Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid says step is inadequate.
Taliban say they have yet to verify if those released are on list they handed over to Washington during negotiations.
"The release of prisoners is being delayed under one pretext or the other," says Taliban spokesman.
"It is time women start playing their role as peace builders,” says lawmaker Fawzia Koofi.
Afghan officials, militants’ representatives hold face-to-face talks.
Progress is being made, says US State Secretary Mike Pompeo.
Militants have not claimed responsibility for strikes.
Team was supposed to be unveiled weeks ago, with “intra-Afghan” talks with Taliban meant to start on March 10 in Oslo.
Pakistan condemns attack.
The US state secretary has indicated that the aid cuts could be cancelled if Ghani and Abdullah come to an agreement.
The visit came just a day after the Afghan government and Taliban held their first discussion on prisoner exchanges.
Delay in starting intra-Afghan talks increases the risk of the Doha peace plan being derailed.
The call comes as Afghanistan confirms 22 cases and fears arise over return of thousands of Afghans from Iran.
Despite an improved scenario, will an intra-Afghan dialogue commence with a ceasefire and be concluded within 100 days?
Ghani recently announced authorities would free 1,500 militants as a “gesture of goodwill” before negotiations begin.
Gen Kenneth McKenzie hopes Taliban will fulfil commitments.
“Collaborative approach and patience can help overcome all challenges," says Chief of Army Staff Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa.
US military says it has begun its “conditions-based reduction of forces to 8,600 over 135 days.”
Document is signed by the European Union, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, the United Kingdom, the UN and the US.
PM Imran greets Ghani, looks forward to working with him.
Ghani's remarks come after taking oath as president for another five-year term.
US special envoy Zalmay Khalilzad has been holding talks with Ghani and Abdullah to arrive at a solution.
The split in Kabul permits for no united front.
Provincial council member, two bodyguards killed in Kabul.
Taliban vow to restore ‘Islamic’ govt that existed before US forces toppled their rule.
"They have no intention of abiding by their agreement," says one official.
Trump says the Afghan government’s ability to defend itself from the guerrillas after US forces pull out was unknown.
Distancing themselves from TTP groups would be a challenge for the Afghan Taliban.
"The upsurge in violence in parts of Afghanistan over the last couple days is unacceptable," says Pompeo.
The ruling paves the way for a full-blown probe, including looking into possible atrocities committed by US forces.