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Akbar’s volunteer organization works with children who have lost their parents, often from conflict, and with mothers, including some who’ve escaped domestic violence.Women’s rights have an uncertain future in Afghanistan|Jen Kirby|August 24, 2021|Vox
Akbar said the video went viral in the United States and Pakistan, depriving Anwar of “dignity in his own death.”‘You killed a whole family’: Teen sentenced in carjacking that took immigrant’s life|Justin Jouvenal|June 4, 2021|Washington Post
Akbar’s mesmerizing dexterity with language is at its most compelling when he is relentlessly pursuing the truth—a hunt that’s present in every poem in this volume.
Exploring the nuances and contradictions of living in a body and a country that’s often at odds with your soul, Akbar demands both veracity and grace in equal measure.
It was like he was a friend’s friend at Akbar, half drunk and grasping for something easy to laugh over, treading water until his crush came back from the bathroom.Help, I’m Obsessed with Chiropractors on Instagram|Grace Perry|April 21, 2021|Outside Online
Kadyrov told me, “As long as Putin backs me up, I can do everything—Allahu akbar!”
Akbar used his time on the stand to mock Kimberlin some more.
Akbar shared the news with supporters on a Rally.org fundraising page.
Akbar took one last opportunity to stand and tell Kimberlin that he was a pedophile.
Yes, Akbar had put up a website at BomberSuesBloggers.com, and yes, it was to raise funds to defend against Kimberlin.
It was built by Dscheising, under the intelligent Emperor Akbar, more than two centuries since.
It is of red sandstone, has the same wonderful domes, and was built by the Sultan Akbar.
The interior is filled with sarcophagi, in which lie the remains either of relations or favourite ministers of the Sultan Akbar.
The Sultan Akbar is said to have frequently sat upon the top of this tower, occupying himself by shooting birds.
After his defeat Akbar Khan retired in the direction of Cabul, but his troops deserted from him to a man.The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III.|E. Farr and E. H. Nolan