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Afghanistan under neo-Taliban rule
Here are the latest developments in Afghanistan following the second takeover of the country by the Taliban militant group on August 15:
Taliban kill head of Afghan government media center
Central Asian leaders warn of chaos as Taliban advance
US says no evidence to justify Israel’s bombing of media building in Gaza
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Monday he has not seen any intelligence from Israel to justify the weekend airstrike that destroyed a high-rise in Gaza City housing the offices of major news outlets, including The Associated Press and Al Jazeera.
Use of social media apps linked to feelings of isolation during COVID-19
According to a recent study led by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore), the use of online messaging and social media apps among Singapore residents has spiked during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Judiciary not after banning any social media platform: Spokesman
Iran’s Judiciary announced on Tuesday that it is not seeking to ban any social media platform.
UK firms urge government to help struggling Eurostar: Media
British business leaders called on the government to rescue Eurostar, reports said, after the firm said it was close to collapse following border closures to contain new COVID-19 strains.
Too much social media time could raise risk of depression
Young adults who spend hours a day on social media are at heightened risk of developing depression in the near future, new research suggests.
Iran, Pakistan discuss expansion of media, cultural ties
In a meeting between the consul general of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Quetta, the capital of Pakistan’s Balochistan, Hassan Darvishvand, and the president of Quetta Press Club, Raza-ur-Rehman, both sides discussed ways to strengthen media and cultural ties.
Japan mulls limited resumption of inbound tourism from spring: Media
Japan’s government is considering the resumption of inbound tourism on a limited basis from the spring as Tokyo prepares to host a delayed summer Olympics, the Asahi newspaper reported on Sunday.
Fajr Film Festival calls for entries
The 39th edition of the Fajr Film Festival (FFF) released a call for filmmakers from around Iran to send their works to the secretariat of the festival.
Know Iran through the Iranian truthful media, documentaries and podcasts
The independent media is one of the most reliable ways to know about a country and get a closer look at its culture and character. Let's take a look deep into the heart of an ancient land as Iran without putting on prejudice or judgement glasses through documentaries and podcasts.
Iran slams ‘ill-wishers’ efforts to disturb Tehran-Baku friendly ties
Iran’s Embassy in Baku in a statement on Wednesday protested to Azeri media over biased reports, saying ill-wishers and enemies are trying to disrupt Tehran-Baku friendly and brotherly relations.

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