According to information received from officials of Ariana Afghan Airlines in Afghanistan, the passenger plane of the national airline, Ariana Afghan Airlines, flew with 31 passengers from Kabul’s Hamid Karzai Airport to Mazar Sharif at around 3 p.m. local.
It has been indicated that a domestic flight will also be operated to Herat during the day, while domestic flights will continue on a routine basis from today.
THE KABUL MONEY BAZAR STARTED ITS OPERATIONS IN SEHZADE
In addition, it was reported that the Kabul Shahzade Palace, closed since August 15, when the Taliban seized the capital, began its activities.
With the opening of the Şehzade Palace, known as the Stock Exchange, where the exchange rate in Afghanistan is determined, 1 dollar went from 87 Afghans to 84.
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Şehzade, where there are dozens of exchange offices, is located in the Mandevi district of the city.
OPENING OF PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES
On the other hand, it was reported that private universities in Kabul have also opened their doors. It was reported that a small number of students were attending classes, while state universities were not yet open.
Taliban officials announced that the universities would start operating on September 7.
Women demonstrate for their rights and freedoms in Kabul, Afghanistan
THE TALIBAN FORCES INTERVENE IN THE WOMEN’S MARKET IN THE CITY CENTER
On the other hand, a group of women in Kabul demonstrated for their rights and freedoms, especially the inclusion of women in the new government that will be put in place after the takeover of the country by the Taliban.
Women gathered around the Pul Mahmud Khan junction in Kabul, “Give back our work, we don’t want charity”, “A unisex government is unacceptable”, “The Taliban is a violation of human rights”, “The Taliban , you have no legitimacy without the right women “,” We are courageous, we are determined “chanted” Where are you, the international community? “
The women marched after the press release. Women walking towards the Ministry of Defense, located about 500 meters away, laid flowers in front of the ministry to commemorate the murdered women and recited the Koran.
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The Taliban forces subsequently warned the women marching towards the city center to disperse. When the group did not disperse, they used tear gas and fired into the air. Women and members of the press were beaten. From the intervention, the demonstrators put an end to their protests.