliban as well as several international players including america. The meeting comes at a crucial time for afghanistan. Last february following negotiations with the taliban the trump administration agreed to withdraw all american troops by may first of this year on tuesday president. Joe biden told george stephanopoulos of abc news. That america may miss that deadline. I'm in the process of making that decision. Now as to when they'll leave the fact is that very solidly negotiated deal that The president the former president worked out. And so we're in consultation with our allies as well as the government and That decision's gonna be. It's process now likely to take longer. I think a lot longer but may i. It's tough could happen but it is tough because as it stands there are two and a half thousand american troops and a thousand more special operations forces in afghanistan. that's down from a peak of more than one hundred thousand as with its predecessors. Mr biden's administration will be keen to end america's longest war who premature departure could spell disaster. The peace conference being held today in moscow is an attempt to bring together the taliban insurgents and the afghan government to try and come up with some kind of arrangement for how afghanistan could be run in future and therefore stop the war between those two sides. Edward mcbride is our asia editor. This is just one of several peace conferences underway or planned. There's going to be another peace conference in turkey. In april and for months now there have been peace talks underway between the afghan government and the taliban in qatar. And they haven't been making much headway. Which is why. Russia and the. Us have tried these new initiatives and one big question looming over all this is whether or not to the biden administration will fulfil the promise to pull out troops by may first. What does it look like for for that commitment. That deadline was agreed in separate peace talks between america and the taliban concluded over a year ago under the administration of donald trump and it always looked quite optimistic and i think the difficulty for the biden administration is to decide whether or not to stick to that deadline on the one hand if they take all the troops out. The taliban may decide to hell with the peace talks. We'll just try and overrun the afghan government by conquest. And that would obviously look very embarrassing and would call into question all the work that the us has done over the past twenty years to try and institute a different kind of government within afghanistan on the other hand. If they say they're going to stay and ignore the deadline of may i. Then they face the prospect of renewed taliban offensive so then there's the prospect that america will find itself embroiled justice heavily as it has been for twenty years in the afghan civil war more american casualties and more expense and difficulty without any clear prospect of how the war might end but coming to a decision on those questions is exactly what these peace talks are about right absolutely so in theory. The peace talks provide a great way out for everyone. The hitch is that the peace talks that have been underway encounter for many months. Now have not yielded any kind of a breakthrough and unfortunately there's not much reason to expect the talks today in russia or indeed the talks in turkey next month to yield any more of a breakthrough and so why the impasse for what that. They're not getting the bottom line really. Is that both. The taliban and the afghan government think of themselves as the rightful rulers of afghanistan. And they're not really working to their own schedules. Right hold process has been determined by the fact that the trump administration originally but by administration now are both keen to end america's longest war neither within telenor within the afghan government has the sort of internal process of deciding how much they're willing to give up really preceded far enough to meet that deadline of the first of may the way out of the impasse that america has been pushing in recent days is sort of power sharing agreement whereby both the taliban and the afghan government come together to form a government of national unity. Where they both control some ministries. Perhaps they both have some kind of control over the security forces and whilst in that power sharing government they reach some kind of final agreement about a new constitution or a new sort of power structure. The problem is neither side has really agreed to to both are worried about being justice. Sort of adjunct to the real power within a power sharing agreement neither side is very comfortable sharing power with the other because they've been fighting for so long and what about that. Fighting now has the taliban been honoring its side of the agreements. The have been made while the peace negotiations are going on right so there. Lots of people who think that the taliban just isn't sincere about this whole process that it's got an advantage on the battlefield that the area under the government's control keeps shrinking. The taliban is just waiting for america to go before it pushes it should vantage and certainly even though the taliban agreed not to attack american troops it never agreed not to attack the government troops and it continued its campaign and even in a certain sense increased it insofar as there have been a series of tax representatives of civil society the kind of urban elite in kabul assassinations bombings. The taliban sometimes denies being a part of but the one suspects. It's behind the taliban. I think see this violence as their strongest card. The government has to negotiate. Because it's very much under the cosh from the town of forces on the ground but that bloodshed also makes it really difficult for america just to up sticks and go right now because it really does look like america's abandoning the afghan government to its fate. And so do you think that points to the biden administration. Being rather forced to delay any troop withdrawals. I think what america's looking for is some kind of middle way where the talks seem to be making enough progress or there's some kind of idea of where we're headed that they can agree with the taliban a bit of an extension and not actually have to stick to that deadline of the first of may but also not have to sort of down on backing the afghan government with a renewed troop presence. I think the instincts of the biden administration really similar to the instincts of the trump administration. They don't really think that it's going to be possible to build a strong modern nation state in afghanistan. They don't want to be embroiled in a war. That just drags on forever. So i think the by administration is looking for any way can to get the troops out of afghanistan and without the afghan government collapsing or some kind of horror unfolding in terms of an escalation of the civil war. The thing we don't know is whether the taliban is willing to sort of provide the biden administration that option and give substance to all these different peace talks or whether it thinks after twenty years it has finally beaten america and it does indeed intends to take over the country as soon as the american troops are gone. We still don't quite know the answer to that question. And that's what all of this hinges on

