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US News A meeting on "Human Rights" organized in Oslo with Taliban officials

00:18  24 january  2022
00:18  24 january  2022 Source:   leparisien.fr

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A Taliban delegation led by acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi has started three days of talks in Oslo with Western government officials and Afghan civil society representatives. Starting on Sunday, the closed-door meetings in the Norwegian capital will see Taliban representatives meeting with women’s rights activists and human rights Taliban delegates on a plane departing to Oslo [Afghan Taliban handout via AFP]. Obaidullah Baheer, a lecturer at the American University of Afghanistan, told Al Jazeera from the Afghan capital Kabul that just getting the Taliban to sit down and talk is progress.

A delegation of the Taliban , the first to visit Europe since the group came to power in Afghanistan, has begun its first day of talks in the Norwegian capital, Oslo , with the Afghan civil society. The Taliban delegation, headed by acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi, started on Sunday its three days of talks with The Norway-brokered talks focused on human rights issues and the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, ahead of highly-anticipated meetings with Western officials . Afghanistan is grappling with its worst humanitarian crisis, as the United States seized nearly .5 billion in assets belonging to the

An exhibition of caricatures from Yasser Arafat removed from a Palestinian museum after a polemic .
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