Isaczai, ambassador for the government overthrown by the Taliban, was due to speak on Monday.
A photojournalist recalls the Afghans he met, including the leader of a police unit left to fight the Taliban alone.
Shah Mahmood Qureshi discusses his country’s stance on the Taliban’s takeover in Afghanistan.
It is essential Afghanistan’s new Taliban rulers keep their promises, Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said.
Four bodies of suspected kidnappers are displayed in different parts of Herat city ‘to alert all criminals’.
The US is granting two licences allowing various entities to provide humanitarian assistance to the country.
Taliban leader Mullah Nooruddin Turabi says punishments such as ‘cutting off hands’ was necessary for ‘security’.
Pakistan repeats call for the world not to ‘abandon’ Afghanistan following the Taliban’s takeover of that country.
Turkish president says Ankara is willing to work with Taliban if the armed group formed a more encompassing government.
UN refugee agency says at least 35,400 Afghan refugees have arrived in Iran, Pakistan and Tajikistan since January 1.
Sources tell Al Jazeera the discord is real and factionalism could spell trouble for the Afghan people.
Pakistani FM Shah Mahmood Qureshi urges patience on part of the global community in interview with The Associated Press.
Dozens of Ukrainian citizens originally from Afghanistan remain in the war-torn country, despite pleas for evacuation.
Former prisoners return to the now abandoned US-run Bagram jail, which was notorious for enhanced interrogations.