International Olympic Committee announces $560,000 of aid for the winter to athletes left behind in the country.
As Taliban controls neighbouring Afghanistan, Waziristan residents fear return to life under Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan.
A fraction of Afghans who needed help received support and some died at the Taliban’s hands, civil service staffer says.
Taliban allows the National Museum of Afghanistan to reopen, showcasing the country’s ‘rich history’.
Rights groups have criticised Karim Khan’s decision not to investigate US forces and CIA for war crimes.
Qatari, Turkish FMs reiterate strong ties and urge int’l community to engage with Taliban to facilitate aid to Afghans.
Countries denounce reported killings and disappearances of former members of Afghan security forces.
The French president says opening of a joint mission was being considered but ruled out recognising the Taliban rulers.
Urgent action is needed by the international community to prevent catastrophic hunger in Afghanistan.
France and Qatar jointly operated humanitarian mission while also delivering food and winter supplies to Kabul.
Taliban chief in a decree says women should not be considered ‘property’ and must consent to marriage.
Thousands of Afghans, mostly Hazara, are losing hope of resettlement after years of living in limbo.
The United Nations’ humanitarian agency OCHA appeals for a record $41bn to help 183 million people.
Iranian media say Taliban forces opened fire on Iranian farmers, thinking they violated the border.