EU provides Afghanistan with food and medicine assistance.

The Taliban executed the first public execution of a man charged with murder since the terrorist group took over the region last year . The international community responded to the act with ferocious responses and outrage .

Kabul (Afghanistan), December 8 : Afghanistan received a shipment of medicines and humanitarian aid from the European Union (EU) on Thursday, according to Khaama Press, at a time when close to 28 million Afghans are struggling to even heat their homes and provide for their families under the Taliban regime, and the harsh winter adds to the suffering of the nation's average resident.The international community responded to the act with ferocious responses and outrage, according to Khaama Press.According to Voice of America (VOA), Taliban executed the first public execution of a man charged with murder since the terrorist group took over the region last year.The public execution was observed in a sports stadium in western Farah province, according to Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid.

According to a Taliban spokesman, the convicted killer was tried in the Taliban courts and subsequent appellate courts.It was described as a deeply concerning development by OHCHR spokesperson Jeremy Laurence.Moreover, the Taliban sought to return to their regressive and abusive practices of the 1990s, according to spokesperson Ned Price, who slammed the Taliban on Wednesday.That includes public executions; it includes amputations; it includes floggings.

The Taliban took over Afghanistan in August 2021 and enacted legislation severely restricting fundamental rights, particularly those of women and girls.The Taliban also imprisoned, and physically assaulted journalists.

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