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MEPs discuss women's rights in Afghanistan after Taliban takeover
It comes amid warnings that the EU must not turn a blind eye to the situation in Afghanistan.
Watch: 'My life has no value if I'm stuck home,' Afghan woman protests
"Your independence is everything. I lost it so I'm not afraid anymore. My life won't have any value if I'm just stuck in my home. Stuck in your home is worse than being killed."
'Not inclusive': EU blasts new Taliban-formed government
The Taliban announced a new caretaker government on Tuesday evening, stacked with veterans of their hard-line rule from the 1990s.
Women march in Kabul against Pakistan and demanding freedom
At least 70 people, mostly women, rallied outside the Pakistani embassy, holding banners and chanting against what they said was meddling by Islamabad, who have long been accused of having close ties to the Taliban movement.
The world must not abandon human rights in Afghanistan | View
There is still a small window of opportunity for the international community to protect the most at risk and vulnerable through concrete measures. This should include maintaining and bolstering UNAMA’s human rights mandate when the Security Council reviews the mission’s mandate later in September.
Taliban announce new hardline caretaker government in Afghanistan
Mohammad Hasan Akhund will head the new Afghan government, while Abdul Ghani Baradar, the militant group's co-founder who took part in the US withdrawal negotiations, will be the new executive's number two.
Warning shots fired amid protest march in Kabul
The exclusive video captured by Euronews correspondant Anelise Borges shows protesters fleeing amid the sound of heavy gunfire.
Thousands queue at Kabul's banks after Taliban impose withdrawals cap
"Most of the people don't have anything to eat because their cash is in the banks, and the banks have locked their cash."
Afghanistan: Two killed by gunfire at protest against Taliban regime
Two people were reported killed and eight injured following gunfire at a protest against the Taliban regime in Herat, the major city in western Afghanistan.
Taliban cover murals on the security wall around Kabul
The Taliban have started to work to change the face of Afghanistan and while the group insists they’re no longer the brutal force that ruled this place in the 90s,
Another week to get Kabul airport up and running, officials say
"There has been extensive damage to various parts of the airport, including utilities," officials told Euronews.
Watch: ‘We need boots on the ground’ to stop terror threat, says Blair
“Counter-terrorism on its own will not remove an entrenched threat”, said Blair, as he reflected on the fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban.
Taliban claim they have control of last Afghan holdout province
Located north of Kabul, it's the last province not controlled by Taliban fighters after they completed a rapid takeover of the country last month.
Afghanistan: Taliban replace colourful murals with Islamic slogans
Murals spreading messages of hope and peace, promoting health care, or paying homage to some of Afghanistan’s iconic foreign contributors, are being painted over.
Boom time for Afghan arms dealers in Taliban heartland
The Taliban takeover may have plunged Afghanistan into uncertainty and economic pain, but arms dealer Khan Mohammad is making the most of it
Flights take off from Kabul airport in first since US pullout
The airport has become a symbol of what the Taliban can do and whether or not they can operate infrastructure, Euronews correspondent in Kabul Anelise Borges reports.
Afghan government formation delayed as fighting continues in Panjshir
Euronews reports from Afghanistan as fighting continues in the Panjshir Valley, the last region not under Taliban control.
'We are prepared to die,' say Afghan women protesting Taliban in Kabul
Women's protests in Kabul are continuing despite the Taliban's pledges to be an inclusive and moderate force.
'I have not left Afghanistan,' says resistance leader Amrullah Saleh
Saleh told Euronews that he remains in the Panjshir Valley fighting alongside Ahmad Massoud.
Afghan women protest in Kabul as Taliban say country is 'safe'
Protesters in Kabul told Euronews that they were "afraid" but felt they needed to fight for their rights. Meanwhile, the Taliban said the country was safe.
Afghan women demand rights during protest in Taliban-held Kabul
A group of Afghan women protested in the streets of Kabul ahead of the Taliban's announcement of a new government.
Afghan girls feel 'hopeless' about their education under Taliban rule
Young Afghan students told Euronews that their families worried about them going to school and that they felt "hopeless" about the future.
In Kabul, fear and apprehension as Taliban prepares to form government
Euronews' international affairs correspondent Anelise Borges is on the ground in Taliban-held Kabul speaking to residents about their expectations for the future.
Taliban promising 'inclusive' government... without women
The Taliban is yet to announce a new government that will shape the future of the war-torn country. While the rights of women and girls are at stake, the group already said 'they won't include women in the top government jobs'.
Taliban take full control of Afghanistan airport
The Taliban took full control of Kabul International Airport on Tuesday after the last US plane left the airport, marking the end of the longest war in US history.
Watch: Taliban take control of Kabul airport after US withdrawal
A Euronews reporter witnessed first-hand Taliban leaders taking over Kabul airport and celebrating their victory after the last US soldiers flew out of Afghanistan.