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Four Americans Leave Afghanistan by Land in First Departures Since US Pullout
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-Great Cultural Revolution
WSJ: Men appear to be giving up on college
h/t HotAir
There’s an interesting story in the Wall Street Journal today about the declining enrollment of men in 2 and 4-year colleges. This gender enrollment disparity is a trend that has been happening for a while now, but at this point the divergence between men and women is becoming pretty dramatic.

...The situation has become bad enough that some colleges are already offering more slots for boys in an attempt to bring the enrollment back into parity. The WSJ says this is "higher education’s dirty little secret," i.e. schools are now practicing a kind of affirmative action for men.
You want more men? You want to save your economy? Stop "believing all women".
Posted by: g(r)omgoru || 09/07/2021 02:30 || Comments || Link || E-Mail|| [264 views] Top|| File under:

#1  LOL. The real losers will be women. Women marry up: they want a man who's better than them. Now, with the systematic denigration and degradation of men, it's going to be even tougher for a woman with a Master's or Ph.D to find a husband. Much less a Bachelor's. They're going to cry into their cat litter and box wines and oh! it will be glorious. Because they did this to themselves.
Posted by: Blinky Pholuling8616 || 09/07/2021 3:58 Comments || Top||

#2  Your privileged white male degree and qualifications are irrelevant. The USPS is the government hiring and recruitment model. Business and industry (what remains of it) appear to be following the model. Have been for many years.

Tired of the old government hiring and recruitment model, check out the new Amazon driver and warehouse team model. You're a non-US CIT who graduated from the University of Mumbai (MU), don't want to leave the family, and wish to 'work from home'? No problem. Our positions provide free phones and laptops. Ability to speak English is a plus.

WSJ exposé not really necessary. Yes, it gets worse. H1B's are an entirely separate but related story.

Posted by: Besoeker || 09/07/2021 4:29 Comments || Top||

#3  #1 don't forget they have to turn in their status car for $$$ service to a mechanic who's not paying off an outrageous student loan for a piece of credentialing paper in a dealership with 'overhead' that was acquired from dad and needed no piece of paper to own and operate. Just an Adam Smith form of from each according to his/her ability to each according to his/her need.
Posted by: Procopius2k || 09/07/2021 7:29 Comments || Top||

#4  Why would you want to go hang out someplace where you're told you're the source of all the world's problems?
Posted by: ed in texas || 09/07/2021 10:46 Comments || Top||

#5  The story mentions the high cost of college and crushing student debt. Not mentioned is the fact that a lot of the degrees being offered are worthless. Let the girls have them, skip all that bullcrap and learn to be an auto mechanic. Let's face it college is not for everybody.
Posted by: Abu Uluque || 09/07/2021 12:27 Comments || Top||

#6  lot of the degrees being offered are worthless

That's why they created the Inclusiveness and Diversity con to create jobs for those useless degrees they've peddled and debt they stuck the 'ladies' with.
Posted by: Procopius2k || 09/07/2021 12:40 Comments || Top||

#7  /\ All coming a bit late for me and my chronic difficulty with math, physics, and chemistry. Somewhere in the attic, I have the transcripts to prove it.

Only in an 'Airstrip One' totally WOKE society would degrees in Inclusiveness and Diversity constitute value added.

Posted by: Besoeker || 09/07/2021 12:43 Comments || Top||

#8  Why STEM became STEAM
Posted by: Frank G || 09/07/2021 12:50 Comments || Top||

#9  I'll tell you one thing about plumbers: When you need one, you will pay.
Posted by: Abu Uluque || 09/07/2021 12:55 Comments || Top||

#10  What #4 said.
Posted by: Vespasian Ebboting9735 || 09/07/2021 13:35 Comments || Top||

#11  I thought gender did not matter? In the end the only thing that matters is gainful employment and a career after graduating. Looks like folks are figuring out the business case and the risk of college is not worth the cost and abuse.
Posted by: Airandee || 09/07/2021 14:44 Comments || Top||

#12  I guess those "MRS" degrees are going to be different. With the declining male enrollment maybe there will be an increase in "MRS/MRS" degrees.
Posted by: Don Vito Smith7929 || 09/07/2021 14:50 Comments || Top||

#13  Why?
Well, because they can become Transifa/em> to get laid.

