UN: Taliban rule marked by killings, denial of women's rights | Afghanistan | Latest World News

More than 100 former Afghan national security forces and others have been killed since the Taliban takeover in August, most at the hands of the hardline Islamist group which is recruiting boy soldiers and quashing women’s rights, states the UN. #UN #Taliban #Afghanistan About Channel: WION -The World is One News, examines global issues with… Continue reading UN: Taliban rule marked by killings, denial of women's rights | Afghanistan | Latest World News

Afghanistan's booming drugs trade under Taliban rule – BBC News

With economic collapse in Afghanistan, the country’s drug trade appears to be booming. Afghanistan has long been linked with the production of opium and heroin and is also now a major producer of crystal meth. The Taliban say farmers cannot be banned from producing drugs for now because there are no alternative sources of income… Continue reading Afghanistan's booming drugs trade under Taliban rule – BBC News