There’s a hint of the Banksy polemic about a painting on the wall outside Ahmad Farhan Kaihan’s shop in Faizabad. It shows an artist breaking through a brick barrier, two brushes grasped in... Read more
Undercover Taliban agents—often clean-shaven, dressed in jeans and sporting sunglasses—spent years infiltrating Afghan government ministries, universities, businesses and aid organiza... Read more
Afghan farmer Niamatullah survived nearly two decades of conflict, growing beans, wheat and corn in Helmand province as war raged around him. When he finally decided to uproot his family and... Read more
Elsam Mohamed The Iranian authorities are communicating with the Taliban movement in Afghanistan despite not recognizing its government. Mohammad Sadeq Motamedian, governor of Iran... Read more
In the chaos of the American military withdrawal and the Taliban takeover this summer, thousands of American-made weapons and tons of military equipment were seized by the militants as gover... Read more
Mohamed Yosry Despite the Taliban’s attempts since its takeover of Kabul to make it appear that security matters are under its control, especially after tightening its grip on the province o... Read more
Before he took over security at Afghanistan’s only five-star hotel, Mutasim Bila was part of a Taliban unit that ran a secret school for suicide bombers. His WhatsApp profile proclaims: “Sui... Read more
An investigation has been opened into a data breach involving the email addresses of dozens of Afghan interpreters who worked for British troops. The Ministry of Defence has been accused of... Read more
Mohamed Youssri There are strong historical and intellectual relations between the Muslim Brotherhood and the Taliban, even before the Afghan movement’s inception. These relations date... Read more
Helmand, the main opium cultivating province in Afghanistan, has no plans to stop growing the crop that supplies most of Europe’s heroin, even though the Taliban promised to outlaw it. Abdul... Read more
For years, Pakistan has been accused of secretly backing Taliban insurgents in next-door Afghanistan. Now leaders here, reluctant to criticize the new Afghan rulers, find themselves facing p... Read more
The US military has admitted that a drone strike in Kabul last month killed 10 Afghan civilians, rather than the Islamic State fighters it was meant to target. The admission marked a severe... Read more
The Dutch defence minister has became the second cabinet member to resign over the Afghan evacuation debacle. Ank Bijleveld resigned on Friday, following the foreign minister, Sigrid Kaag, o... Read more
As Taliban fighters cradling trophy assault rifles crowded a police headquarters base here, the new boss explained the new rules. Former policemen and other government servants of the fallen... Read more
The United Nations said Monday that it obtained $1 billion in pledges of fresh funds to stave off a humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, after receiving a written assurance by the Taliban aut... Read more
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