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Malala Yousafzai: Taliban’s Nobel laureate upset over Afghan occupation

Own report: Malala Yousafzai expressed deep concern over the Taliban’s entry into Afghanistan and the immediate aftermath of the president’s resignation.

Malala Yousafzai, an activist and Nobel laureate, is a social activist who is deeply concerned about the safety of girls, human rights activists and minorities in Afghanistan.

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Malala is worried about Afghanistan soon after the Taliban entered Afghanistan and President Ashraf Ghani stepped down. He tweeted about it. “It’s very sad to see the Taliban occupy Afghanistan,” he tweeted. I am deeply concerned about the women, minorities and human rights advocates there. My appeal to all the local, regional and world powers is that they all work together for peace in Afghanistan and deliver all kinds of humanitarian aid to the people and refugees of that country.

Taliban leader Mullah Abdul Ghani is likely to be the new Afghan president. This time Malala’s tweet has become a topic of discussion in the world political arena.

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