The Afghan Taliban charged General Joseph Votel, commander of U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM), with "exaggerating" the threat posed to America by the Islamic State's Khorasan Province (ISKP) from Afghanistan.
The Afghan Taliban released a video documenting its nighttime operations recorded with night vision equipment.
The Afghan Taliban clarified the reason behind the delay in its meeting an American delegation in Islamabad, Pakistan.
After identifying the members of its new team for negotiations with the United States, including former Guantanamo inmates, the Afghan Taliban announced the next two rounds of talks, one in Doha and the other in Islamabad.
The Afghan Taliban announced the names of the 14-member team to negotiate with the United States, including the five Guantanamo inmates swapped for captive American soldier Bowe Bergdahl in June 2014, and an imprisoned son of the Haqqani Network founder.
The Afghan Taliban claimed killing 12 American and a "large number" of Afghan soldiers in what it described as a "tactical operation" in Uruzgan province.
The Afghan Taliban published the English transcript of the speech delivered by its delegation at the Moscow conference on Afghanistan, wherein it confirmed negotiations with the U.S. not to allow the country to be "used against others," referring to the harboring of global terrorists and allowing them to operate training camps.
The Afghan Taliban reported that after a 10-day long clash in Sangin, a district in Helmand province in southern Afghanistan, 56 soldiers were killed, including five Americans, and 19 others were wounded.
The Afghan Taliban claimed inflicting 33 casualties among American and Afghan forces in clashes in Ghazni and Herat provinces.
Afghan Taliban spokesman Zabihullah noted "progress" in talks with the United States over foreign troop withdrawal, as the current round of negotiations has come to an end.
The Afghan Taliban announced that it has appointed as its new Political Chief an official who was released from a Pakistani prison in October 2018.
The Afghan Taliban claimed killing three American soldiers and wounding four others amid clashes in Uruzgan.
The Afghan Taliban denied reports from the Afghan government about the death of the mastermind of the January 21, 2019, three-man suicide raid at a National Directorate of Security (NDS) base in Wardak province.
In applauding the recent attacks by al-Qaeda (AQ) affiliates in Kenya, Mali, and Somalia, and that of the Afghan Taliban, a pro-AQ group reminded that strikes in the West are also important and must be undertaken.
Coming a month after its talks in Abu Dhabi with U.S. envoy Zalmay Khalilizad and representatives of Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE, and subsequently threatening to stall negotiations due to U.S. "insincerity," the Afghan Taliban acknowledged that it engaged in dialogue with American representatives in Doha.
The Afghan Taliban claimed killing over 90 Afghan commanders, officers, and troops, and wounding more than 100 others, in a three-man suicide raid at a National Directorate of Security (NDS) base in Wardak province.
The Afghan Taliban reported two attacks on enemy convoys in Faryab province in northern Afghanistan, allegedly inflicting a total of 16 casualties among foreign forces, identified in one instance as Americans.
The Afghan Taliban alleged that the U.S. has been "insincere" in its ongoing negotiations with its Political Office and threatened to stall talks if such behavior continues, especially as it relates to troop withdrawal.
The Afghan Taliban claimed credit for the suicide operation at a foreign intelligence site in the capital of Afghanistan, Kabul, indicating that it involved five fighters and resulted in dozens of casualties.
The Afghan Taliban accused American and Afghan forces with storming a prison in Badghis in which it was holding Islamic State Khorasan Province (ISKP) fighters captive.