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HIGHLIGHTS :

  • The Taliban entered Kabul on Sunday and captured the presidential palace.
  • Taliban leaders are discussing future government plans in Doha.
  • Panic has spread among citizens in the capital of Afghanistan.
  • US and Taliban representatives have reportedly reached a final settlement and are working out its modalities
  • President Ashraf Ghani’s administration has been kept out of the negotiation process by the Taliban

The Taliban entered Kabul on Sunday and captured the presidential palace.

Twitter has decided to continue with its rules in Afghanistan. Amid the rapidly evolving security situation in the country, social media giant Twitter on Tuesday said it will continue to enforce its rules on content related to the war-torn country of Afghanistan and will review posts that incite violence. and violate their rules.

Violence in Afghanistan intensified after US and NATO troops withdrew in May. On Sunday, the Taliban entered Kabul, completing their occupation of the country and toppling the civilian government.

A Twitter spokesperson said,

“The situation in Afghanistan is developing rapidly. We are also seeing people in the country using Twitter to seek help and support. Twitter’s top priority is to keep people safe and we remain vigilant. live.”

Taliban leaders are discussing future government plans in Doha.

Twitter said that it will not allow the promotion of violence, platform manipulation, and spam.
“We will continue to actively enforce our rules and review content that violates the Twitter Rules, in particular policies against the promotion of violence, platform manipulation, and spam,” a Twitter spokesperson said.

The Taliban entered Kabul on Sunday and captured the Rashtrapati Bhavan. According to a media report, Taliban leaders are discussing future government plans in Doha after gaining control of Kabul.

Panic has spread among citizens in the capital of Afghanistan.

Panic grips the capital of Afghanistan as people fear the return of the brutal Taliban regime and the threat of retaliatory killings. Thousands of Afghans flocked around a departing US military plane on Monday morning as it rolled down the runway.

The Taliban are considering announcing a ceasefire during next week’s Eid holiday, despite heavy fighting seen over recent days in the central Afghan city of Ghazni, two senior Taliban officials said.

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