Taliban angry at fighters’ Eid ceasefire selfies

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Sarah Zaman in “View 360” covered these topics;
• Taliban fighters have raised the ire of their leaders after taking selfies with Afghan soldiers and government officials during a three-day ceasefire.
The Islamic militants face disciplinary action for fraternising with regime troops and citizens during a temporary stop in hostilities to mark the end of Ramadan and the Eid al-Fitr holiday.
• Critics of the Trump administration’s separating of families illegally crossing the U.S. border with Mexico have characterized the practice as a distinctly cruel feature of Donald Trump’s presidency.
But some Republican commentators argue the policy is essentially a continuation of previous administrations.
• After the establishment of first transgender school in Lahore, an old-age home has also been founded in the city for the transgender community. The old-age home will provide free medical facilities with accommodation to transgender persons.