US News The Afghan women's team arrived at Pakistan
The Taliban deny any presence of the ei or al-Qaeda on the soil Afghan
Afghanistan-conflict-groups: the Taliban deny any presence of the EI or al-Qaeda on the soil Afghan © Reuters / Stringer Taliban deny any presence of the EI or Al-Qaeda on Afghan (Reuters) - The Taliban denied Tuesday the presence on the Afghan al-Qaeda cells, including Afghanistan was the sanctuary, or the Islamic State group, which claimed the bomb attacks committed last weekend in Jalalabad (East).
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Sincelast August, the country's female team could never be able to type in a balloon. Seeking to flee the country by any means, the players and their families finally managed to cross the border and to go to Pakistan. Fawad Hothry, the Pakistani Information Minister, confirmed their arrival on Tuesday in a tweet: "They arrived at the Torkham border from Afghanistan. The players were in possession of a valid Afghan passport, a Pakistani visa. »
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Pakistan: The Talibans claim an attack that made 4 dead
© Banaras Khan / AFP L ES Talibans of the Pakistan have claimed a suicide attack that killed four paramilitary Pakistani in Quetta, in the south-west of the country, in a statement quoted by site, private organization for monitoring jihadist sites.
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The minister also clarified that they were received by Nouman Nadeem from the Pakistan Football Federation. ". The number of people who managed to escape was not revealed, but a good hundred was already trying to leave the countryBravo girls.
Afghanistan: The start of the school year is done without girls .
The future of women looks very dark in the country now in the hands of the Taliban © Bulent Kilic / AFP Young Afghans are deprived of secondary education. Discrimination - The future of women looks very dark in the country now in the hands of the Taliban a 100% male return. Only college students and high school students Afghans were allowed to resume the school path Saturday, a deplored measure by UNICEF who urged the new Taliban diet not to "let girls aside".