Don't need to go to college.
Posted by: Skidmark || 09/07/2021 18:35 Comments || Top||


Afghanistan
Nielsen says final episode of ‘Afghanistan' drew biggest ratings in 12 seasons
Moved to Opinion. Satire like Duffel, Bee, Onion, goes to Opinion
[Duffelblog] HOLLYWOOD — Fans of “Afghanistan,” the longest-running military drama in U.S. history, tuned in for the show's finale in numbers not seen in more than a decade, according to ratings company Nielsen.

“We are very grateful to our loyal fans who stayed with us all the way through,” producers said in a statement. “And we also appreciate the fair-weather fans who returned to complain about the long-awaited end.”

Nielsen says the ratings were the highest since 2009’s two-part episode in which a U.S. soldier walked off his forward operating base and the entire U.S. Army mobilized to try and find him.

The show originally began as a primetime miniseries, “Northern Alliance,” which debuted in the fall of 2001. The series was an unqualified hit, and producers turned it into a full production that December, after Northern Alliance’s climax, “Loya Jirga,” shattered records for military-themed programming.

“We just completely blew away ‘Gulf War’ numbers,” sources told the TV trades at the time.

“Afghanistan’s” strong start faltered some when a spinoff, “Shock and Awe,” began to air. The convoluted writing—at one point, the show tried to convince viewers that the real villains of “Northern Alliance” were in Iraq—quickly soured large parts of the audiences of both shows. No matter how hard then-executive-producer Paul Wolfowitz tried, audiences never bought the connection between the two storylines.

Over time, each series tried all the usual tricks—crossover appearances, surges of guest stars, sex scandals involving major characters—but audiences remained decidedly ambivalent.

Even the shows’ loyal “Teefies”—derived from “Thank you for your service,” which fans abbreviated into TYFYS with their distinctive sun-faded yellow magnetic ribbons on the backs of pickup trucks—gradually lost interest. What once was a frequent occurrence accompanied by a purchased beer, coffee, or in-flight upgrade eventually became a dolorous, half-hearted greeting without even eye contact.
Posted by: Penguin of the Desert || 09/07/2021 11:23 || Comments || Link || E-Mail|| [106 views] Top|| File under: Taliban/IEA

#1  Good stuff, especially pertinent now. Scalpel sharp edge.
Posted by: trailing wife || 09/07/2021 15:05 Comments || Top||

#2  What really killed the show was lack of a plot.
Posted by: ed in texas || 09/07/2021 17:21 Comments || Top||


China-Japan-Koreas
Soros says BlackRock's China investments likely to lose money - WSJ
[YahooFinance] Billionaire investor George Soros said BlackRock Inc investing billions of dollars into China now is a "mistake" and will likely lose money for the asset manager's clients, according to an opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal.

"Pouring billions of dollars into China now is a tragic mistake," Soros wrote in the op-ed. "It is likely to lose money for BlackRock's clients and, more important, will damage the national security interests of the U.S. and other democracies."

Last month, BlackRock became the first foreign asset manager to operate a wholly owned mutual fund business in China, tapping the fast-growing $3.6 trillion retail fund market. This also comes after the government scrapped a foreign ownership cap in the industry on April 1, 2020.

Soros said BlackRock has drawn a distinction between the country's state-owned enterprises and privately owned companies that is far from reality, according to the opinion piece https://www.wsj.com/articles/blackrock-larry-fink-china-hkex-sse-authoritarianism-xi-jinping-term-limits-human-rights-ant-didi-global-national-security-11630938728.

Investors in China have been rattled by a flurry of regulatory crackdowns this year targeting sectors ranging from technology to private tutoring, which have wiped out close to $1 trillion in market value since February.
Posted by: Skidmark || 09/07/2021 07:29 || Comments || Link || E-Mail|| [136 views] Top|| File under: Commies

#1  It's like this. You've been shoveling money down a hole chasing a fad.
Old street saying: "We made money, the business made money. the investors lost money. Two out of three ain't bad."
Posted by: ed in texas || 09/07/2021 10:53 Comments || Top||

#2  Just make Hunter a shareholder and the CCP will make it profitable
Posted by: magpie || 09/07/2021 11:26 Comments || Top||