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Kabul’s ban on girls singing in public reversed after social media protest campaign

All Things Considered

00:10 sec | 2 months ago

Kabul’s ban on girls singing in public reversed after social media protest campaign

"A ban on girls singing in public imposed by Afghan education officials has been reversed after a social media campaign in which local women belted out their favorite songs and videos on

How Your First Time Home Buying Decision Affects Long-Term Wealth With Scott And Mindy

BiggerPockets Real Estate Podcast

06:00 min | 2 months ago

How Your First Time Home Buying Decision Affects Long-Term Wealth With Scott And Mindy

"Scott trag- mini jensen. Welcome back to the bigger pockets. Podcast each of you former guest house here on the show. Now your Your guest which is pretty exciting. What's up guys. How's it going. Thanks for having us. I'm super excited to be back. I haven't seen you in one hundred years so i know it actually has been a while Kobe put a delay to my regular trips to denver but didn't stop. David greene hair from travel in the world and hanging out in mexico. What's up david. What's going on guys. Yeah i'm in kabul san lucas. It's my first time here. It's pretty awesome. Yeah sometimes you gotta take a vacation from maui. I guess right. I don't like to myself on the back. It's been very hard. I think. I just realized for the first half my life that when people say they're going to kabo and kabul san lucas set the same thing. Is that true. I think i've never realized that was the same thing to different cities. But i just put that two and two together that that was the same thing. I'm going to new york versus. New york. city apparently shortened nickname. Anyway rather than talking about my intelligence or lack thereof. Let's get into the scott mindy you guys last few years so for those who do not know you. I want to start with this one. Scott obviously you know everyone knows scott tranche. Everyone knows me jensen but for those who don't who are you. What's your real estate strategy. Ben and then. I wanna move into talking about the market a little bit. But let's start with that. We'll start with mindy ladies first. Mindy who are you and What what are you doing. My name's mindy jonathan. I do a lot in real estate. I am primarily a flipper. Which means i buy a house that is very unattractive. I move into it. I live in it as my primary residence fixing it up. So i live in a construction zone for two years and then sell it and make massive tax free cash when i sell it. I'm also a real estate agent in colorado. And i am the community manager for big pockets and the co host of the bigger pockets. Money podcast with me as always is my illustrious co host scott trench. Thanks wendy for the eliminating ensure there. I'm scott trench from the ceo of bigger pockets. I'm an investor here in denver colorado. I've got Eight units about one point six one point seven million in assets within that portfolio and the last couple of years have been a little quiet for me on the acquisition front and my personal portfolio. I have been spending more of that time. Investing in syndications and last year. I really set up property. Management rehabbed and Tackled a bit of maintenance that i had been deferring guests on this show. And i've been differing on a couple of my properties and took care that this year. And so i was able to reset them. Do a big refinance take a lot of cash out nine back into acquisition mode looking for that next deal. Awesome guys well speaking of next deal. It's been a crazy last year. Obviously with the real estate market covid doing some crazy things and things that i don't think any of us really necessarily expected i shouldn't i. Was you know worry that we're going to see a crash or something happened and all of a sudden instead it's just like somebody shot him on steroids into the real estate market the last six months. Why do you think real estate has gotten so competitive. And i don't even call hot as the best word i can use for it. Real real. The real markets gotten hot almost everywhere in the country. Why is that. And then i'll ask. Where do you think it's headed but let's start with that one mindy. Why do you think it's gotten so crazy lately. I think there are a bunch of actors of course cove it. I think a lot of people who were considering selling but maybe didn't have to sell has decided that i'm not gonna have random people traipsing through my house bringing their covid into my house and then i catch it and maybe die so i think there's a shortage of sales just based on the market are the pandemic itself. I think there are ridiculously low. Interest rate why. No they're low interest rates that are fueling people. Ooh i can upgrade to a better house and we didn't have anybody building houses from two thousand eight to two thousand and twelve thirteen fourteen. I mean in my area. They're just starting to do these massive builds again and it takes time and there's people that are still moving here but there's nothing to buy so prices just keep going up. I just sold a house on friday for more money than i thought was ever possible here in the story over and over. Scott what do you think. Yeah i would agree. I think the the first biggest lever is going to be interest rates. The payment matters more than the price to most homebuyers and frankly most landlords like all that fifty percent rule your expenses are not magically changing. You know in those two in those types of things based on interest rates so if your interest rate if your your payment goes down you can afford to buy. You can pay more for the same property and get achieve the same or greater cash flow so i think that interest rates are the number one biggest lever and then the second one is going to be the stimulus and just the in injection of cash and liquid into the economy. In general. I think that last year a lot of people weren't spending as much money as they nip term typically what at least those who would be potential competitors of yours when buying homes and rental properties and so people are now in a position to buy with liquidity and low interest rates. I think fundamentally the that's what's driving it. And then i also think diminish point the other factors are all many of them are also fueling this. There's been an exodus from apartments to single family homes red single-family rents have gone up apartment. Rents have fallen over the last year. Single family housing prices have exploded by more. I think it was like single family. Rents went up by three four percent and prices went up eight nine percent over the year. I think that's that's showing a fuel in demand from apartments to single family homes as rentals but an even greater preference to buy. I think fueled by that interest rate shift so other things. Lack of housing starts continued population. Growth and then Inflation in expectation of inflation. In general are all you know fuelling real estate right now. Who knows how long that will continue but hasn't been a bad year for those who held real estate going into twenty twenty.

