The British Army paid compensation to the relatives of 64 children killed over nine years of military action in Afghanistan, according to the publication of a new investigation on Wednesday.
This week, Taliban sources reportedly told Al Jazeera that the US has agreed not to fund non-state actors in Afghanistan. The commitment was reportedly made when top US officials met with the Taliban on Oct. 8 in Qatar.
On Wednesday, a Taliban-appointed spokesman said that a bombing in a mosque on the grounds of Afghanistan's Ministry of Interior compound in Kabul claimed the lives of at least four worshippers and injured another 25.
At least 19 people were killed and nearly 30 others wounded in a suicide attack on an education center in the Afghan capital Kabul on Friday, with most victims believed to be female students.
On Wednesday, a Taliban-appointed spokesman to the Ministry of Commerce and Industry confirmed that Kabul signed an agreement with Russia to import key commodities "within days or weeks," including fuel and wheat, at a "special discount."
On Friday, at least 7 people were killed and 41 wounded after a car bomb exploded near the Wazir Khan mosque in Kabul. The area was formerly the city’s “Green Zone” - containing foreign embassies and NATO - but is now under Taliban control.
The UN said on Sunday that it is increasingly concerned about the exclusion of Afghan girls from high school, which it condemned as "shameful," and called for the Taliban to reopen said schools.