Taliban fighters take a ride on bumper cars at amusement park in Kabul

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Taliban fighters take a ride on bumper cars at amusement park in Kabul” – below is their description.

Taliban fighters have been seen enjoying a day out at an amusement park in Kabul. They rode on bumper cars, roller coasters and even had a go at shooting in the arcade. The hardline Islamic group has been showing a more conciliatory face compared to its last rule more than 20 years ago, when it banned television, most music, video games and other cultural activities.

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