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Afghanistan : Kabul to shift power to ‘transitional administration’ after Taliban enter city (Video)

The Taliban are poised to take control of Kabul with insurgents appearing to have met little or no resistance entering the Afghan capital.

Multiple columns of smoke over US embassy Kabul. Staff burning sensitive documents on the way out. Blackhawks and Chinooks doing the rounds between the embassy and the airport. Taliban taking the surrounding areas to tighten the siege.

Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar

Leader of Taliban, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar has entered the presidential palace of Afghanistan Ghani will resign & Baradar will become president of the Afghanistan.

Kabul has experienced a busy day as American forces take its citizens from the city which is about to fall at the hands of the Taliban. Residents were also fleeing after the Taliban surrounded the city

 

Russia does NOT plan to evacuate its Kabul embassy

 

 

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