Afghanistan: Taliban announce new caretaker government
Taliban's new government: All you need to know about Afghanistan's leaders - New Afghan government
The Taliban have announced an interim government drawn exclusively from their own loyalist ranks, with established hardliners in all key posts and no women. The cabinet is a unique mix: a supreme leader, his fanatic core group, some moderate leaders, and over 70% globally designated terrorists. New Afghan government
Taliban announce formation of government and name acting prime minister
The Taliban have appointed top members to serve as a caretaker Afghan government, naming Mullah Muhammad Hassan Akhund as acting prime minister and Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar as acting deputy prime minister, the group said at a press conference.
Taliban name new Afghan government, interior minister on U.S. sanctions list
The Taliban drew from its inner high echelons to fill top posts in Afghanistan's new government on Tuesday, including an associate of the Islamist militant group's founder as premier and a wanted man on a U.S. terrorism list as interior minister.