#3  It's interesting that Blackrock has been pushing China while declaring its undying support of green investments.
Posted by: Matt || 09/07/2021 12:27 Comments || Top||

#4  /\ "Green investments" and related political Kabuki causes remain a viable virtue signaling strategy for many. 'Living the cover' requires long term commitment.
Posted by: Besoeker || 09/07/2021 12:31 Comments || Top||

#5  Suggests Soros' Chinese investments are in competition with BlackRock's...
Posted by: Glenmore || 09/07/2021 16:51 Comments || Top||


Economy
Most Popular Cheap Beer in America
Posted by: Procopius2k || 09/07/2021 00:00 || Comments || Link || E-Mail|| [450 views] Top|| File under:

#1  Runners up....



My cup runneth over
Posted by: Slusock Ulomosing7989 || 09/07/2021 0:14 Comments || Top||

#2  Natural Light beats Corona?
Posted by: Classer || 09/07/2021 0:54 Comments || Top||

#3  Where's my Bud Light? I demand a recount!
Posted by: Raj || 09/07/2021 1:18 Comments || Top||

#4 
As a 19 y/o when 18-21 could drink beer and wine.
Miller Ponies were popular in my area.

8pk
Drink and toss at rural road sign over the car top while doing 50mph.

If you missed it was time to quit drinking and call it a night.

Posted by: NN2N1 || 09/07/2021 8:02 Comments || Top||

#5  If you missed it was time to quit drinking and call it a night.

Missed with the beer or the car?
Posted by: Procopius2k || 09/07/2021 8:48 Comments || Top||

#6  Round here it's Leinenkugel's (or Grain Belt for the upper class)....
Posted by: Phaitch Pholuque7095 || 09/07/2021 8:50 Comments || Top||

#7  Back in my college daysit was Red White and Blue. $1.50 a six pack. Tasted awful but after 4 the taste didn't matter.
Posted by: Deacon Blues || 09/07/2021 9:17 Comments || Top||

#8  Like a beauty contest for the prettiest ugly woman.
Posted by: Angstrom || 09/07/2021 10:08 Comments || Top||

#9  ^^^ That's why cheap beer was invented.
Posted by: Whoting Phomolet9789 || 09/07/2021 10:09 Comments || Top||

#10  Back in my college days it was Red White and Blue. $1.50 a six pack.

Yep - that brings back some memories.
Posted by: Raj || 09/07/2021 10:27 Comments || Top||

#11  Does Lone Star count as cheap? I thought it was pretty decent.
Posted by: ruprecht || 09/07/2021 11:48 Comments || Top||

#12  Light beer might be cheap, it might even quench your thirst. But if you're looking for a buzz, you better have a bigger bladder than I do.
Posted by: Abu Uluque || 09/07/2021 12:33 Comments || Top||

#13  BS. Chick Ultra is everywhere in SC. Their distributor must be salesman of the year in the southeast
Posted by: Gluter Mussolini5141 || 09/07/2021 15:11 Comments || Top||


Home Front: Politix
Joe Biden Is Not Going to Like College Football's Latest Chant
[Townhall] College football is back. COVID panic porn peddlers are upset but are powerless. Sports are back. The fans are back. You can have a meltdown in your bunker. We’re getting on with life. The season is back after our chaotic and humiliating withdrawal from Afghanistan where Joe Biden left Americans behind. The economy is in the toilet, with the August jobs report being utter garbage and way, way below expectations. Inflation is also rising. We’re also dealing with a natural disaster in Hurricane Ida—and Joe Biden is at the helm for all of it.

Seriously, 81 million people voted for this guy? Nope. You’ll never convince me of that, especially after the chants of "f**k Joe Biden" were heard all over the country.
Emphasis added.
Posted by: Besoeker || 09/07/2021 04:03 || Comments || Link || E-Mail|| [289 views] Top|| File under:

#1  I'm sure it's going to bother him a whole lot.
Posted by: g(r)omgoru || 09/07/2021 7:30 Comments || Top||

#2  I agree, but should be using more civil wording in public.
Posted by: NN2N1 || 09/07/2021 7:57 Comments || Top||

#3  I forsee a lot of mic "malfunctions" during the live games.
Posted by: DarthVader || 09/07/2021 11:13 Comments || Top||

#4  Elect a president with the charisma of a used condom...
Posted by: magpie || 09/07/2021 11:22 Comments || Top||

#5  /\..."elect". Sorry, I forgot the scare quotes.
Posted by: magpie || 09/07/2021 11:24 Comments || Top||

#6  Elect a president with the charisma of a used condom...

