The Taliban returned to power in August last year, routing government forces as the US-led military ended a 20-year occupation.
The country will be governed by ruling council that would be answerable to the supreme leader Haibatullah Akhundzada.
The 'War on Terror' has taken the lives of hundreds of thousands of innocent people globally, while its most wanted targets hide in plain sight of those waging the war. What does that say about the war?
New book by Dutch journalist Bette Dam claims "US, and almost everyone else, had it wrong" and that "the Pentagon and the CIA knew little about Mullah Mohammad Omar [Taliban founder]."
The negotiations between the US and the Taliban in order to end a 17-year-long war hinge on some difficult compromises.
Every major stakeholder in Afghanistan is now open to talking to the Taliban. But who exactly is 'the Taliban'?
The visit has stirred speculation that peace talks between Pakistan and Afghanistan Taliban may be revived.
Eyewitnesses said the powerful bombing left a huge crater outside the police training centre.
Explosions, gunshots heard in Afghan capital Kabul following US Secretary of State John Kerry's official visit
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