The viral video has its origins on an Afghan parkour athlete's YouTube channel.
"Lord" Miles Routledge, a self-proclaimed "war tourist" from the U.K., was freed from Taliban captivity along with three other individuals.
As fears grow Afghanistan’s opium trade is the only barrier to a global opioid death epidemic, experts tell VICE News “there are no good options.”
The Ministry for the Propagation of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice set fire to guitars, harmonicas, and speakers in the western province of Herat.
Tensions are escalating between Tehran and Kabul, and the Taliban has a lot of Western equipment ready for the fight.
The man who planned the bombing attack in which 183 people died during the chaotic international withdrawal from Afghanistan has been killed, according to the US.
Before his capture by the Taliban, the "danger tourist" was complaining about the soy in his food while boarding a flight to Afghanistan.
The self-styled dark tourist has been seen in his videos joining a Taliban parade and firing guns with militants.
Matiullah Wesa was detained by the Islamists after tweeting that Afghans want their daughters to be educated. The UN says his arrest is “alarming”.