Saturday, May 25, 2024

Tag: Taliban

The Taliban's governor of the Afghan central bank, Hidayatullah Badri, has revealed that the Taliban and China are in discussions regarding banking cooperation. (Photo Credit: India Today) The Taliban’s governor...
The new documentary "Transition," which premiered this past weekend at the Tribeca Film Festival, tells the secret story of a trans journalist embedded with the Taliban. A still from Transition. ‘We wanted to...
Abhishek Darbey, a research associate with the Chinese Research Program at the New Delhi-based Center for China Analysis and Strategy (CCAS), believes that the real reason behind China's $10 billion offer to the Taliban for lithium is that the Chinese regime wants to control the region.
The Taliban and its supporters have a massive presence on Twitter since the launch of the Twitter Blue service in December, as they began purchasing blue ticks on Twitter. 
According to Reuters, the Taliban has signed a breakthrough deal with Russia for discounted oil, gas, and wheat as a result of weeks of discussion in Moscow.
All administrations attempt to put a certain amount of spin on reality. They tried to paint things in the most positive light. The Biden administration has taken this to an entirely new level. It has dispensed with reality entirely. It has created a completely fictional universe.
The Taliban generated upwards of $400 million selling the narcotic between 2018 and 2019. But in what seems to be a shift in policies, the Taliban have now banned opium cultivation in Afghanistan.
Is the US taxpayer money going to train the terrorists of tomorrow? This is the story of how Bill Gates teamed up with the Taliban.
According to a senior diplomat in the region and another source familiar with the matter, the CIA Chief William Burns secretly met with Taliban leader Abdul Ghani Baradar.
While the Taliban now controls virtually all of Afghanistan, including the country's capital, Kabul, one region, the Panjshir Valley, remains outside of the group's tightening grip. Now, a resistance movement is forming there, led by, among others, Amrullah Saleh, who had been First Vice President of Afghanistan until the collapse of the internationally-recognized government this past weekend, and now claims to be the legitimate leader of the country.