Kabul: UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet has expressed concern over  civilian casualties and human rights violations in Panjshir region of Afghanistan which was recently captured by Taliban. more
Afghanistan: Video emerges where Taliban insurgents can be seen celebrating with severed head of soldier

Kabul: A barbaric video has emerged where Taliban insurgents could be seen celebrating with the severed head of an Afghan soldier.

Afghanistan Resistance forces leader says ISI chief visiting Kabul to back Taliban's war in Panjshir with weapons

Kabul: As fighting continues to rage in Panjshir, the Resistance forces said Pakistan’s spy agency ISI's chief Lt Gen Faiz Hameed was in Kabul primarily to oversee the Taliban&r ...

China promised to maintain embassy in Kabul, increase humanitarian aid, says Taliban

Beijing/Kabul: China has promised to maintain its embassy in Afghanistan and also increase humanitarian aid to the war-torn country, a Taliban spokesman said Friday, according to media re ...

EU Ministers discuss developments in Afghanistan

The EU Ministers of Home Affairs met recently for an extraordinary Council meeting to discuss developments in Afghanistan, more specifically in relation to potential implications in the a ...

Taliban co-founder Mullah Baradar to head the Afghan govt: Report

Kabul: Taliban co-founder Mullah Baradar will lead a new Afghan government that will be announced soon, sources in the fighter group said, reported media.

UN removes 'Taliban' term, still keeps group in sanctions list

By omitting the word 'Taliban', the United Nations has decided to take a soft stance against Taliban, the insurgent group which overran Afghanistan triggering a mass exodus of Afg ...

Afghan interpreter who once helped save Biden from Taliban, pleads US for evacuation

An Afghan interpreter, who had helped rescue US President Joe Biden in a 2008 Afghan snowstorm, has now made an appeal to save him and his family, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Hope there will not be any further ISIS-K attack in Afghanistan after foreign troops exit: Taliban

Kabul: The Taliban spokesperson has said once the foreign troops exit Afghanistan he hopes the Islamic State will not carry out any attack in the country.

Emmanuel Macron says dialogue with Taliban does not mean its recognition

Paris: French President Emmanuel Macron has said dialogue with Taliban, the hardline Islamist group which overrun Afghanistan, does not mean it is being recognised.