Prince Harry is approaching the 10-year anniversary of a life-changing tour of Afghanistan in which he served as co-pilot gunner on an Apache helicopter.
The Taliban will "likely loosen its restrictions on Al-Qaeda" within the next year or two, a new report warned.
The Taliban's return to power in Afghanistan raised concerns about the rights of women and girls, who had made advances since the end of the group's first rule.
The South Korean multiplayer battle video game PUBG, which is short for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, was also banned.
"Unfortunately, some extremist forces are embarking on racial and ethnic disparities in Afghanistan for their own narrow political objectives," Iran's U.N. mission told Newsweek.
More than 500 veterans and members of military families are calling on Congress to broadly compensate victims of terrorism with confiscated Taliban funds.
Iran's embassy in Kabul "condemns the use of terrorist methods that threaten the security of the Afghan people" at a time when major powers are still grappling with the country's crisis.
"You cannot evacuate 40 million people from a country, you can only evacuate a couple of thousands. And then what will happen to the rest?"
Safi Rauf has been in Taliban captivity since this past December.
"The world right now is more focused on Russian aggressions in Ukraine than on Taliban brutalities in Afghanistan," the Wilson Center told Newsweek.
The United Nations called the banning of two BBC broadcasts "another repressive step against the people of Afghanistan."
Afghanistan reversed its decision to allow girls to return to secondary schools the day they were supposed to reopen.
Female students are required to be taught separately from males and can be instructed only by women teachers.
"I told them that I was really sorry it was taking so long and I was as frustrated as they were, frankly," the official said.
"Human Rights Watch is increasingly concerned that revenge killings condoned by senior Taliban leaders are now becoming the basis for a deliberate policy to seek out and execute targeted former government's security officials and others."
The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan called for solving the crisis in Ukraine through "dialogue and peaceful means."
The Taliban's Al-Hanafi Wardak told Newsweek the group will "be forced to reconsider its foreign policy towards the United States" if Washington doesn't back down.
Biden unfroze $7 billion Afghan assets, half of which could go to families of 9/11 victims. However, the families are divided on where the money should go.
Since August 2021, at least 50 journalists and media workers have been detained or arrested in Afghanistan.
After previously being offered refuge from the Taliban, pregnant reporter Charlotte Bellis has now been allowed to return home to New Zealand.
"When the Taliban offers you—a pregnant, unmarried woman—safe haven, you know your situation is messed up," said Charlotte Bellis.
On Sunday the president said Frerichs must be freed before the Taliban "can expect any consideration of its aspirations for legitimacy."
The Taliban will likely request nearly $10 billion be unfrozen as nearly 23 million Afghans are facing starvation.
""There is no way to get out of Afghanistan after 20 years easily. Not possible, no matter when you did it," Biden said.
Many people lost their jobs or are not receiving wages. It estimated that 700,000 to 900,000 jobs could be lost by June.
Without proper training, the Afghan air force was unable to get the needed qualified personnel, and without contractors, they were unable to maintain aircrafts.
In a statement to Newsweek, the university said it did not align with "such violent groups whose values are so disparate from ours."