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Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar

Afghanistan’s acting deputy prime minister, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, has denied in a video that he was injured in a clash with a rival Taliban faction.

A short clip posted on Twitter by the Taliban’s political office in Doha showed him sitting on a sofa next to a state television interviewer, apparently reading from a sheet of paper.

“Thank God we have a good relationship and we respect each other,” he said. Our relationship is better than a family.

Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar signed the Doha Agreement on the withdrawal of US troops from the Taliban.

Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar
Taliban’s deputy Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar denied reports of leadership alignment

Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar was the first Taliban leader to speak directly to the US president, and in 2020 he spoke by telephone with Donald Trump. Earlier, they signed the Doha Agreement on the withdrawal of US troops from the Taliban.

The new video comes as senior Taliban officials told the BBC that Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar supporters clashed with a faction loyal to Khalil-ur-Rehman Haqqani – the refugee minister and a key figure in the militant Haqqani Network.

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Sources said the argument broke out because Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar was unhappy with the structure of his interim government.

The line was also allegedly divided over who should take credit for the Taliban’s victory in Afghanistan.

Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar reportedly believes that diplomacy by people like him should be emphasized, while members of the Haqqani network – which is run by a senior Taliban figure – and their supporters Says it was achieved through fighting.

The Haqqani Network has been linked to some of the most violent attacks in Afghanistan against Afghan forces and their Western allies in recent years. The group has been designated a terrorist organization by the United States.

Its leader, Sirajud din Haqqani, is the interior minister in the new government.

Rumors of the fallout have been circulating since last weekend, when Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar – one of the Taliban’s most prominent faces – disappeared from public view. There was speculation on social media that he might be dead.

Taliban sources told the BBC that Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar had left Kabul and traveled to Kandahar City after the queue.

Ahead of the new interview, a Taliban cultural commission official said on Twitter that the interview would be broadcast on state-run RTA TV to disprove “enemy propaganda”.

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The Taliban took control of Afghanistan last month and have since declared the country an “Islamic Emirate.” His new interim cabinet is entirely male and consists of senior Taliban figures, some of whom have been notorious for attacks on US forces for the past two decades.

Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar
Taliban’s deputy Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar denied reports of leadership alignment

Space X| Inspiration4 Amateur astronauts return to Earth after three days

After three days in space, four amateur astronauts have successfully landed in the Atlantic Ocean.

They are the first civilian team to land on the ground.

The Inspiration 4 crew left Florida on Wednesday for the SpaceX Capsule, and landed off the coast of the state after 19:00 (23:00 GMT) local time on Saturday.

Four parachutes slowed down the capsule before landing, where SpaceX boats sped up to retrieve it.

The Inspiration4 team was led by billionaire Jared Isaac Mann, 38, chief executive of e-commerce firm Shift4 Payments Inc., who served as mission “commander.”

He paid an undisclosed amount – estimated by Time Magazine to be around 200 200 million (14 5,145 million) – to fellow billionaire Elon Musk for all four seats in the Crew Dragon.

Mr Isaac Mann was joined by three strangers he had chosen – a geo scientist and former NASA astronaut candidate Sean Proctor, 51 physician assistants and childhood bone cancer survivor Haley Arsenaux, 29, and an aerospace data engineer. Air Force veteran Chris Sambrowski, 42.

“It was a ride for us,” Mr. Isaac Mann radioed shortly after landing. “We’re just getting started.”

This is the third time Elon Musk’s company has taken humans into space and is another milestone in the space tourism market.

“Congratulations @ Inspiration4x !!!” He tweeted after the safe return of the checkpoint.

“Welcome to the second space age,” mission director Todd Erickson said at a press conference. “Space travel has become much more accessible to the average man and woman.”

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The ship’s computer system was controlled by the Dragon Capsule during its voyage, which was monitored by SpaceX teams on the ground.

The Dragon was not scheduled to approach the International Space Station (ISS), instead launching a “free flight” at a target altitude of 575 km (360 miles).

The crew, who received six months of training, circled the ground more than 15 times a day.

During the trip, the experts collected data on the level of oxygen in their blood, sleep, cognitive abilities and other important symptoms in order to study the effects in space.

The trip will raise funds for St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital in Tennessee, where staff member Haley Arsenox was considered a child, and now works.

He plans to auction off all four of the items he took into space, including Yukole.

Along with Musk, the race to sell commercialized space travel has been drawn by billionaire businessmen Sir Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos, both of whom have gone above the Earth’s atmosphere in their spacecraft this year.

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