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Afghanistan dispatches: ‘The Taliban have banned live music in hotels’

Jurist 10 Oct 2021
JURIST EXCLUSIVE – Law students and lawyers in Afghanistan are filing reports with JURIST on the situation there after the fall of Kabul to the Taliban. Here, a lawyer in Kabul offers his observations and perspective on recent Taliban restrictions on music in public places ... The Taliban have banned live music in hotels.
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More than 100 Afghans from music school flown out of country

Log Cabin Democrat 06 Oct 2021
BEIRUT — More than 100 students, alumni and faculty members of the Afghanistan National Institute of Music have been flown out of Kabul on their way to Portugal, where the government has agreed to grant them asylum, the institute’s director said Monday ... The last time the Taliban ruled the country, in the late 1990s, they outright banned music.
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When the music's over: Musicians flee Afghanistan, fearing Taliban crackdown

The Jakarta Post 06 Oct 2021
More than 100 music students and teachers have fled Afghanistan in a nail-biting flight from Kabul following the ...
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Over 100 musicians flee Afghanistan, fearing Taliban crackdown

Manila Bulletin 05 Oct 2021
More than 100 music students and teachers have fled Afghanistan in a nail-biting flight from Kabul following the Taliban’s takeover of the country, their institute’s founder and principal told AFP ... “From the moment the Taliban took power in Kabul the discrimination against music and musicians began.
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Over 100 musicians flee Afghanistan, fearing Taliban crackdownWith help from the Qatari embassy in Kabul, ...

Deccan Herald 05 Oct 2021
More than 100 music students and teachers have fled Afghanistan in a nail-biting flight from Kabul following the Taliban's takeover of the country, their institute's founder and principal told AFP ... "From the moment the Taliban took power in Kabul the discrimination against music and musicians began.
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101 musicians flee Afghanistan with Qatar officials' help

The New Arab 05 Oct 2021
More than 100 music students and teachers have fled Afghanistan in a nail-biting flight from Kabul following the Taliban's takeover of the country, their institute's founder and principal told AFP ... "From the moment the Taliban took power in Kabul the discrimination against music and musicians began.
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One hundred musicians flee Afghanistan

Taipei Times 05 Oct 2021
More than 100 music students and ... “From the moment the Taliban took power in Kabul the discrimination against music and musicians began ... For example, at a Taliban rally outside Kabul last weekend, religious music was played ahead of speeches by ministers and senior Taliban figures.
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Band on the Run

Spin 05 Oct 2021
This whole scenario is especially disturbing for transplanted Californian musician Lanny Cordola, who six years ago started The Miraculous Love Kids, a music school for girls in Kabul, Afghanistan ... They didn’t listen to music, as there was no internet access, and Lanny couldn’t take his laptop out in Kabul in fear of losing it.
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Afgahn News

News-Press Now 05 Oct 2021
evacuated about 120,000 people in the chaotic days following the fall of Kabul to the Taliban in August ... More than 100 students, alumni and faculty members of the Afghanistan National Institute of Music have been flown out of Kabul on their way to Portugal, where the government has agreed to grant them asylum, the institute's director said Monday.
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Taliban destroy Islamic State cell in Kabul after deadly mosque attack

Hindustan Times 05 Oct 2021
Kabul resident and ... Meanwhile, more than 100 students, alumni and faculty members of the Afghanistan National Institute of Music have been flown out of Kabul on their way to Portugal, where the government has agreed to grant them asylum, the institute’s director said on Monday.
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Afghans happy bribes are gone

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 05 Oct 2021
KABUL, Afghanistan -- It wasn't 7 a.m ... Separately, more than 100 students, alumni and faculty members of the Afghanistan National Institute of Music have been flown out of Kabul on their way to Portugal, where the government has agreed to grant them asylum, the institute's director said Monday.
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Over 100 musicians flee Afghanistan

The Hindu 05 Oct 2021
More than 100 music students and teachers have fled Afghanistan in a nail-biting flight from Kabul following the Taliban’s takeover of the country, th ....
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Anxious wait for Afghan girls as opening of high schools stalled

Al Jazeera 05 Oct 2021
Fatimah Hossaini, a well-known photographer who taught classes in the fine arts faculty at Kabul University, said she feared for the future of arts programmes under the Taliban. She pointed out that art was the least funded discipline at Kabul University even under the former government of President Ashraf Ghani.
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Afghan music school students flown out, headed to PortugalThe musicians join tens of thousands of ...

Deccan Herald 04 Oct 2021
More than 100 students, alumni and faculty members of the Afghanistan National Institute of Music have been flown out of Kabul on their way to Portugal, where the government has agreed to grant them asylum, the institute's director said Monday ... Thriving Afghan music goes quiet under Taliban ... Music is on at Kabul weddings under the Taliban ... Music.
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Afghan music school students flown out, headed to Portugal

Midland Daily News 04 Oct 2021
BEIRUT (AP) — More than 100 students, alumni and faculty members of the Afghanistan National Institute of Music have been flown out of Kabul on their way to Portugal, where the government has agreed to grant them asylum, the institute's director said Monday ... The last time the Taliban ruled the country, in the late 1990s, they outright banned music.
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