At least 50 people have died and more than 100 have been injured in the May 8 bombings, though an expert at the U.S. Institute of Peace said those numbers are likely to tick higher.
Hours after the Taliban announced a cease-fire, 11 bus passengers died and at least 24 were wounded in a roadside bombing.
As the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan commences, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin acknowledged that Afghans will face a significant challenge in keeping the Taliban at bay without U.S. troops.
A former television presenter for Afghanistan's Tolonews was shot to death by gunmen a day after the Taliban threatened Afghan journalists closely aligned with security agencies backed by the U.S.
At least 2,500 U.S. troops are deployed as part of the 9,600-strong NATO Afghan mission. President Joe Biden wants to withdraw them all by September 11.
Women's rights advocates have criticized the United States' plan to withdraw troops from Afghanistan without securing assurances from the Taliban about protections for women.
Two-thirds of the Afghan population is 25 or younger, and while the nation remains one of the worst for women's rights, it is a far cry from the brutal 1990s-era Sharia law enforced by the Taliban.
The former secretary of state simply said she believes Biden "made the decision that he thought was the right decision."
We need to be actively involved in contributing to a peaceful future and that means significantly increasing the refugee quota for Afghanistan, doubling down on diplomatic engagement and committing financial assistance to the Afghan people.
General Mark Milley said the departure of U.S. and coalition forces will test the Afghan government's resolve in unpredictable ways.
U.S. troops will fully depart from Afghanistan before September 11 following a decision by President Joe Biden.
"I've never been more worried than I am now about the world at large," the Republican senator said.
Secularists can hope that real change with the Taliban will proceed rapidly, with them reducing their rigid ideology to work in sync with the rest of Afghanistan's political establishment.
"We are leaving in 2014," Biden promised during a 2012 vice presidential debate.
President Joe Biden should respect the wishes of Americans and Afghans alike and end U.S. military intervention in Afghanistan by May 1.
Our troops' accomplishments have been squandered as American leaders failed to deliver a realistic vision for how to successfully end the war.
The Taliban warned the Biden administration—the fourth since the start of the war in 2001—it will be in "violation" of the Trump-led withdrawal if U.S. troops don't leave by May 1.
Afghans should support the current U.S. peace plan.
After the president canceled permits for the Keystone XL pipeline claims swirled alleging his administration's involvement in the central Asian pipeline project.
The Taliban have been on a relentless and sleek campaign to cast themselves as legitimate political players and peace partners in Afghanistan.
The alliance condemned violence "especially driven by Taliban attacks" as risking the talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban.
The U.S. and Taliban signed a peace deal in February that has already seen thousands of American soldiers return home, but a full inter-Afghan agreement remains elusive.
Many Trump critics on social media have said that the president is supported by the two violent extremist groups.
On Thursday Trump surprised many by saying troops should be out by Christmas, a plan military officials described as "ridiculous."
The Doha agreement struck in February between the Taliban and the U.S. was intended to allow the drawdown of foreign forces by May 2021.
United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the military is on track to completely withdraw all troops from Afghanistan by spring 2021.