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Afghanistan's brutal year: the return of the Taliban
It was a year of turmoil for Afghanistan and its people. From the Western withdrawal and evacuation to the Taliban's seizure of power - a look back at the tumultuous events of 2021.
Afghan girl from famous cover portrait is evacuated to Italy
National Geographic magazine’s famed green-eyed “Afghan Girl” has arrived in Italy as part of the West’s evacuation of Afghans following the Taliban takeover of the country, the Italian government said.
Watch: exclusive report on life inside Taliban-ruled Afghanistan
Euronews' Anelise Borges recounts a tumultuous few weeks in Afghanistan after the Taliban swept back into power.
Tourists return to the azure waters of Afghanistan's 'Grand Canyon'
Seven weeks after the Taliban seized power, tourism is returning to the so-called Grand Canyon of Afghanistan.
$12.3 million 'found stashed' at former Afghan leaders' homes
"The money found came from senior leaders of the previous government, such as Amrullah Saleh" according to the statement of the Afghan Central Bank.
Bereaved Afghan denounces 'big mistake' after US strike kills daughter
Euronews' special correspondent in Kabul Anelise Borges writes about her heart-wrenching encounter with Emal Ahmadi, who lost ten family members in a US drone strike last month — including his 3-year-old daughter Malika.
Days after leaving Afghanistan, US marks 20th anniversary of 9/11
Biden is the fourth president to console the US on the anniversary of 9/11, which has shaped many major domestic and foreign policy decisions over the past two decades.
Afghans tell Euronews how the 9/11 attacks shaped their lives
Euronews' Anelise Borges spoke to Emal Ahmadi, who lost ten members of his family in a US drone strike last month. Like so many of his fellow Afghans, Ahmadi's life has been shaped by the 9/11 attacks and the subsequent "war on terror."
Biden hails 'extraordinary success' of Kabul evacuation amid criticism
Speaking from the White House, President Joe Biden defended the US pullout from Afghanistan as he faced criticism for his handling of the final evacuation.
Tony Blair: Afghanistan withdrawal is 'tragic and unnecessary'
"The abandonment of Afghanistan and its people is tragic, dangerous, unnecessary, not in their interests and not in ours," former UK PM Tony Blair wrote.
People in London protest to show solidarity with the people of Afghanistan
People gather in central London to protest the takeover of Afghanistan by the Taliban and to show solidarity with Afghans.
Analysis: How has Biden's handling of Afghanistan gone down in the US?
To get an idea of how Biden's words and actions have gone down in the US, Euronews spoke to its stateside reporter Ray Suarez.
Troops fire in air to control crowds at Kabul airport
Afghan soldiers fired in the air and pushed crowds gathered at the entrance of Kabul airport away as desperate Afghans tried to leave the country in the wake of last week's stunning Taliban takeover.
Afghans fleeing Taliban rule flock to Pakistan border
Afghans fearing for their lives under Taliban rule continue to look for ways out of their home country. Many cross the border into Pakistan while anxious traders at the checkpoint worry about insecurity
Afghanistan: Helping the vulnerable is 'key priority' says envoy
"Everyone is vulnerable in the country where the rate of unemployment is 60% and the only source of employment has also come to a standstill," says Ashraf Haidari.
Inside Kabul: What is life like so far under Taliban rule?
Euronews spoke to Afghan journalist Fazel Qazizai, who has years of experience covering the Taliban’s moves in the country
One dead after Taliban militants attack protesters in Afghanistan
The drama has sparked fears about whether the insurgents will govern Afghanistan in the manner they claim.
Evacuations continue in Kabul
As the evacuations continue in Kabul, tens of thousands of Afghans are still trying to flee the country. Tension remains high at Kabul airport, while many are queueing up near foreign embassies.
Facebook 'banned' the Taliban from WhatsApp. They kept using it
Social media companies are struggling to shut down accounts linked to the sanctioned group which took the Afghan capital Kabul last weekend.
Meet the British student who flew to Afghanistan and is now stuck
Miles Routledge has been branded a 'disaster tourist' online for flying into Kabul last Friday, just days before the Taliban captured the city.
Will the Afghanistan crisis spark a refugee influx to Europe?
The question comes as the Taliban completed a rapid takeover of the country.
Life in Herat city restarts under Taliban rule
A Taliban fighter said offices would reopen and work would return to "normal" in Afghanistan's second largest city of Herat after it was captured by the insurgents. Passengers headed to Kabul's Airport seeking to leave Afghanistan in the face of the lightning Taliban offensive.
Taliban captures Uruzgan's provincial capital and Herat
The Taliban captured another three provincial capitals in Afghanistan, completing their sweep of the country's south in a lightning offensive that is gradually encircling Kabul.
Taliban captures 10th provincial capital in Afghanistan
The Taliban captured a provincial capital near Kabul, the 10th the insurgents have taken over a weeklong blitz across Afghanistan as the US and NATO prepare to withdraw entirely from the country after decades of war.
Taliban capture new Afghan provincial capital near Kabul
The Taliban have raised their flags over the city of Ghazni, just 130 kilometres southwest of Kabul. It is the tenth provincial capital taken by the insurgents over a weeklong blitz across Afghanistan.
Taliban continue talks whilst making big gains on the battlefield
Government forces are struggling to hold onto Afghanistan's major towns and cities whilst the Taliban continue to take large rural districts.