Skip to comments.Taliban revoke ban on Red Cross, provide security guarantees
Posted on 09/15/2019 1:30:31 PM PDT by Signalman
13 hrs ago Brown scores in Pats debut, almost wrecks himself after Dem candidates call for Kavanaugh's impeachment KABUL (Reuters) - The Taliban on Sunday revoked their ban on the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in Afghanistan and gave a guarantee of security for its staff doing humanitarian work in areas under their control.
Taliban leaders imposed a ban on the ICRC and the World Health Organization (WHO) in April saying the organizations were carrying out "suspicious" activities during vaccinations campaigns and not sticking to their declared missions.
"The Islamic Emirate restores the former security guarantees to ICRC in Afghanistan and instructs all mujahideen to pave the way for ICRC activities and be mindful of security to this committee's workers and equipment," Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid in a statement.
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No doubt they’ll keep their word right?
Oh boy, I wouldn’t want to be that volunteer
I read the US military has whacked over 1000 Taliban in the first 4 days since peace talks cancelled.
Many Taliban undoubtedly injured need care. Not a surprising move. imo
Wow, how progressive and forward thinking. Could it be they are planning some jew killing and may be expecting some casualties? Think its time to update all the blood and plasma with swine products
Both are controlled and used by the deep state.
Actually these scum will once again use red cross ambulances to transport their fighters.
Who knows whether they will keep their word, but I think President Trump has got them a tad bit worried. They will try to contain their more fanatical soldiers hoping for a dimmocrap victory in 2020, then its back to business as usual.
Is the Red Cross allowed to display...The Cross?
The Red Cross has a scandal-ridden past, and the details are readily available on the Internet.
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