The Afghan Taliban released a video documenting its nighttime operations recorded with night vision equipment.
The Afghan Taliban released a video focusing on the daily life of fighters at the Abu Obaidah bin Jarrah training camp and their military drills and exercises there.
The Afghan Taliban claimed shooting down an Afghan military helicopter by RPG fire in Farah province and provided a video of the wreckage.
The Afghan Taliban released a video documenting its purging Darzab district in Jowzjan, a province in northern Afghanistan, from Islamic State (IS) fighters.
The Afghan Taliban released a video focusing on fighter training at multiple camps in Afghanistan.
The Afghan Taliban addressed Afghan militants, police, and employees working with U.S. forces in Kabul, offering them amnesty in return for their surrender.
The Afghan Taliban released a video of fighters training at its "Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddiq Camp".
The Afghan Taliban released a video on the January 20, 2018, suicide raid at the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan.
The Afghan Taliban provided details of a four-man suicide raid it carried out on the Boldak Security headquarters in Kandahar, where it claimed killing and wounding hundreds.
The Afghan Taliban reported killing and wounding U.S. and “enemy” forces in three attacks within the country’s Farah and Laghman provinces.
The Afghan Taliban released a video showing military training and an operation from its “Abu Bakr Siddiq” camp.
The Afghan Taliban justified its suicide bombing on the Ministry of Interior in Kabul, reassuring civilians that military forces were the sole targets of the attack.
The Afghan Taliban claimed a suicide bombing “near the old interior ministry building,” in the capital city of Kabul, reportedly resulting in 246 military casualties, including officers.
The Afghan Taliban released photos showing dozens of graduates from two training camps located in Maiden Wardak and Faryab, Afghanistan.
The Afghan Taliban released a video showing the military training of fighters from the “Umari Martyrdom Battalion” camp.
The Afghan Taliban released a visual interview with an individual identifying himself as the former deputy leader of the Islamic State's (IS) Khorasan Province, who defected to the group and attacked the IS division for criminality and not having a future in Afghanistan.
The Afghan Taliban released a video focusing on suicide attacks, including the August 2014 six-man suicide raid at the National Directorate of Security (NDS) in Jalalabad, and the August 2016 suicide bombing on a U.S. convoy, also in the capital of Nangarhar province.
The Afghan Taliban claimed to have shot down an American unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) being used “to gather surveillance on Mujahideen fighters” in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province.
The Afghan Taliban published a full report on its suicide raid at the Shorab airbase in Helmand province of southern Afghanistan, and provided the full video of the participating fighters.
The Afghan Taliban released a video focusing on nine of its suicide attacks in Afghanistan’s Helmand province in 2013-2014, including the May 13, 2013, five-man suicide raid at a foreign military base in Musa Qala district.
The Afghan Taliban released a video showing the transfer of Bowe Bergdahl, the American soldier it held captive since June 2009, in Afghanistan’s Khost province.