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7 Sep, 2021 20:12

Taliban invites select countries to ‘formation event’; thousands take to streets

Thousands of anti-Taliban protesters took to the streets in Kabul in the midst of the Taliban announcing the formation of its new government; Afghan women joining with anti-Pakistan demonstrators to rebel against Taliban rule. The Taliban gave an early glimpse of its foreign policy after inviting Russia, China, Turkey, Iran, Pakistan and Qatar to attend a government formation event. RT America’s John Huddy has the latest. (1:15) Then, former Pentagon official Michael Maloof weighs in. (5:04) The BBC has admitted to flaws in the coverage of its reporting on the alleged chemical attack in Douma, Syria in 2018. RT’s Shadia-Edwards Dashti has the details. (12:30) Former UK MP George Galloway shares his perspective. (15:47)