Condom Company Busted for Selling Used Condoms
Posted by: Skidmark || 09/07/2021 11:55 Comments || Top||

#7  /\ An unfortunate metaphor. Please do not harsh an over-the-counter product that serves a useful purpose to society.
Posted by: Besoeker || 09/07/2021 11:56 Comments || Top||

#8  Feel good story of the day.
Posted by: Abu Uluque || 09/07/2021 12:37 Comments || Top||

#9  I stopped watching the Negro Collegiate Athletic Association games not long after I stopped watching the Negro Felon League games.
Posted by: Glenmore || 09/07/2021 16:53 Comments || Top||

#10  Tweets from games at four different schools. Not large groups chanting each time — but it would be interesting to know if the chant comes from conservatives or Bernie Bros.
Posted by: trailing wife || 09/07/2021 17:22 Comments || Top||

#11  ^They've conservatives in American colleges?
Posted by: g(r)omgoru || 09/07/2021 17:35 Comments || Top||

#12  The Bernie Bros? No, hard left. But they despise anyone to their right as sellouts who stole the election from Senator Sanders, which includes President Biden, and Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Posted by: trailing wife || 09/07/2021 18:16 Comments || Top||

#13  Wait — yes there are conservatives in American colleges. Even Young Republican groups to match the Young Democrats. But the groups tend to be smaller, and in recent years much persecuted by the increasingly totalitarian leftwing. Instapundit has been documenting this, among others, so those of a conservative bent have been in general getting quieter in the hope of not drawing maleficent attention.
Posted by: trailing wife || 09/07/2021 18:22 Comments || Top||

#14  Yea, well. I was being facetious.
Posted by: g(r)omgoru || 09/07/2021 19:02 Comments || Top||

#15  no, you misspelled obnoxious
Posted by: Frank G || 09/07/2021 20:08 Comments || Top||


Iraq
Why we should be worried about Nineveh this year: US in Iraq - opinion
[JPost] - Against the backdrop of the 9.0-magnitude man-made earthquake that was the disastrous US pullout from Afghanistan, two Christian leaders, Pastor Johnnie Moore and Juliana Taimoorazy, convened a news conference last week under the auspices of the Simon Wiesenthal Center. With the participation of Jameel Chomer, country director of the Yazda organization, via Zoom from Iraq, we released an open letter to the president of the United States urging him not to repeat the Afghanistan humanitarian debacle in Iraq.

Signed by Chomer and Taimoorazy, founder and president of the Iraqi Christian Relief Council, it read in part:

"Mr. President, we urge you to resist pressure to withdraw all troops from Iraq. Recent blood-soaked history has shown that without such a presence, the history of Assyrians and Yazidis on their ancient lands would end."

...In 2003, about the time of the invasion of Iraq, there were 1.5 million Assyrian Christians, who are among the world’s oldest Christian communities, in the world. Today, there remain 150,000 Assyrian Christians in their homeland. The numbers of Yazidis shrank from 600,000 to 400,000.
Thank you president Bush.
...on July 27, Joe Biden, now president, announced the remaining symbolic US forces will be leaving Iraq again "for good."

...If President Biden doesn’t cancel that move, two historic peoples — the Assyrian Christians and Yazidis — will be no more. And the keys to Nineveh plains will surely be scooped up by Iran with a long coveted strategic prize — an unfettered route to the Mediterranean Sea and a new powerful front to threaten the very existence of another people, the nation of Israel.
I suppose the people in Israel whose job it is been running scenarios of what happens when (no ifs about it) USA leaves since the day the invasion been announced.
Posted by: g(r)omgoru || 09/07/2021 02:08 || Comments || Link || E-Mail|| [181 views] Top|| File under:

#1  Joe Biden finishing the work Soetoro started? Or is that actually Soetoro finishing the work Soetoro started ?

