Taliban’s secret operatives, embedded in governmental organizations, played a key role in helping the group lay siege to Kabul after the hasty US withdrawal from the war-torn country in August, reveals a report.
The Taliban say their government will "not interfere" in other countries' internal affairs, calling on international organizations to resume providing Afghanistan with much-needed aid.
The United States says it will resume talks with the Taliban next week in Qatar’s capital, Doha.
A top Red Cross official has warned that economic sanctions against Afghanistan are depriving millions across the crisis-wracked country of the basics they need to survive, voicing fury over the massive man-made suffering.
The Taliban government in Afghanistan says it has begun paying the overdue salaries of all government employees who have not been paid since the group’s takeover of the country in August.
The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) warns about a looming humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, as the United States refuses to release billions of dollars’ worth of Afghan assets.
On the last day of his stay in the Afghan capital, Kabul, Iran’s special envoy to Afghanistan Hassan Kazemi Qomi held separate meetings with a number of Taliban officials on mutual ties.
The United Nations' special envoy for Afghanistan has warned that members of the Takfiri Daesh terrorist group now seem to be present in all provinces of Afghanistan.
Iran’s special representative for Afghanistan made it clear that under no circumstances will the Islamic Republic abandon the Afghan people.
Iran’s special representative for Afghanistan says the United States has withdrawn from Afghanistan, but has left terrorist groups such as Daesh to continue its role in the region, including in the Central Asian country.