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How the Taliban Began – Afghanistan 1994-97 – John Simpson’s Journal (and how different are they now, really?)

Originally posted on Andrew James:
The Road to Kabul: Recent developments in Afghanistan, particularly over the past fortnight, together with this week’s (18th August) emergency debate in the House of Commons, have prompted me to write further on the question…

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International Women’s Day 2019

Mostly in the industrialised countries on International Women’s Day newspapers and radio shows are filled with women’s voices, but in the poor development areas the women stay quiet. As journalism became a profession, women were restricted by custom from access … Continue reading

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