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COVAX vaccine arrives in Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

COVAX vaccine arrives in Afghanistan

"Afghanistan has now got a coded nineteen vaccine ready for distribution shipped father Kovacs facility UNICEF says of the global vaccines partnership Kobach's shipped over four hundred sixty thousand doses of the Coogee shield vaccine the arrival in Kabul marks a milestone moment Afghanistan is the first country in Central Asia to receive the vaccine bother Kovacs the facility set up to deliver these two billion doses off code nineteen vaccines by the end of twenty twenty one the nation's acting minister for public health since the imminent rollout of the vaccine means that around two hundred thirty four thousand people including teachers will be better protected from the ravages of the curve it nineteen virus I'm Charles last month

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3 female journalists in Afghanistan are killed

Morning Edition

03:03 min | 2 months ago

3 female journalists in Afghanistan are killed

"Someone shot and killed three Afghan journalists Yesterday. All three women work to the TV station assassins have targeted other journalists and human rights activists. So why NPR's d idea is in Islamabad. She's covered Afghanistan for years. Good morning. Good morning state. What happened? Well, this happened in the eastern city of Jalalabad and these women were shot dead as they left work. Two of the women were killed together and the third was separately hunted down. Oh, One of the women was shot nods for he. Me She was just 21. I managed to find her brother. How do women hate me? He lives in Canada. And he says Shana's fought to get an education and toe work should be opposed by conservative relatives and Even the broader community around her, but that her parents backed her up. They supported her cause because she was the one fighting for a change. Now Isis says they killed China's and the other women because they work for a pro government outlet. They'll likely also killed because they were women working in public, and that's something widely disapproved off in conservative parts of Afghanistan as Isis been responsible for other attacks like this Yeah. In December. They in fact killed a female presenter. Malala may want who worked at the same station. But most of these killings nobody's claimed responsibility for them. And that's causing so much for an anxiety and it's worth thinking about who's being killed here. These are people who can influence society people like media workers, human rights activists. Even judicial workers and clerics. Just this morning, a religious leader was killed in Kabul. And This is you know, I said, it spread fear. But what does that mean? It means people are shutting up. They're staying home. They're trying to leave the country and that means that local communities and even the international community. Is less likely to know what's happening across Afghanistan. The phrase civil society is occurring to me when you talk about the kind of people who are being targeted people who make it possible to have an open debate about things too. Learn what's going on. Um, I'd like to know, though. If this has anything to do with the wider political situation in the country, the United States had been trying to get all troops out. Right, so we can say that they do appear to be related because of the American withdrawal of troops in Afghanistan is part of a deal with the Taliban. But another part of that deal is that the Taliban has to sit down with the Afghan government to negotiate an end to this war. Sharing power and those assassinations that we're talking about began shortly after those talks began in September. Now we're talking about civil society. We're talking about silencing people. Might be critical of the negotiations or critical. The Taliban, who frankly want to re impose restrictions on women in particular when they get back into power. It's important to say here that the Taliban deny responsibility, but activists say that doesn't mean they're innocent. It could be a local commanders acting with a wink and a nod. It could be their sympathizers. Or it could be local actors with vendettas taking advantage of the

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ISIS claims killing of 3 female journalists in Afghanistan

