Female staff say they had been trying to return to work at ministry for weeks since Taliban takeover last month
Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani met Taliban government's PM, other senior officials on Sunday
NYK investigation reveals there was no evidence of a second explosion as claimed by US officials
National carrier will be the first foreign commercial airline to resume flights to Kabul after Taliban takeover
Afghanistan’s new rulers pledge that there would be no arbitrary punishments
Singers highlight the musical connection between Pakistan, Afghanistan and India with their collaborative effort.
'We hope the new Afghanistan authorities will listen broadly to people of all races and faction'
The gunfire drew a rebuke from Taliban spokesman, Zabihullah Mujahid
Gen Hameed, Taliban leaders to discuss border security, transit facility
Mujahid says fighters entered valley through unconventional routes; opposition deny claim
Spokesperson condemns the US for failing to inform the Taliban before ordering the strike
Flights to end on Tuesday, more than 120,000 people evacuated
11 service members were among 13 US troops killed in Islamic State suicide attack on Thursday outside Kabul's airport
The US officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, say strike targeted suspected ISIS-K militants
Under a deal with the US, Taliban have said they will allow foreigners and Afghans who wish to leave to fly out
100 people reported dead in the Daesh claimed terrorist bombings outside Kabul’s airport and near a hotel
Women will face no impediment to performing duties from the Islamic Emirate, says spokesperson
Danish diplomat expresses 'sincere and heartfelt appreciation' on behalf of his government
WFP chief thanks Pakistan for repairing aircraft returning from Kabul; hopes to build airbridge between Isl and Kabul
Amid Western troops' scurry to evacuate as many people as possible before an Aug 31 deadline
Afghan Taliban entered Kabul in order to prevent lawlessness and anarchy, says ambassador Mansoor Ali Khan
Oxford graduate Ahmad Saadat was spotted on streets of Leipzig in orange-coloured clothes with a bag hung on his back
Taliban say there will be no extra time to continue evacuations
Taliban spokesperson says Salang Pass was open and enemy forces were blockaded in the Panjshir valley
Move highlights difficulty Washington is having in carrying out evacuations following Taliban's swift takeover
Banned on Facebook and YouTube, Taliban have an active presence on Twitter
Thousands of people, desperate to flee the war-torn country, continue to throng the airport
Ambassador Akram says national carrier operating three flights a day; can evacuate at least 500 to 600 people each day
The moment, filmed and shared on social media, captures the sense of desperation among many Afghans
Netherlands says its first evacuation flight returned empty as US troops blocked people from entering airport
Many have taken notice of the humanitarian crisis in the country and are devastated by its new regime.
The insurgents mixed threats and lure with propaganda and psychological warfare as they took city after city
Fellow Gulf state Qatar says it is seeking a peaceful transition in Afghanistan
We are working closely with all the relevant authorities to ensure the safe operation, says airline spokesperson
Insurgents spokesperson says group would protect the rights of women, as well as freedoms for media workers, diplomats
Taliban have taken more than a quarter of Afghanistan's 34 provincial capitals in less than a week
Some provincial governors asked forces to surrender in order to avoid bloodshed as defeat inevitable, say US officials
Britain, Germany, Denmark and Spain have announced the withdrawal of personnel from their respective embassies
Biden administration says it will still equip Afghan military that appears on the verge of collapse.
Turkey offers to deploy troops at Kabul airport after NATO withdraws
US citizens asked to 'immediately' avail commercial flights, govt offers repatriation loan
UN 'deeply concerned about safety of tens of thousands of people trapped in the city'
'Issues related to the security of both countries, peace process discussed'