Taliban Take Over Afghanistan Government in Kabul

 Taliban leaders marched into Kabul  as they take full control of Afghanistan, 20 years after they were removed by the U.S. military.


The militant group said it’s occupied the presidential palace, and plans to soon declare a new “Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan.” Hours earlier, American-backed President Ashraf Ghani fled the country.


Two Taliban officials told Reuters on Sunday there would be no transitional government in Afghanistan and that the group expects a complete handover of power.


President Ashraf Ghani left Afghanistan after Taliban fighters entered the capital Kabul earlier on Sunday, capping their return to power two decades after being forced out by U.S.-led forces.


The Government's acting interior minister, Abdul Sattar Mirzakawal, had said that power would be handed over to a transitional administration.








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