Morning Edition

03:03 min | 2 months ago

ISIS claims killing of 3 female journalists in Afghanistan

"Someone shot and killed three Afghan journalists yesterday, all three women worked at a TV station. Assassins have targeted other journalists and human rights activists. So why NPR's d idea is in Islamabad. She's covered Afghanistan for years. Good morning. Good morning state. What happened? Well, this happened in the eastern city of Jalalabad and these women were shot dead as they left work. Two of the women were killed together and the third was separately hunted down. Oh, one of the women were shot. And as for he me she was just 21. I managed to find her brother. How do women hate me? He lives in Canada. And he says Shana's fought to get an education and toe work should be opposed by conservative relatives and even the broader community around her, but that her parents backed her up. They supported our cause because she was the one fighting for a change. Now Isis says they killed China's and the other women because they work for a pro government outlet. They'll likely also killed because they were women working in public, and that's something widely disapproved off in conservative parts of Afghanistan. Has Isis been responsible for other attacks like this? Yeah. In December. They in fact killed a female presenter. Malala may want who worked at the same station. But most of these killings nobody's claimed responsibility for them. And that's causing so much fear and anxiety, and it's worth thinking about who's being killed here. These are people who can influence society people like media workers, human rights activists. Even judicial workers and clerics. Just this morning religious leader was killed in Kabul. And This is you know, I said, it spread fear. But what does that mean? It means people are shutting up. They're staying home. They're trying to leave the country and that means that local communities and even the international community. Is less likely to know what's happening across Afghanistan. The phrase civil society is occurring to me when you talk about the kind of people who are being targeted people who make it possible to have an open debate about things toe. Learn what's going on. Um, I'd like to know, though. If this has anything to do with the wider political situation in the country, the United States had been trying to get all troops out. Right, so we can say that they do appear to be related because of the American withdrawal of troops in Afghanistan is part of a deal with the Taliban. But another part of that deal is that the Taliban has to sit down with the Afghan government to negotiate an end to this war by sharing power. And those assassinations that we're talking about began shortly after those talks began in September. Now we're talking about civil society. We're talking about silencing people who might be critical of the negotiations or critical of the Taliban, who, frankly want to re impose restrictions on women in particular. When they get back into power. It's important to say here that the Taliban deny responsibility, but activists say that doesn't mean they're innocent. It could be a local commanders acting with a wink and a nod. It could be their sympathizers. Or it could be local actors with vendettas taking advantage of the chaos, do

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"kabul" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

NPR's World Story of the Day

03:28 min | 5 months ago

"kabul" Discussed on NPR's World Story of the Day

"No prisoner biden has said he'd like to keep a few thousand troops in afghanistan and iraq to continue such a counter terror mission rachel but the us taliban agreement signed in february says all troops have to be out by the spring as long as the taliban agree to certain conditions. Like breaking with al-qaeda d- Is the us is the coordination between the us and the afghan government or afghan defence. Officials is that is that going well right now so to senior afghan security officials that i spoke to say the americans aren't coordinating in detail with them that being informed in general about what's going on but frankly one of them also told me that he's often short the americans knowing what's going on because president trump is an erotic announce it by tweet decision maker. Tom we heard dea earlier in the conversation. Talk about how. There are all kinds of tax happening in kabul right now and that afghans. Feel very unsafe. I mean what does that mean about. The us investment in the afghan security forces the us has invested billions of dollars in training. These forces. Are they really going to be able to step up as us forces step away. We'll that's still a big question rachel. The rank and file soldiers need a lot of help and are suffering heavy casualties from the taliban even more so in in the past few months the afghan special forces commandos are quite good. We've gone out with them on occasion but they're just simply aren't enough of them in there's also a small afghan air force. That's coming along. They can mount bombing runs that can ferry and evacuate troops but they too need a lot of help especially with maintaining the aircraft. They're going to need american contractors for many years to come the. Us has been in afghanistan for almost twenty years now. What difference has that. Us presence made for good and for ill. The legacy is really mixed. It's given security bubbles for off guns in the centers and that's given space for women for instance to fight for their rights in rural areas. It's been terrifying. Many afghans live in fear of the taliban on one hand but on the other hand they're also freight of special forces conducting raids and s strikes by foreign forces in the afghan government but after twenty years of american involvement in afghanistan. I think the thing that i find most damning is that many afghans is still desperately poor and they hungry right so much food insecurity there and finally tom has the. Us military thinking about this moment as the troop presence is reduced. Their i mean. Multiple generations have now served in this war. That's right it's mental law to the us military hundreds of thousands of served in also trained to find insurgents as opposed to large scale war. It means the. Us military has not had the time or money or training to focus on what sees future threats china and russia or by the types of arms and equipment needed. You'll see more of a focus on that in the coming years. But you know rachel a few years ago. I asked to a general if in afghanistan if this mission was worth it was worth the human cost and he said it all depends on how afghanistan turns out. Npr's pentagon correspondent. Tom bowman npr's d d to also joined us. She's back at her base in pakistan after a reporting trip to afghanistan. Thanks to you both. You're welcome you're welcome..

