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New Middle Eastern shop serves candy, coffee and reminders of shared humanity

NJ 17 Jun 2022
But while Levantine Sweets may delight your senses, owners Mohammed and Rola Abdallah keep a greater goal in mind. “I hope people come together at our store ... The grand opening ... Plenty of other Middle Eastern shops fill South Paterson’s Main Street, like Fattal’s Syrian Bakery, Nouri Cafe, Nablus sweets, and Kabul Halal Meat Market and Grocery ... ....
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Marcus Yam, Los Angeles Times foreign correspondent and photojournalist, wins Pulitzer

The Los Angeles Times 09 May 2022
A child cries as a man carries a bloodied child on a road leading to Kabul’s airport ... Taliban fighters pray next to young Afghans outside a mosque for evening prayers in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Aug ... Now they came to a Kabul that was intact ... The cafe, a fulcrum of Kabul’s cultural life, is a casualty of the new order ushered in by the Taliban.
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Separated on Valentine's Day: the Afghan lovers with only bittersweet memories

The National 14 Feb 2022
“Compared to India where we had a lot of freedom, dating in Kabul was a struggle,” Mr Rahimi said ... We would drive around Kabul, go to cafes and restaurants. You name a restaurant in Kabul, and we have been there,” he said, smiling as he recalled the fond memories. But as fate would have it, the Taliban seized Kabul just weeks before their wedding ... ....
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Afghan NGO women ‘threatened with shooting’ for not wearing burqa

The News International 22 Jan 2022
KABUL ... under the Taliban’s first regime, from 1996 to 2001 -- is still widely worn, particularly outside the capital, Kabul ... Earlier this month, the posters were slapped on cafes and shops in Kabul, ordering the Afghan women to cover up, illustrated with an image of the burqa.
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Afghan NGO women 'threatened with shooting' for not wearing burqa

Raw Story 21 Jan 2022
... burqa –- mandatory under the Taliban's first regime, from 1996 to 2001 –- is still widely worn, particularly outside the capital Kabul ... In Kabul earlier this month, posters were slapped on cafes and shops ordering Afghan women to cover up, illustrated with an image of the burqa.
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Afghan NGO women 'threatened with shooting' for not wearing burqaWomen are being squeezed from public ...

Deccan Herald 21 Jan 2022
... burqa -- mandatory under the Taliban's first regime, from 1996 to 2001 -- is still widely worn, particularly outside the capital Kabul ... In Kabul earlier this month, posters were slapped on cafes and shops ordering Afghan women to cover up, illustrated with an image of the burqa.
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How to create a 'conscious' business

Harpers Bazaar 17 Jan 2022
"I experienced this all firsthand myself when my family came to the UK," says Mursal Hedayat, who became a refugee from her home in Kabul, Afghanistan, when she was four ... "My mother was a civil engineer in Kabul, who had to work as a cleaner for nearly ten years in the UK until she used her language skills," Hedayat continues.
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Taliban Condemned for Arresting Outspoken Afghan Professor

Beijing News 09 Jan 2022
Family members said Faizullah Jalal, a professor of law and political science, was seized by security forces from his residence in the Afghan capital, Kabul, and the cause of his detention is not immediately known ... This week, the ministry spokesman confirmed they had placed posters on cafes and shops around Kabul instructing women to wear hijabs.
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As the Taliban swept Kabul, one friend escaped. The other was trapped. They shared their ...

Henry Herald 26 Dec 2021
In the four months since the Taliban took over Afghanistan, Nilofar, a 20-year-old university student, has rarely left her small apartment in Kabul, where she lives with her older sister, brother and father ... She was planning to start an economics degree at Kabul University this fall.
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‘I wondered whether a bullet had my name on it’: my terrifying 24-hour journey out of Afghanistan

The Observer 12 Dec 2021
The main focus of the Taliban and international forces is Kabul airport where a chaotic evacuation is under way ... Afghans at an internet cafe in Kabul seeking help with applications for Special Immigrant Visas for those who have been employed by or on behalf of the US government ... Main story is here, not at the Kabul airport.
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Why John Abraham has no fear of failing in Bollywood

Gulf News 27 Nov 2021
1 of 11 ... Image Credit. AFP. 2 of 11 ... Image Credit. IMDB ... The actor, who carved a career for himself with films like ‘Jism’, ’Dhoom’, ‘Dostana’, ‘New York’, ‘Kabul Express’, to ‘Madras Cafe’, ‘Parmanu’ [pictured] and ‘Batla House’, has had a mixed bag of hits and misses over the years ... ... I did ‘Water’, ‘Madras Cafe’ [pictured] and ‘Kabul Express’ too ... .
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Taliban keen to present cleaned-up image at the Institute of Diplomacy

The Irish Times 19 Nov 2021
One of the youngest members of the new leadership, he was relatively unknown when he appeared at the Taliban’s first press conference after the fall of Kabul, sitting quietly beside the official spokesman, Zabiullah Mujahid ... In a cafe in Kabul, a young Afghan woman predicts.
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Taliban keen to present cleaned-up image at Institute of Diplomacy

The Irish Times 19 Nov 2021
One of the youngest members of the new leadership, he was relatively unknown when he appeared at the Taliban’s first press conference after the fall of Kabul, sitting quietly beside the official spokesman, Zabiullah Mujahid ... In a cafe in Kabul, a young Afghan woman predicts.
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COVID-2021: a Plague of Mandates Odyssey

Dissident Voice 04 Oct 2021
On a mildly more serious note ... �No confirmed word on their exact whereabouts, but grainy leaked video appears to show the two Corporate Media hacks having a Tea-for-Three in a Kabul cafe with Kamala Harris, the current VP-absconditus of Joe Biden’s Klaus Schwab-sponsored Imperium in the North American sector ... a Space Odyssey — ... .
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Death by sadness, or the Taliban: LGBTQ Afghans in hiding

Manila Bulletin 30 Sep 2021
KABUL, Afghanistan– As the Taliban appeared on every corner of Kabul, Marwa and her friend — both gay Afghans — took the drastic decision to become husband and wife ... “There was a cafe in Kabul where every Friday LGBT friends met each other and they danced.”.

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