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Topic - Ahmed Shah
A Northeast D.C. nightclub, shuttered after a man was stabbed there last week, has banned a go-go act because of violence at its shows, according to official reports on the incident.
Barely able to walk even with a cane, Ghulam Rasool says he padlocked his front door, handed over the keys and his three cows to a neighbor, and fled his mountain home in the middle of the night to escape relentless airstrikes from U.S. drones targeting militants in this remote corner of Afghanistan.
Mr. Shah said in a letter to ABRA that "in the past 10 years we have never had an weapon inside of Fur, or any incident like this."
"We will no longer be having the band play at Fur and [are] cancelling the Sunday party," he said, referring to TCB's weekly concert at the club.