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"kabul" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:49 min | 10 months ago

"kabul" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Kabul to press for peace talks between the government and Taliban fighters. The BBC's Ian McWilliam reports He's scheduled to visit five countries on this trip to seek support on resolutions to some of the remaining issues in the talks. Washington has been reducing its troops in Afghanistan under an agreement signed with the Taliban in February. They're indications the Taliban may agree to meet the Kabul government itself later this year. Mr Khalilzad will visit cutter Afghanistan and Pakistan to press for further progress on prisoner exchanges and a reduction in violence before continuing to Norway in Bulgaria to brief NATO allies. Kabul has recently delayed releasing more Taliban prisoners and Taliban attacks on Afghan forces have increased since the US deal. Houston, Texas and the Chinese city of Chung do or at the centre of diplomatic tensions. This weekend. Three moving trucks were seen entering the compound of the U. S consulate in Chung do Saturday. A staff prepare to leave and tick for tack consulate closures. Chinese Foreign Ministry, accusing law enforcement in Houston of improperly entering its now closed consulate. The Trump Administration accuses China of using the Houston consulate to steal medical and other research data. British Foreign Minister Dominic Grab is defending the government's decision to impose corner Corona virus quarantine measures on travellers returning from Spain was announced late yesterday, sparking anger and confusion among tourists. RAB told Sky News today that the quarantine measures necessary, calling it a real time response to a surge of Corona virus cases in Spain. Joyal Snyder. NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the Abe and Ida Cooper Foundation Commemorating Fred Cooper by supporting public radio programming that highlights issues including diversity, racism, equality, anti Semitism and sexism. And the M E E. Casey Foundation. Not before we get started. This story begins with a reference to the 1955 lynching off 14 year old Emetel. There's also a moment in the episode in which a guest describes being called the n word. This is hidden brain. I'm Shankar Vedantam. Every two years. The Whitney Museum in New York host a special exhibit featuring contemporary American art. The show is a big deal. It draws crowds from around the world and can turn artists into stars. But in 2017 1 painting in 1/5 floor gallery prompted a barrage of criticism over race and appropriation. The painting was called open casket. It's artist Dana Shootist interpretation off a famous photograph of Emmett Till He was the young black boy brutally beaten and killed by two white men in Mississippi in 1955. His mother made me tell insisted on an open casket funeral so the world could see what these men have done to her little boy. Decades later, she described the moment in a documentary The Untold story off Emmett Louis till I said, I want the world to see this. Because there's no way.

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"kabul" Discussed on WBAI

WBAI

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"kabul" Discussed on WBAI

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"kabul" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

11:28 min | 2 years ago

"kabul" Discussed on Movin 92.5

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"kabul" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"kabul" Discussed on The Takeaway

"Especially when people go to hospitals to attend to the people who've been injured or died in the first bus and this particular event in in kabul it was clear that journalists would go in in less than half an hour and the fact that the second person who blew himself up with posing as a journalist is quite a big indication you know you have to remember the second attack it it was held a camera was had apparently had a press card he poses john's to get as close to the joins as possible so if you want any evidence that that was targeted journalist i think that shows it the state of security now in afghanistan how safe are civilians now in that country i mean just if you look at this month you know lost vic nicest suicide bomber attacked voter registration center in kabul sixty people died as that result of that attack one hundred fifty people in trenton to women h than were also note kill that iran in march for example isis bomber targeted the shia shrine in kabul killing fatty one and wounding sixty five attacks like this is just becoming so frequent enough ghanistan that is not grabbing the world's attention as much as it deserves and on the attack yesterday in kabul was particularly important because get to see the people trying to draw the attention while why are the journalist themselves are victims of this you know this chaotic situation tragic situation ghanistan if you see cia moore is pictures for example he took very touching pictures if you know some of them i comic pictures of anniston is to those pictures that we land by destruction afghantistan no no he's not there anymore there was another job in his car yar motto talking with a tunnel news the local television in afghanistan he was supposed to get married next month and just under sunday the last weekend he was out with his fuel.

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"kabul" Discussed on See Something Say Something

See Something Say Something

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"kabul" Discussed on See Something Say Something

"Yes like what do you want to know said a lot i can write a book in that okay so tell us about where you grew up in afghanistan and what your first memory of america i was leaving in kabul mostly because i finished my bachelor degree in a business call in kabul and duration that i got to state was to get to school business school so that's why i'm here and so when you were growing up in kabul what was observing no ruz like what did you do is there a particular memory that you have of what it was like to have no rosen cobble yes i think it's very interesting time of the year for everyone in all over the country in of ghanistan all of these countries with which ends with ton lake central asian countries and of course iran our neighbors and i think it's the the the vibe andy atmosphere is so good it's all about buying new things pershing's the house and cleaning and getting ready for the renewal of the life in the spring and everyone is just planning and they and is not only about cleaning the house but it's about cleaning the mine to soldiers lot of reconciliations also go on on a lot of people think about their relationships with their family friends and colleagues and they try to figure it out and at the end of the day be able to solve it before now narrows what did they of narrows it's been really interesting experience for me because i am from one of those stun countries i'm from foxton but very few pakistanis in my experience actually celebrate no rose some learning it from a lot of my friends and i have a lot of friends who celebrate it.

