Rising unemployment and poverty have paved the way for ISIS recruiters in recent months to accelerate their efforts in the country, experts say.
Funds that Iran receives from China's purchase of its oil are likely being funneled toward weapons for Tehran's proxy groups.
Baloch separatists are crossing the border from Iran to launch attacks against Pakistani security forces, the Interior Ministry warned.
Herat residents praised Ukrainians' resistance in the face of Russian invasion on the 43rd anniversary of their uprising against the then-Soviet-backed government in Afghanistan.
Increasingly isolated, Moscow has asked its fickle ally for military, economic and political support. Unwilling to publicly back a global pariah, Beijing has equivocated.
The suicide bomber who attacked a Shia mosque in Peshawar last week was trained in Afghanistan, amplifying the threat of terrorism after the fall of the previous Afghan government.
For Afghans who remember the Soviet occupation of their country, Russia's invasion of Ukraine has striking similarities, and many see it ending in the same fashion.
Military analysts have drawn key parallels between Russia's invasion of Ukraine and the events of 40 years ago when Moscow suffered a costly, humiliating loss.
Evidence suggests Russia has suffered significant losses during the first few days of its illegal invasion of Ukraine, and more lethal military aid is en route to bolster Ukraine's resistance.
China appears to be using the example of Ukraine to bolster its plans to invade and occupy Taiwan, the independent island country that Beijing has vowed to seize by force one day.