At least 21 people died and as many as 90 people were injured after a suicide truck bombing in Afghanistan on Friday.
Paris has honoured Ahmad Shah Massoud with a plaque that recognises him as a hero of Afghanistan.
At least eight people are dead and over 30 wounded after shells were fired from two cars in a mortar attack in the Afghan capital.
A spokesman for the US Forces in Afghanistan detailed the strike on Wednesday,
The Taliban ruled Afghanistan between 1996 and 2001 and enforced a regime that gave women virtually no rights, banning them from travelling, working, and getting an education.
If all goes to plan a peace accord is due to be signed at the end of the week in Qatar where the Taliban have a political office.
Trump met Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and addressed U.S. troops, telling them that America was “substantially” reducing its military presence in the country.
US President Donald Trump tweeted that he was calling off talks with Afghanistan on Saturday night.
The explosion came as a senior U.S. diplomat was visiting Kabul to brief Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on a draft peace accord reached with the insurgents that could see thousands of U.S. troops withdrawn from Afghanistan.
In the first half of the year, foreign and government forces killed 717 civilians, while anti-government elements (including Taliban) caused 531 deaths, the UN said.
With a growing number of attacks and civilian casualties. The conflict in Afghanistan is intensifying even 18 years after U.S. intervention. But what is the humanitarian cost?
A Taliban attack on a government security compound in central Afghanistan on Sunday killed at least eight security personnel, six civilians and wounded more than 180, officials said, as rival Afghan groups met in Qatar to discuss peace.
Acting U.S. Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan stands behind strong NATO after unease following his predecessor's resignation.
A new effort to end the war in Afghanistan is set to begin on February 25 with talks scheduled between the US and the Taliban
Taliban militants have told people not to take part in what they consider a foreign-imposed process and warning election centres may be attacked.
Jalaluddin Haqqani founded the Haqqani network, one of the most powerful groups in the Afghan insurgency, in the 1970s.