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Investigation may lead to freezing of assets and accounts of former civil servants, ministers and lawmakers, says official.Investigation may lead to freezing of assets and accounts of former civil servants, ministers and lawmakers, says official.

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Zalmay Khalilzad has said the US had managed a last-minute deal with the Taliban but Ashraf Ghani's ‘escape’ from the country derailed everything.  | World NewsZalmay Khalilzad has said the US had managed a last-minute deal with the Taliban but Ashraf Ghani's ‘escape’ from the country derailed everything. 

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Afghanistan's central bank said Wednesday that the Taliban had seized more than $12 million in cash and gold from the homes of former government officials, as it called for all transactions to be made in local currency.Afghanistan's central bank said Wednesday that the Taliban had seized more than $12 million in cash and gold from the homes of former government officials, as it called for all transactions to be made in local currency.

Over $12 Million Seized From Ex-Officials As Cash Crunch Hits Afghanistan

KABUL: The Taliban are investigating the accounts of former high-ranking Afghan government members to check for...KABUL: The Taliban are investigating the accounts of former high-ranking Afghan government members to check for...

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Afghanistan's banks are running out of dollars, and may have to close their doors to customers unless the Taliban government releases funds soon, three people with direct knowledge of the matter said.Afghanistan's banks are running out of dollars, and may have to close their doors to customers unless the Taliban government releases funds soon, three people with direct knowledge of the matter said.

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TORKHAM, Pakistan -- As it tries to consolidate its interim government in Kabul, the Taliban is facing security threats from ISIS-K, Islamic State's rTaliban and US forces find common enemy in radical Islamic State affiliate

Afghan chaos mounts as ISIS-K tries to tarnish Taliban triumph - Nikkei Asia

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Afghans and Afghan-Americans have found themselves caught up in a national catastrophe due to the U.S. withdrawal of military and civilian contractors that le...Afghans and Afghan-Americans have found themselves caught up in a national catastrophe due to the U.S. withdrawal of military and civilian contractors that led to the Taliban’s takeover.

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Most of Afghanistan's $9.5 billion in assets were frozen by the US in August after the Taliban takeover, leading to a cash crisis, Reuters reported.Most of Afghanistan's $9.5 billion in assets were frozen by the US in August after the Taliban takeover, leading to a cash crisis, Reuters reported.

Afghan Banks Running Low on Cash, Beg the Taliban for More Money

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Afghanistan will have a 'regular and disciplined' army to defend the country's boundaries, acting Taliban army chief Qari Fasihuddin told reporters in Kabul on Wednesday.Afghanistan will have a 'regular and disciplined' army to defend the country's boundaries, acting Taliban army chief Qari Fasihuddin told reporters in Kabul on Wednesday.

Afghanistan will have 'regular, disciplined' army: Taliban army chief Qari Fasihuddin - World News

KABUL: Afghanistan's central bank said on Wednesday (Sep 15) that the Taliban had seized more than US$12 million in cash and gold from the homes of former government officials, as it called for all transactions to be made in local currency. A foreign exchange crunch in the aid-dependent country threatens tKABUL: Afghanistan's central bank said on Wednesday (Sep 15) that the Taliban had seized more than US$12 million in cash and gold from the homes of former government officials, as it called for all transactions to be made in local currency. A foreign exchange crunch in the aid-dependent country threatens t

US$12m seized from ex-officials as cash crunch hits Afghanistan - CNA

According to US officials, the Afghan Army had more than 300,000 service members, in addition to an Air Force and other US-supplied equipment, before it... 15.09.2021, Sputnik InternationalAccording to US officials, the Afghan Army had more than 300,000 service members, in addition to an Air Force and other US-supplied equipment, before it collapsed.

Taliban Mulling Creation of Regular Army in Afghanistan, Army Chief of Staff Says - 15.09.2021, Sputnik International

Ever since the Taliban took over Afghanistan’s capital on August 15, the country’s already fragile economy has spiralled into despair.<p>Ever since the Taliban took over Afghanistan&rsquo;s capital on August 15, the country&rsquo;s already fragile economy has spiralled into despair.</p>

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Ever since the Taliban took over Afghanistan's capital of Kabul on Aug. 15, the country's already fragile economy has spiraled into despair.Ever since the Taliban took over Afghanistan's capital of Kabul on August 15, the country's already fragile economy has spiraled into utter despair of cash and food shortages.

Afghanistan on brink of economic and humanitarian collapse

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