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Qari Baryal was appointed governor of Kabul

Qari Baryal was appointed governor of Kabul

The Taliban on Sunday (November 7) appointed 44 members to key local leadership roles, including provincial governors and police chiefs, as they seek to fortify the new regime against security threats and economic problems. The appointments mark the first large-scale round of leadership selections the group has made since it formed a Cabinet in September, according to Reuters. Reuters reported that the members taking on new roles included Qari Baryal, who will serve as governor of Kabul, and Wali Jan Hamza, who will be Kabul’s police chief.

Filling the leadership roles comes as the Taliban struggle to quell security threats and achieve economic stability. That attack, which included gunfire and two heavy explosions, left at least 25 people dead and more than 50 others injured. The country has also seen an increase in suicide bombings from the Islamic State Khorasan (ISIS-K), a group that operates in Afghanistan.

Afghanistan’s economy also has been in crisis since the Taliban took over the country in August. Last week, the Taliban banned the use of foreign currency in Afghanistan. Filling the leadership roles comes as the Taliban struggle to quell security threats and achieve economic stability.

Afghanistan’s economy also has been in crisis since the Taliban took over the country in August. Last week, the Taliban banned the use of foreign currency in Afghanistan. COP26’s first week saw keynote pledges to end deforestation, phase out coal, and mobilise trillions for green investment. The other reality is outside this PR bubble. The climate deals in cold hard facts. British organizers are pushing to solidify 1.5°C as the summit’s unequivocal temperature target.

There was movement toward that end at COP26 this week.

Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng tweeted: “The end of coal is in sight.”

All told, national signatories to the COP26 coal pledge account for around 13% of global output.

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On October 9, the US and the Taliban held their first in-person talks since the American withdrawal from Afghanistan.

15 but have faced an uphill battle in their promise to restore order and security after decades of war.

Also read: Taliban make new appointments on key govt posts

The Taliban government has appointed new governors for 20 provinces in the country.

Since the Taliban came to power, this is the first wide civilian and military change in the provinces.

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