The Afghan Taliban claimed inflicting 23 casualties among American advisors and Afghan soldiers in a suicide bombing in Kabul.
The Afghan Taliban urged its fellow countrymen to break ranks with foreign "invaders" and abandon them in order to compel their military withdrawal from Afghanistan.
The same day it reported an infiltrator fighter killing six soldiers in Helmand province, the Afghan Taliban claimed that 1,106 "Kabul administration workers" joined its ranks in November 2018 and delivered it weapons and military gear.
The Afghan Taliban claimed shooting down a U.S. Chinook helicopter in Kapisa province, killing all of the soldiers onboard, and in a separate message, mourning the death of its "governor" for Helmand in a U.S. airstrike.
The Afghan Taliban denied receiving weapons from Iran and elsewhere, assuring supporters that its arms cache consists of war spoils or weapons from Soviet-Afghan war.
The Afghan Taliban gave a detailed report on the five-man suicide raid at the compound of the UK security contractor G4S in the capital, Kabul, and threatened that similar large-scale operations are currently being planned.
The Afghan Taliban claimed credit for the suicide raid at the compound of UK security contractor G4S in the capital, Kabul.
The Afghan Taliban claimed killing three U.S. soldiers in a bombing in Ghazni and repelling a joint offensive by American and Afghan forces on their positions against the Islamic State's Khorasan Province (ISKP) in Nangarhar.
The Afghan Taliban's Manba al-Jihad Studio released a video on the October 17, 2017, 8-man suicide raid at police and military facilities in Paktia allegedly inflicting 439 casualties total.
The Afghan Taliban condemned the attack at the Uranus Wedding Hall in the capital and accused "Kabul administration intelligence circles" of fabricating a claim of credit.
The Afghan Taliban acknowledged a three-day meeting with a "high-ranking" American delegation in Qatar, calling them "preliminary talks" aimed at reaching a "true solution" to ongoing war in Afghanistan.
The Afghan Taliban claimed killing two American soldiers and wounding a third in attack in neighboring Helmand and Uruzgan provinces.
Responding to the growth in Hazara militias, and the Afghan government authorizing such a group in Bamiyan province, the Afghan Taliban assured that its fighters do not target individuals based on their sect or ethnicity.
Commenting positively on the Moscow conference in which a delegation from its Political Office participated, the Afghan Taliban called it a "positive step towards resolution".
The Afghan Taliban stressed that its attack in the Hazara-majority district of Jaghori in Ghazni province did not target the religious sect but hit only those elements "associated with the Kabul administration".
The Afghan Taliban remarked that the November 3, 2018, insider attack in Kabul in which Utah mayor Brent Taylor was killed is indicative of peaking "anti-occupation sensitivities" among Afghan armed forces.
The Afghan Taliban acknowledged that a delegation from its Political Office will participate in the upcoming Moscow conference.
Lauding the Afghan soldier who killed an American soldier in an insider attack in Kabul, the Afghan Taliban urged members of the Afghan armed forces to follow his example.
Continuing to maintain that its fighters shot down a military helicopter in Farah, the Afghan Taliban declared that it will not deliver the enemy corpses from the crash until the Afghan government delivers the body of the executor of the insider attack at a base in Kandahar.
The Islamic State's Khorasan Province (ISKP) issued a formal communique for the suicide bombing near Pul-e-Charkhi prison in Kabul, Afghanistan.