The Iranian mullahs must be very please.
Posted by: Besoeker || 09/07/2021 4:34 Comments || Top||

#2  Some 'people' choose belief over life.
Posted by: Skidmark || 09/07/2021 18:36 Comments || Top||


Science & Technology
Why in the World Is the Government Disrupting the Distribution of Monoclonal Antibodies Now?
[PJMedia] After demonizing nearly every medication with the potential to reduce the severity of COVID-19 symptoms, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) finally recommended monoclonal antibodies earlier this summer. Before the official recommendation, some providers used them under an emergency use authorization (EUA) granted by the FDA in November 2020. The FDA just granted an EUA to allow their use for SARS-CoV-2 post-exposure and ongoing prophylaxis. This approval will increase demand.

Recently, the treatment has gotten quite a bit of media coverage. While the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has been promoting the treatment on the Combat Covid website since early summer, one man ensured a nationwide media campaign. Once Florida Governor Ron DeSantis decided to promote outpatient treatment using the antibodies and establish infusion centers, the media reacted because he is a very dangerous Republican.
Related: Only Ron DeSantis Would Get Criticized for Doing Exactly What Biden’s HHS Wants
During the week leading into the Labor Day holiday, DeSantis was on the road again, touting the success of Florida’s program in disconnecting COVID-19 infection from hospitalization in the state. Patients gave personal testimony about their experience with the treatment. Hospitalizations in the state declined 20% during the first few weeks the infusion centers were up and running. Then something interesting happened.

On Friday, someone who claimed to be an urgent care specialist tweeted that HHS had informed him that the government would now decide which facilities would receive doses of monoclonal antibodies. Jim Jackson wrote: "So now the government is getting involved in [read: restricting] monoclonal antibody distribution. Before, I could just order as much as we needed, and they shipped it next day air. Now a govt. commission will decide when, if, and how much I will be able to get for my pts [patients]. ’Should you have any questions regarding this update in ordering and distribution procedures, please email the Federal COVID-19 Response Team.’ Wonderful."

He added the alert from HHS that confirmed his assertion. Now, only facilities participating in the HHS Protect program can order the treatment, and the agency will review all orders. Suppose the current distribution map provided by HHS includes the HHS Protect facilities. In that case, the new order review process seems like a heavy administrative burden for the program. It may delay or limit treatment for at-risk patients.

Monoclonal antibodies are approved and recommended for outpatient use. HHS instructs patients who qualify to access them within ten days of symptom onset. Regeneron also has FDA approval to be used post-exposure and for prevention. All approved uses are time-dependent and not conducive to a burdensome order review process. The timing of the change in how health providers access them is curious.

If the supply is genuinely so constrained that the federal government needs to get involved in decisions about distribution, the question should be why. The use of monoclonal antibodies is restricted and only provided for specific at-risk groups. By managing and approving distribution, HHS insulates the manufacturers from actual market demand. Now, some at-risk vaccinated as well as unvaccinated patients require effective treatment, and it is constrained. If new variants emerge and become dominant, that trend may continue.

To date, therapeutics and repurposed medications to reduce disease severity have been underemphasized and even demonized. Monoclonal antibodies made it through all the noise and President Trump’s endorsement. It is time for the federal response to encourage increased production of monoclonal antibodies, challenge manufacturers to develop formulations against variants of concern, and get them in the hands of practitioners.
Posted by: Thing From Snowy Mountain || 09/07/2021 08:00 || Comments || Link || E-Mail|| [270 views] Top|| File under: Commies

#1  It's threatening their vaccine gravy train.
Posted by: ed in texas || 09/07/2021 10:23 Comments || Top||

#2  ^1. Exactly. They have made it very clear they do not want a treatment.
Posted by: Angstrom || 09/07/2021 10:55 Comments || Top||

#3  (a) A course of treatment with monoclonals costs a lot more than active immunization.
(b) Since it doesn't induce even temp immunity - that's why it's called passive immunization - it will have to be repeated with every exposure.
(c) There is evidence that existing monoclonals are NOT effective against delta variant.
(d) With De Santis' cheap publicity trick - since he's perfectly aware of (a), (b), (c) - the demand for monoclonals exceeds the supply. Therefore the new regulations.
Posted by: g(r)omgoru || 09/07/2021 11:32 Comments || Top||

#4  There is evidence that existing monoclonals are NOT effective against delta variant.

Or Mu.

