$12m seized from ex-officials as cash crunch hits Afghanistan
Issued on: 15/09/2021 - 15:28 Modified: 15/09/2021 - 15:26
[…] A foreign exchange crunch in the aid-dependent country threatens
the Taliban's rule *one month* after they seized power.
Most government employees have yet to return to work -- and in
many cases salaries had already not been paid for *months* -- leaving millions scrambling to make ends meet. […]
To learn anything in school other than the Koran would be blasphemous...
To (partially) shift the blame from Taliban is honest, stupid or Machiavellian. Which option do you choose?
IMHO _So far_ Taliban in power seem to be better than _the worst_ fears
but worse than (unreasonable) hopes.
They're all death-to-the-great-Satan asslifters, worthy only of
Do you expect love for US support of bloody regimes in Egypt and Saudi Kingdom "freedoms"? I do not.
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