"We should positively view the timely development of bilateral and multilateral dialogues and cooperation with Afghanistan on fighting terrorism," China's top diplomat said.
"You have to ask, and we've been asking this a lot in the committee I chair, were these goals realistic that we had at the time?" John Manza said.
The nation's airlines and U.S. citizens work together to donate credit card points to provide flights for Afghan refugees.
The deceased included 11 U.S. Marines, one U.S. Army soldier, and one U.S. Navy sailor.
The program marks a major shift in U.S. refugee policy and will serve as an addition to typical resettlement processes overseen by national agencies.
"The first thing that should be done and it can be done quickly, is FINISH THE WALL," the former president said in a statement.
"As a superpower, the United States has a major responsibility and should be held accountable," Fawzia Koofi said.
The Russian president told a forum in Sochi that the U.S. should still take responsibility for its military withdrawal.
"As a neighboring country, China is certainly concerned about Afghanistan's counter-terrorism," Shanghai International Studies University's Fan Hongda told Newsweek.
Defense ministers for NATO discussed lessons and future policy following the end of the U.S.' 20-year military mission in Afghanistan.
Members of the political delegation from the Afghan Taliban's movement attended talks in Moscow on Wednesday.
At a gathering with the families, the Taliban's acting interior minister commended the sacrifices made by "martyrs and fedayeen" in the suicide bombings.
"When Afghanistan is falling, guess what? You have President Biden who is in Delaware not solving that problem," former president Donald Trump's son said.
Zalmay Khalilzad was appointed Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation under the administration of former President Donald Trump in 2018.
The 22-year-old had created a process that would allow ISIS to disseminate propaganda in an easier manner.
Iran said it's "confident that our Muslim brothers and sisters in Afghanistan will foil the divisive schemes of their enemies through solidarity."
Attorney said it's "preposterous" for the man to be charged with murder in the deaths of "American soldiers fighting in a war commenced by the United States."
The maximum penalty Scheller could have been issued was a forfeiture of two-thirds of his monthly pay for 12 months and a letter of reprimand.
"This is me accepting accountability. But it deeply pains me that my senior leaders are incapable of being as courageous," Scheller told the judge.
President Vladimir Putin said "the interim government formed by the Taliban regrettably doesn't reflect the entire spectrum of Afghan society."
At least 47 people were killed and 70 wounded after multiple explosions went off inside and outside an Afghanistan mosque during Friday prayers, witnesses said.
On Thursday, Lieutenant Colonel Stuart Scheller plead guilty to all six misdemeanor-level charges during a court-martial hearing.
Pakistan International Airlines spokesman Abdullah Hafeez said "the situation on the ground is not conducive for international flight operations."
Russian foreign affairs spokeswoman Maria Zakharova announced the meeting would also involve representatives from India, Iran, China and Pakistan.
The group said that it plans to help the resettled Afghans in both the short-term and long-term.
"There is no doubt that the malicious hand is behind the ISIS attack," Ahmad Yasir, protocol officer of the Taliban's political office in Qatar, told Newsweek.
The new Taliban government is facing economic and security crises with winter approaching. One former official warned of a "humanitarian catastrophe."
"But the Afghan people should not pay the price of the Taliban's actions," European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said.
Mutlaq bin Majed al-Qahtani pointed to what happened when Al-Qaeda used Afghanistan as a base to plot the September 11 terror attacks on the U.S.