COVID-19 variant mu detected in 49 states
Posted by: Skidmark || 09/07/2021 11:47 Comments || Top||

#5  Two thoughts.

Monoclonals would be specific to a variant. So wouldn't you need ones tailored to the virus you have? Note this appears to apply to the vaccine too, and more boosters of an ineffective vaccine presumably won't do much good.

The monoclonals themselves would not confer natural immunity, but having the infection will. Anyone want to share a paper stating that use of monoclonals prevents or impairs a natural immune response? Which, in the case of Delta anyway, is something like 7x more effective than the vax.
Posted by: Angstrom || 09/07/2021 13:10 Comments || Top||

#6  G(r)om, that's the point.
It can't possibly compete even with the (dubious) vaccines, but they had to go code red and see to it that it's stopped.
Why? Because you're not allowed to compete with the narrative.
Somebody might start saying things like 'divert some of the money to look at this'. Can't be having that idea be discussed.
Posted by: ed in texas || 09/07/2021 17:31 Comments || Top||

#7  ^Let me reiterate. Due to increased demand there is a supply shortage. Thus, IMO, the regulation.
p.s. Don't expect them to increase production to accommodate De Santis' political stunt (= very transient rise in demand). In fact, don't expect anyone - except Republican pols - to move a finger to accommodate the anti-vaxxers.
Posted by: g(r)omgoru || 09/07/2021 17:44 Comments || Top||

#8  By making it exclusive, they can give away more of the vax that doesn't [no longer] work.
Posted by: Skidmark || 09/07/2021 18:32 Comments || Top||

#9  (b) Since it doesn't induce even temp immunity - that's why it's called passive immunization - it will have to be repeated with every exposure.

Only if you're using it on people with no symptoms whatsoever, which as far as I can tell isn't the case; they're being used to treat people that are symptomatic but not necessarily on their last legs.

(c) There is evidence that existing monoclonals are NOT effective against delta variant.

Linking to a google search? Hmm. the fourth item to come up was Monoclonal antibody treatments work against delta variant when taken in first week of symptoms: doctors.



Posted by: Thing From Snowy Mountain || 09/07/2021 18:56 Comments || Top||

#10  Monoclonal antibody treatments work against delta variant when taken in first week of symptoms: doctors.

Groovy. How many get to docs in week one?
Posted by: g(r)omgoru || 09/07/2021 19:04 Comments || Top||

#11  Doctors?
Posted by: Thing From Snowy Mountain || 09/07/2021 19:32 Comments || Top||

#12  They'e probably seeing Nurse Practitiones in week one if they start coming down with cold symptoms. As near as I can tell they're doing aggressive testing down here. (Disclaimer: I'm not in Florida but elsewhere in the South).
Posted by: Thing From Snowy Mountain || 09/07/2021 19:33 Comments || Top||



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Tue 2021-09-07
  Four Americans Leave Afghanistan by Land in First Departures Since US Pullout
Mon 2021-09-06
  Pak Taliban claims suicide blast near Afghan border that killed 4
Sun 2021-09-05
  General Milley: ‘What You Saw Unfold' with Afghanistan Evacuation Was One of the Plans'
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  Egypt pumps toxic gas into Gaza tunnel, three Palestinians dead
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  British-born ISIS "Beatle'' due to plead guilty
Thu 2021-09-02
  Taliban confirm that the group’s Supreme Leader Hibatullah Akhundzada will be top authority
Wed 2021-09-01
  Six Iraqis on death row executed, three for 'terrorism': medic
Tue 2021-08-31
  Final US evacuation flights leave, ending America’s 20-year Afghanistan war, equipment left behind disabled
Mon 2021-08-30
  US Airstrike Hits Suicide Bombers Targeting Kabul Airport
Sun 2021-08-29
  Last British flight evacuating civilians from Afghanistan leaves Kabul
Sat 2021-08-28
  Biden Pledges to 'Hunt Down' Those Behind Airport Attack
Fri 2021-08-27
  Karzai, Abdullah house-arrested by Taliban in Kabul
Thu 2021-08-26
  Bomb explodes in northern gate of Kabul airport
Wed 2021-08-25
  Taliban Vows to Help Fight Climate Change
Tue 2021-08-24
  Firefight at Kabul airport kills Afghan guard
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