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"kabul" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"kabul" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Was in his his his would came the president's comments followed a deadly car bombing attack in kabul that killed at least ninety five and wounded one hundred fifty eight earlier this month americans were killed and injured in the talibans thirteen hour siege of a hotel in kabul for families of vietnam veterans have been leaving their loved ones ashes by the vietnam wall and washington since the monument was erected but park officials now say no more national mall spokesman mike literacy says the national park service doesn't have a way to store human remains we will discuss since the vietnam veterans memorial opened we there have been a number of occasions where the remains of vietnam veterans have been left at the vietnam veterans when more um and while the national park service curate's more than four hundred thousand objects that have been left behind uh and memory of the the men and women whose names on the wall who were not a cemetery ramathesele liam who are simply not equipped to handle the longterm storage of human eggs but again not being a quick to properly handle those remains uh in some ways it is it is doing disservice or district flec to those men thought to have the remains left here there are records zoom on the first remains being left here as far back as as 1990 i shortly after the memorial is dedicated uh the most recent set the other remained was not just a few weeks clitoris as officials are trying to determine what to do with their remains and that have been laughed with child development experts and children's advocates are calling on facebook holdup log on its new messaging app aimed at kids a group letters been sent at facebook ceo mark zuckerberg asking him to stop the messaging abc which was launched in december critics say that children's thirteen and under aren't ready to have social media accounts much less navigate their way through online relationships there are also concerns that having kids chatting.

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"kabul" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"kabul" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Different explanations about what could be going on one is that this is part of a general shift in strategy by the militants to target cobble to get international attention and to undermine confidence in the government you heard that clip earlier from one kabul resident others see it as a response by the militants to the fact that government forces are actually making some progress in some areas at pushing back the insurgents for example in in helmand but the head of the afghan intelligence agency the nds yesterday blamed pakistan saying that increased american and international pressure on pakistan over its alleged support for militants in its 'provision of safe havens two militants who were attacking afghanistan had led to these attacks because they believe that pakistan was encouraging these attacks is a way of a fighting back against his pressure should say that pakistan has always denied all of these claims and when i asked the head of the afghan intelligence agency with a huge dias king president trump to take further action against pakistan he rather avoided the question okay so why why com the government do more to prevent attacks sightless security officials say that they're doing what they can in a very challenging situation and they say that they do manage to stop numerous attacks but as we heard a just earlier on public anger is rising is very common to hear people in kabul say that the politicians don't really care about ordinary people that that the families of politicians live abroad so they're not affected by the violence one possible reason about why things have been getting so so much worse is that the government is in the midst of a political crisis with a big argument going on between the president and a powerful governing in the north through the president has been trying to sack and he's been refusing to resign and some analysts say that this is rather paralysed of the government apparatus security in kabul is very visible you see lots of checkpoints you see police and army on the streets but at the.

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"kabul" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"kabul" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Different explanations about what could be going on one is that this is part of a general shift in strategy by the militants to target cobble to get international attention and to undermine confidence in the government you heard that clip earlier from one kabul resident others see it as a response by the militants to the fact that government forces are actually making some progress in some areas at pushing back the insurgents for example in in helmand but the head of the afghan intelligence agency the nds yesterday blamed pakistan saying that increased american and international pressure on pakistan over its alleged support for militants in its 'provision of safe havens two militants who were attacking afghanistan had led to these attacks because they believe that pakistan was encouraging these attacks is a way of a fighting back against his pressure should say that pakistan has always denied all of these claims and when i asked the head of the afghan intelligence agency with a huge dias king president trump to take further action against pakistan he rather avoided the question okay so why why com the government do more to prevent attacks sightless security officials say that they're doing what they can in a very challenging situation and they say that they do manage to stop numerous attacks but as we heard a just earlier on public anger is rising is very common to hear people in kabul say that the politicians don't really care about ordinary people that that the families of politicians live abroad so they're not affected by the violence one possible reason about why things have been getting so so much worse is that the government is in the midst of a political crisis with a big argument going on between the president and a powerful governing in the north through the president has been trying to sack and he's been refusing to resign and some analysts say that this is rather paralysed of the government apparatus security in kabul is very visible you see lots of checkpoints you see police and army on the streets but at the.

