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US News "I fled the Taliban": Ezat, refugee in Paris for 7 years, tells the war and exile

22:40  16 september  2021
22:40  16 september  2021 Source:   leparisien.fr

AFGHANISTAN: The Taliban announce to control the Pancher, the opposition declares that the resistance will continue

 AFGHANISTAN: The Taliban announce to control the Pancher, the opposition declares that the resistance will continue Afghanistan-conflict: Afghanistan: The Taliban announces controlling the Pancher, the opposition declares that the resistance will continue © Reuters / Social Media Afghanistan: The Taliban announce the Pancher, the opposition states that the resistance will continue (Reuters) - the Taliban have claimed the victory on Monday in the Pancher, announcing that the taking of this region, the last resistant still, completes their takeover Afghanistan and that they will soon reveal their government.

Réfugié en France depuis 2014, Ezat a vécu sous le régime des talibans à la fin des années 1990. DR © Dr. refugee in France since 2014, Ezat lived under the Taliban regime at the end of the years 1990. Dr

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Summary. Every day since August , the Taliban restore a little more the authoritarian regime they had set up in Afghanistan , at the end of the 1990s. Ezat remembers their ruthless reign. This young Afghan was six years old, in 1996, when the Taliban searched Kabul and villages around. Women must wear the Burqa and can not work anymore, the boy is deprived of sports and English classes. In October 2001, the American offensive reverses the regime, but the Islamist fundamentalists take over the control of the city where he lives in 2004. After ten years of bombing and fear, the young man decides to leave definitively in February 2014. He Engage in a dangerous

The Taliban will have to "win" their legitimacy on the international scene, ensure the United States

 The Taliban will have to © Olivier Douliery / AFP Antony Blinken, on September 8 at the Base of Racksin in Germany. While an interim government has been appointed to Afghanistan, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said the Taliban should "win" their legitimacy with the international community. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken estimated Wednesday, September 8 that Taliban should earn their legitimacy from the international community after appointed a government with firm-sought figures for authorities.

journey that will lead him in France six months later, and then in Paris.

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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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