Tower Hamlets GP Care Group, based in a borough with the highest rates of child poverty in the capital, tweeted an advert for its vaccination clinic for people without documents, temporary migrants, asylum seekers and homeless people.
The flag-lowering ceremony on Friday was interpreted by some as signalling an end to NATO’s “Resolute Support” mission to train and advise Afghan security forces, prompting its cancellation hours before it was due to begin.
The State Department announced Friday that Blinken will spend a week in Europe, a trip set to begin with participation in an international conference on Libya, and including talks with the leaders of Germany and France.
Abdullah Abdullah, head of the Afghanistan's National Reconciliation Council, expressed fears that the Taliban will carry on fighting instead of entering a political settlement with the Kabul administration after US and NATO troops leave.
The lawyer for the former IS bride, who is challenging a decision to revoke her British citizenship on national security grounds, claimed Begum was "a child trafficked to Syria for the purposes of sexual exploitation and forced marriage".
Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan called the early election in the hopes of renewing his mandate after a humiliating military defeat to Azerbaijan last year but is in a tight race with his main rival, former leader Robert Kocharyan.
Authorities in Lithuania received a letter this week from 12 Afghan translators and interpreters who said they worked with its troops in Afghanistan until 2013, and that their request for asylum was now "a matter of life and death".