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"kabul" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"kabul" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"A new tactic waffles the agree worrying sign ambulances are now being used in this conflict in the area is located in the heart of kabul not very far from the office of the police chief for kabul from the counterterrorism baticredit in from key sections of the afghan intelligence service i think this is why people are quite frustrated and angry that why this sort of an attack can take place inside the more secure locations when the government cannot protect itself how can it provide security for at least seven million people in kabul simpson any evidence tonight of additional checkpoints additional security in the city we see a lot of visible security from time to time we also see a operations we understand at western intelligence agencies and western forces also helping afghans whether it's through drone strikes our intelligence capabilities but one thing that's really julian worrying counterterrorism officials in afghanistan is a strike cap energy of these various groups which has been described to me over the last year or so uh at least forty five minutes for the taliban as well as well as the islamic state in kabul which was not the case in in the past but you also have the issue of sleeper cells in you also off the issue of these attackers the roaming in the city i mean you really have to ask the question if you're an ordinary afghan where a safe end this culture of impunity just simply continues in afghanistan were officials do not resign when they failed to do their job or they're not being held responsible when they are responsible for the protection insecurity of the citizens of afghanistan journalist below sawari in kabul the las vegas casino owner steve wynn has resigned his post to finance chair of the republican national committee following allegations that he sexually harassed dozens of women who worked for him mr wynn republican party junior and friend of donald trump has denied the allegations i found up more from our washington correspondent david willis.

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"kabul" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"kabul" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"A new tactic waffles the agree worrying sign ambulances are now being used in this conflict in the area is located in the heart of kabul not very far from the office of the police chief for kabul from the counterterrorism baticredit in from key sections of the afghan intelligence service i think this is why people are quite frustrated and angry that why this sort of an attack can take place inside the more secure locations when the government cannot protect itself how can it provide security for at least seven million people in kabul simpson any evidence tonight of additional checkpoints additional security in the city we see a lot of visible security from time to time we also see a operations we understand at western intelligence agencies and western forces also helping afghans whether it's through drone strikes our intelligence capabilities but one thing that's really julian worrying counterterrorism officials in afghanistan is a strike cap energy of these various groups which has been described to me over the last year or so uh at least forty five minutes for the taliban as well as well as the islamic state in kabul which was not the case in in the past but you also have the issue of sleeper cells in you also off the issue of these attackers the roaming in the city i mean you really have to ask the question if you're an ordinary afghan where a safe end this culture of impunity just simply continues in afghanistan were officials do not resign when they failed to do their job or they're not being held responsible when they are responsible for the protection insecurity of the citizens of afghanistan journalist below sawari in kabul the las vegas casino owner steve wynn has resigned his post to finance chair of the republican national committee following allegations that he sexually harassed dozens of women who worked for him mr wynn republican party junior and friend of donald trump has denied the allegations i found up more from our washington correspondent david willis.

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"kabul" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"kabul" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"At first i heard some gunfire and then after fifteen minutes a worker from the intercontinental hotel approached and said that suicide attackers had entered the hotel zia shah rare afi bbc pashtu services in kabul and asked him what the situation was the real hours after the thought of the attack it still going on the afghan security forces have been deployed to the area they say that two gunmen have been killed two others are resisting incite the hotel they have claire the first and second floors but the third fourth and fifth floors are cell not claire yet and the operation declared these stores are going gone two attackers are still resisting and they are also set to have taken hostages the kitchen of the hotel is burning pictures are showing the slain south of the test floor which is the kitchen the hotel is a very secure hotel at a very secure area and questions will be asked about how heavily armed gunmen managed to entered the hotel and the open fire to worth the guests the hotel was also attacked many years ago when twenty one people were killed on the taliban had taken responsibility then for the current attack no group has taken responsibility so far because as i understand it the intercontinental if you're an important person and you'll visiting kabul this is the place where you're going to be stay it is quite a very highprofile hotel and we've been told that foreign citizens are possibly among the guests as well but we go no more about their fate yeah it it's a very important hotel and a lot of highprofile important guests are usually inside the hotel how is it possible that these attackers got through the security cordon this will be a question that afghan security.

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"kabul" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"kabul" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"At first i heard some gunfire and then after fifteen minutes a worker from the intercontinental hotel approached and said that suicide attackers had entered the hotel zia shah rare afi bbc pashtu services in kabul and asked him what the situation was the real hours after the thought of the attack it still going on the afghan security forces have been deployed to the area they say that two gunmen have been killed two others are resisting incite the hotel they have claire the first and second floors but the third fourth and fifth floors are cell not claire yet and the operation declared these stores are going gone two attackers are still resisting and they are also set to have taken hostages the kitchen of the hotel is burning pictures are showing the slain south of the test floor which is the kitchen the hotel is a very secure hotel at a very secure area and questions will be asked about how heavily armed gunmen managed to entered the hotel and the open fire to worth the guests the hotel was also attacked many years ago when twenty one people were killed on the taliban had taken responsibility then for the current attack no group has taken responsibility so far because as i understand it the intercontinental if you're an important person and you'll visiting kabul this is the place where you're going to be stay it is quite a very highprofile hotel and we've been told that foreign citizens are possibly among the guests as well but we go no more about their fate yeah it it's a very important hotel and a lot of highprofile important guests are usually inside the hotel how is it possible that these attackers got through the security cordon this will be a question that afghan security.

