KABUL - Afghanistan's Taliban rulers said on Tuesday (Sept 21) there was no evidence of Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) or Al-Qaeda militants being in the country, days after ISIS claimed responsibility for bomb attacks in the eastern city of Jalalabad.
Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid rejected accusations that Al-Qaeda maintained a presence in Afghanistan and repeated pledges that there would be no attacks on third countries from Afghanistan from militant movements.
"We do not see anyone in Afghanistan who has anything to do with Al-Qaeda," he told a news conference in Kabul.
The Taliban were ousted from power by US-led forces in 2001 for refusing to hand over Al-Qaeda leaders responsible for the Sept 11 attacks.
I stumbled upon a Timeout London article, with a recipe by Eggslut’s London outpost on the brand’s signature Fairfax sandwich, and here’s my attempt at making the iconic breakfast creation that spotlights luscious scrambled eggs between fluffy brioche buns.
Add the creamy eggs onto warmed buns, before adding a dash of sriracha mayo to spice it up.
Having tried the original Fairfax sandwich at the new store (you can check out our review here), I’d say it’s similar but not exactly the real deal.
Otherwise, I’d just head down to Eggslut’s store to get my fix — if and once the queues die down, that is.