The policies show a “pattern of absolute gender segregation”, UN human rights observer says during visit to Afghanistan.
“The manner of our withdrawal from Afghanistan was a disaster and a betrayal of our allies," inquiry says.
The airport talks have demonstrated how countries are seeking to assert their influence in Afghanistan.
Points out that fall of border crossings into Pakistan and Iran contributed to collapse of former Afghan government.
“We have some other organisations to carry out activities related to human rights," says govt spokesman.
“We want to live as human beings, not as some animal held captive in a corner of a house,” says a protester.
“They should wear a chadori (head-to-toe burqa) as it is traditional and respectful,” says the decree.
In his message, Haibatullah Akhundzada did not mention international sticking points.
"We still continue our fight and our combat just to play for the Afghanistan people," team captain says.
The first blast occurred at a Shia mosque, while the second targeted a vehicle carrying mechanics working for the Taliban.
Says it is necessary to make appropriate arrangements for girls' education in accordance with Sharia.
The second blast took place as rescuers arrived to ferry victims from the first explosion to hospitals.
Russia recognises Taliban official as charge d’affaires in Moscow.
“We must be accountable for women and girls who suffer most during disasters and emergencies," she said.
“We had finished the prayers and were heading out of the mosque when the blast occurred,” says worshipper Mohammed Yasin.
A spokesperson for the Kabul police says a suspect was arrested at the scene.
Kabul’s Emergency Hospital says one body received at the hospital, 59 people treated.
Crops to be burned, farmers jailed in case of defiance of order.
Russia has labelled the Taliban a “terrorist organisation” but has welcomed their members on numerous occasions for talks.
"A stable Afghanistan serves the common interests of regional countries and the international community," says Xi.
The four projects, worth $600m, have been put on hold amid concerns over the decision to ban girls from returning to schools.
FM Qureshi holds separate meetings with Chinese, Russian, Iranian and Afghan foreign ministers during China visit.
Afghan women cannot participate in the rebuilding of the country that is so urgently required.
Call for synergised efforts to promote female population’s access to education.
Urges Taliban rulers to allow journalists and human rights defenders to operate freely and without fear.
The ministerial meeting will be chaired by China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi.
Sources say the Ministry for the Propagation of Virtue and Prevention of Vice is patrolling the entrances of govt offices.
“We call on the leaders of the Islamic Emirate to open girls’ schools within one week,” activist Halima Nasari says.
Girls, women hold protest in Kabul against school closure.
Afghan diplomatic missions in the United States faced serious financial issues after the US government froze Afghan assets.