Taliban spokesperson defends Afghanistan government’s actions | DW Interview

Afghanistan, which is facing multiple crises – international aid has largely dried up since the Taliban toppled the US-backed government last August, winter has brought widespread food shortages to an already crippled economy, and millions face famine, as the worst drought for two centuries shows no sign of easing. Women face new restrictions and are largely shut out of public life, and there are reports of widespread violence against people who worked for the former government. The Taliban has been pushing for international recognition of its government. So far, no country has recognized the regime.

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