Taliban raise flag over presidential palace on 9/11 anniversary as brother of resistance leader slain

Ceremony marks formal beginning of Taliban rule in Afghanistan following chaotic US withdrawal

The Taliban raised their flag over the Afghan presidential palace on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, as news emerged that the regime’s fighters had killed the brother of the country’s former vice-president at a checkpoint in Panjshir province.

, Taliban raise flag over presidential palace on 9/11 anniversary as brother of resistance leader slain, The Nzuchi Times Guardian

Rohullah Azizi, the brother of former vice-president and anti-Taliban resistance leader Amrullah Saleh, was travelling in his car on Thursday when he and his driver were shot dead at a Taliban checkpoint, his nephew said on Saturday.

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