Kabul: The Taliban government of Afghanistan has established a commission to pave the way for the return of the Afghan political leaders who left the country since the insurgents captured power in the South Asian nation last year.
Kabul: The Taliban-led government in Afghanistan has released 40 prisoners in Kandahar.
Kabul: Deputy Prime Minister of Taliban government in Afghanistan, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, has claimed the insurgents had no plan to assassinate ousted Afghan President Ashraf Ghani when they took control over Kabul in mid-August last year.
Moscow: Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has said the official recognition of Afghanistan's Taliban government depends on the progress it makes in fulfilling the promises made by them.
Islamabad: Pakistan's Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman said his outfit will extend political support to the Taliban government in Afghanistan.
Kabul: The Taliban have included 25 new members to its interim Cabinet in Afghanistan, media reports said on Tuesday.
Kabul/UNI: Afghanistan's Interim Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi in a letter to the US Congress has urged for the release of its central bank assets that were frozen by the American government.
Kabul: The Taliban government spokesperson Zabiullah Mujahid has said the international community must recognize the Taliban if they do not want to receive any threat from Afghanistan.
Qatar's Deputy Foreign Minister Lolwah Rashid al-Khater has said the international community should not be in a hurry to recognize the Taliban government of Afghanistan.
Rome: Italian Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio has said it is impossible for his nation to recognize the Taliban government.
Islamabad; Pakistan, which has been solidly backing the Taliban insurgents since the withdrawal of US troops, has formed a formal public contact with the Taliban government of Afghanistan when its envoy Mansoor Ahmed Khan met acting Afghan Foreign Minister Maulvi Amir Khan Mutaqi.
Kabul: A conflict seems to have developed in the Taliban leadership over the make-up of the group's new government in Afghanistan, media reports said.
Kabul: A former female Afghanistan minister has said the Taliban cabinet, which was announced recently by the group, failed to represent both gender and ethnic diversity of Afghanistan.
Kabul: The Shia Ulema Council has asked for the formation of an inclusive government in Afghanistan which will also include Shia Muslims and other minority members to be represented properly.
Islamabad: Afghanistan political leaders, who are currently visiting Pakistan, have opposed what they called “the single-party government” in Afghanistan shortly after the Taliban declared the formation of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, media reports said.