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"kabul" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"kabul" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc sales of our complete range of programmes durtoux bbcworldservicecom forward slash podcast welcome to the latest global news compiled in the early hours of the morning on sunday the 21st of january i'm alex ritz in with a selection of highlights from across bbc world service news today coming up at the time of recording this podcast officials say at least four gunmen have launched an attack on kabul's intercontinental hotel in afghanistan at first i heard some gunfire and then after fifteen minutes a worker from the intercontinental hotel approached and said that suicide attackers had entered the hotel turkey has started bombing kurdish positions in northern syria we will wipe off these messy terrorists trying to invade our country step by step as far as the iraqi border several children are among fifteen syrians found frozen to death as they crossed mountains into lebanon trying to flee conflict the international olympic committee approves plans for north and south korea to field a joint women's ice hockey team i am sure that this will be a very emotional moment not only for all koreans but also for the entire world and they suspected head of one of asia's biggest wildlife smuggling networks is arrested in thailand but first we begin this edition of the global news podcast in the afghan capital kabul where gunman have attacked the intercontinental hotel afghan security forces say there are at least four attackers two of them are said to have been killed hostages had been taken under fire has broken out in a part of the hotel the security forces were able to clear several flaws but it appears the battle isn't over yet abdel ghaffar was near the scene of the attack.

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"kabul" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"kabul" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"This is the bbc complete range of programmes bbcworldservicecom forward slash forecasts welcome to the latest global news recorded at thirty gmt on monday the 31st of july i'm oliver kahn waved the selection of highlights of across the bbc world service coming up the iraqi embassy in kabul has come under attack we can her sporadic firing c every now and then an explosion like this the afghan authorities say the attackers are now dead we report from kabul there's been international condemnation of the vote to elect new assembly in venezuela though president maduro has hailed it as a success good morning venezuela we have a constituent assembly eight million people voted admits threats there are states in this country where voters had to face the bullets of paramilitaries and crossed rivers to vote also in this podcast we report from sicily where angry locals who forced migrants to stop using an abundant hotel for shelter we had concerns about growing links between young rightwing extremists in sweden and separatist militants in ukraine the poetry of an irish soldier who died during the battle of passion dale hundred years ago when i was young ahead to can list life should cheat me of my share of what is great aquino urged soldier soldiers hot grayton poet soft grayton oppose name a little grave without night the renowned french film star joao miro has died aged eighty nine will it back at her lustrous career and we meet the albino tanzanians who using music to challenge prejudice hatred and violence.

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"kabul" Discussed on The Global Politico

The Global Politico

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"kabul" Discussed on The Global Politico

"Um there was a resurgence um because they weren't eliminated and what we've seen over the last couple of years uh is uh we've seen that resurgence that was predicted an anticipated actually materialize uh i think the erosion of the security situation uh has been somewhat faster even than was expected now that doesn't mean that the taliban is about to march into kabul they haven't been able to their gains have been largely in rural areas and they haven't been able to take and hold provincial capitals much less get despite these these sort of a sudden these one off attacks in kabul they haven't been able to threaten kabul in a in a sense of taking over kabul um so they're not on the verge of victory but the security situation has been deteriorating and i would expect that even if there is a modest increase in american troops it will probably continue to deteriorate do you what is the role of long talked about the role of pakistan and supporting the insurgency end uh various groups that the united states has labelled as terrorist groups air vase still doing that and be what about russia i've heard increasing reports that that they have been involved in some way uh in uh communicating with the taleban and possibly giving them information on russia in the russians themselves civic knowledged publicly um contacts with the taliban they claim that those contacts are related to the issue of the islamic state presence in afghanistan they've publicly denied that they have provided material support to the taliban.

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"kabul" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"kabul" Discussed on Le Show

"He wants tens of thousands of his followers to be given land the government says no to that many afghans argue banking on heck much are to influence the taliban was unrealistic to start with given their increasing success on the battlefield see sandra and their denunciation of him as a criminal and traitor to islam when the peace card was announced in some regions his forces have joined with the taliban and others they've been competitors he remains popular in certain provinces but it's difficult imagining being welcome back to the capitol he wants powdered with rockets well aware of this his advisors in kabul had been working to rebrand him as a thoughtful religious scholar and man of letters one spokesperson adviser describes him as a man of wisdom and knowledge who spent his time reading and writing but he remains lodged in the public majet nation is the ruthless butcher of kabul corny of the post and facing international criticism for military corruption and domestic anger over a deadly insurgent attack on a military hospital in kabul afghan defence officials announced this week mo almost fourteen hundred army personnel including several generals have been fired in connection with corruption charges and just fast past year the officials said majorgeneral mohammad moeen thick here the former commander of an afghan army corps in the volatile south was arrested recently on charges of embezzlement and abuse of authority more than three hundred people have been prosecuted military officers and civilian administrators alike.

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