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An event for the film Retrograde
Both films begin in the months before the US withdrawal, as their subjects tried to build a safer and more egalitarian future for Afghanistan. They end with their central characters forced to watch from abroad as the Taliban erase their work.
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North Korea's Kim Jong-un handed promotions to more than 100 officials and scientists for their work on the Hwasong-17 – dubbed the 'monster missile' by analysts and believed to be capable of reaching the US mainland.
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The accounts raise fresh concern about alleged atrocities more than three weeks after the warring parties signed a truce that diplomats and others hoped would bring an end to suffering in Ethiopia's Tigray region.
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The 90-year anniversary of The "Holodomor" falls heavy on Ukraine as its people brace for a hard winter caused by the systematic Russian bombardment of power sources.
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Khan has been demanding early elections since he was ousted as PM last April. He survived an assassination attempt earlier this month.
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The next few weeks could be the worst in China since the early weeks of the pandemic both for the economy and the healthcare system.
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UN rights experts said discriminatory Taliban measures against women in Afghanistan could be ruled as gender persecution under international law.
The arrests happened after hundreds of migrants were rescued from a fishing boat [Getty]
Greek authorities have arrested seven Egyptians suspected of commanding a fishing boat crammed with 500 migrants which had to be rescued earlier this week
Anwar Ibrahim has become prime minister after a long and controversial political career [Getty]
New Malaysian prime minister Anwar Ibrahim has said he will focus on economic issues after his appointment following a closely-fought race
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An attack on a young Muslim woman in the New York subway has heightened safety concerns for residents.