Taliban to declare Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan: Official

The Taliban, who on 15th August Sunday entered capital, Kabul, are on the edge of declare that they have taken manager of the country and that it is now the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, according to Press Association information citing a Taliban official. Ex-President Ashraf Ghani thought he had left the country to circumvent clashes through the Taliban that would imperil millions of residents of Kabul.

Taliban to declare Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan:

Several local social media users in Kabul branded Ghani, who did not reveal his location, a coward for send-off them in chaos. As Taliban fighters take Kabul, roaming through the halls of the deserted presidential palace, the group issues a announcement It would soon revive Afghanistan’s previous name. The Taliban affirmed the war in Afghanistan was over after insurgent took control of the presidential palace in Kabul as US-led forces depart and Western nations knotted to evacuate their citizens.

The declaration is predictable to be made from the presidential palace in Kabul following the exit of Afghanistan President, Ashraf Ghani, earlier, who it seems that fled, initially to Tajikistan. One of the Taliban’s mainly senior officials affirmed that the movement’s swift triumph over the Afghan government was an unrivalled feat but that the real test of governing efficiently would begin now that it had win power.

Guardian front page, Monday 16 August 2021: The fall of Kabul

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