No current talks with Taliban, Afghanistan's Massoud says, promising guerrilla warfare
Ahmad Massoud, who operates from overseas, said his NRF had been forced to change tactics because it could not fight the well-equipped Taliban conventionally.
UN says over 200 former Afghan military, officials killed since Taliban takeover
UN says about half of the killings it recorded occurred in the four months after the Taliban took over, as US-backed foreign forces were withdrawing, in August 2021, and 70 were recorded in 2022.
US-Taliban talks focus on economy, human rights, anti-drug trafficking
Most Taliban leaders require UN permission to travel abroad, and Afghanistan's banking sector has been crippled by sanctions since the takeover by the Taliban administration.
Taliban administration officials attend peace forum in Norway
The visit took place amidst a humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan following 20 years of war and as many countries have pulled back on aid after the Taliban stopped Afghan female humanitarian staff from working.
UN meeting seeks ways to press Taliban on women's rights
Since ousting a foreign-backed government in August 2021, the Taliban authorities have imposed an austere sharia law that the UN has labelled 'gender-based apartheid'.
US denies role in Taliban killing of IS plotter
US officials reported the killing late Tuesday, saying the plotter was from Islamic State-Khorasan, the Afghan arm of the jihadist group.
Taliban governor of Afghan province killed in suicide attack
The killing of Mohammad Dawood Muzammil marks one of the highest-level attacks since the Taliban stormed back to power in 2021.
Afghan universities reopen, but women still barred
The university ban is one of several restrictions imposed on women since the Taliban stormed back to power in August 2021, and has sparked global outrage.
Taliban plans to turn former foreign bases into special economic zones
Afghanistan's economy has struggled and aid agencies are warning of a severe humanitarian crisis since the Taliban took over in 2021 as foreign troops withdrew after 20 years of war.
Four killed in Karachi police attack claimed by Pakistan Taliban
A gun battle had raged for hours as security forces went floor-to-floor through an office building in pursuit of the assailants.
Taliban order NGOs to stop women staff from working over 'hijab'
The order threatens to suspend the operating licences of NGOs that failed to implement the directive.
Fix your own problems, netizens tell minister after Taliban comment
Social media users urge Fadhlina Sidek to concentrate on solving Malaysia's problems before looking to the troubles in other countries.