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Taliban with a regressive mindset, corrupted system and standstill economy is a failed forced administration

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4 mn read Afghanistan is under war from last 40 years. Taliban, globally recognized as a terrorist organization is now has come to the power and once again making lives difficult for each Afghan. In 1996, Taliban captured Afghanistan and tried creating dominance through violence and threats. But now, according to Taliban’s spokesperson Zabiullah Mujahid, they are capable of forming a stable administration and is working on it. Meanwhile, the group is thirsting to be acknowledged in international politics, their actions are not speaking the same. Recently, the news of ban on education for girls outraged number of organizations and NGOs working across the world. Regressive mindset, partial behavior and fearful environment is pushing Afghan people to go back in 1996, when it all started.

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Exclusive: Ex-Slovenian President on What’s Next for Eastern Europe After Ukraine Invasion

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9 mn read The Russian invasion of Ukraine, now ongoing for over 10 weeks, has caused deaths and injuries to Ukrainian and Russian soldiers and civilians and has also led to a global price spike. Being closest to the war zone, Eastern Europe has been most directly affected. In an exclusive interview with Eat News, Danilo Türk, former president of Slovenia from 2007 to 2012 and current president of Club de Madrid, the world’s largest forum of former heads of state, analyzes recent elections in Slovenia, Serbia, Hungary, and France.

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Exclusive: Would a Taiwan Strait war be the same as the Russo-Ukrainian War?  Former Catalan MP: Taiwan should be worried but also breathe a sigh of relief

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5 mn read It has been more than a month since Russia invaded Ukraine. Although Ukraine is fighting alone and has received material support from Western democracies, including military weapons, Russian troops continue to encircle Kyiv east, south, and north. Taiwan, which is in a similar situation to Ukraine, is also listed as a “tinderbox” by the international media. In an interview with Eat News, Alfons López Tena, a former member of the Spanish General Council of the Judiciary and a former member of the Catalan Parliament, said that Taiwan should be worried but also breathe a sigh of relief.

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Exclusive: Uyghurs Condemn Former Leader of Taiwan’s Largest Opposition Party for Denying Xinjiang Concentration Camps

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6 mn read In an interview with the Deutsche Welle, Hong Hsiu-chu, former vice-speaker of the Parliament of the Republic of China on Taiwan and former chairwoman of the Kuomintang, questioned the authenticity of the reports “forced labor of Uyghurs” and the “killing of Uyghurs” by the Chinese Communist regime in Xinjiang, when asked about the detention of Uyghurs in re-education camps. Hong stressed that she will be visiting a re-education camp in Xinjiang this year and that she believes that seeing is believing. In response, Eat News interviewed many Uyghur leaders, who severely condemned Hong’s remarks.

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Exclusive: China with ‘One Village One Friend’ is setting a pro-China narrative in Nepal

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3 mn read China’s active presence in Nepal from past some years is happening due to one of the reasons, which is tensions on border between India and China. Increased force on the borderline is pushing China to grow its roots in India’s neighboring country, Nepal. As per the information given by sources of Intelligence agencies, China and Pakistan have increased their activities in Nepal. China is about to start a campaign called ‘One village One friend’ to cut down anti-China sentiments developing in the country. According to the sources, Chinese Embassy is also funding Nepal-China friendship society, the organization behind the campaign.

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Exclusive: Will right-leaning AfD party oppose on support China? And Dexit?

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5 mn read The German federal election of 2021 ended on September 26. The Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) became the majority party with 25.7% of the vote, replacing the Union parties (Christian Democratic Union of Germany and Christian Social Union in Bavaria), which received only 24.1% of the vote. In comparison, the Green Party and the Free Democratic Party (FDP) received 14.7% and 11.5% of the vote, respectively, ranking third and fourth. The Alternative for Germany (AfD), a relatively right-wing party which formerly had 12.6% of the vote, received only 10.5% of the vote this time. After the election, Eat News exclusively interviewed AfD MP Jürgen Braun and asked him some tough questions.

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Exclusive: Who was the foreigner who sneaked into Tiananmen Square to protest the 2008 Beijing Olympics?

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7 mn read During Beijing 2008, there was a small protest at a hotel in Beijing and in Tiananmen Square. Among the protester was a Westerner who eluded the Chinese People’s Liberation Army and police and brought the human rights situation in China to the attention of the Western media in Beijing. Who was he? Thirteen years later, Eat News found this man in Los Angeles.

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Exclusive: Due to the travel ban in Spain, Indian students have to wait to travel and are feeling discriminated

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3 mn read Not long ago, Indian administration started off a separate vaccination drive for Indian students who are planning to travel overseas for academics. The move is highly appreciated by the students and their families as it cleared one of the main hurdles in their way. But to their surprise, another obstacle just came in and halted the procedure. According to the students, travelling Spain for studies are facing visa issuance problem. Since India is experiencing delta variant cases too from last month, the result of mutation in corona virus, it has put India on red list that prohibits Spain administration to issue study visa to Indian students.

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Exclusive: Exiled Kazakh leader questions Communist China’s secret military bases in the country

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4 mn read China launched the “Belt and Road” in 2014 to counter Western countries led by the United States and the European Union in an attempt to expand its international influence through infrastructure development. Kazakh exile leader Serikzhan Bilash told Eat News that many Kazakh intellectuals, including himself, suspect that the Chinese Communist Party uses state-owned enterprises to cover secretly stationing armed personnel in Kazakhstan.

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Exclusive: U.S have acknowledged about the new agreement with Iran and removal of some sanctions, that led India to stop importing crude oil from the gulf

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4 mn read Trump administration imposed certain sanctions on Persian Gulf nations that stopped India to importing oil from Iran in mid-2019. But now as sanctions are about to ease following the time span, India is prepping to get back into the buyers list and start importing again, according to the reports. The current situation followed when Trump […]

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