The Taliban now Fully Controlling Afghanistan
After announcing their takeover of numerous areas in Panjshir Province, some sources within the Taliban divulged it now controls all parts of Afghanistan.
Reuters has quoted three Taliban sources divulging that the movement has now overtaken all parts of Afghanistan.
One of the Taliban leaders detailed to the agency that the rioters in Panjshir have now been defeated, and the Taliban has overtaken all of Afghanistan.
Earlier today, Taliban spokesperson Hanafi Wardak tweeted that the crucial district of Panjshir has been completely freed of criminal organizations.
After initially announcing that Mullah Baradar would lead the new government, the Taliban announced a delay for technical reasons.
Earlier today, local Afghan sources confirmed that an Emirati airplane has landed at Kabul airport, adding that two military planes would arrive at a later time.
The United Nations has warned that Afghanistan is on the verge of a severe famine, and Pakistan's ambassador to Russia, Shaukat Ali Khan, has stated that unofficial evidence suggests that around four million Afghan refugees have fled their nation to Pakistan.
The top Afghan diplomat stressed that Afghanistan is currently experiencing a tragedy, noting that Pakistan will be the first country to feel the repercussions of this situation.