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Visit by US secretary of state reflects Berlin’s potential role in dialogue with Kabul
Defendants are accused of involvement in 2015 attacks including rampage at Bataclan theatre
Caretaker cabinet includes men facing UN sanctions for terrorism and interior minister on FBI’s most-wanted list
But western intervention has left countries trapped in despotism, making continued instability likely
Prime minister reveals 311 Afghans who worked with UK troops remain stranded
Neighbouring countries are the most at risk in the short term, but western states should not be complacent
As the world watches Afghanistan, groups such as al-Qaeda are eyeing the Sahel for expansion of its network
With US gone, Islamist group will show its true colours on the vow to form an ‘inclusive’ government
And the fate of the Afghan people will weigh heavily on our collective conscience
Afghanistan’s new rulers wary of outside help at transport hub, Doha’s foreign minister tells the FT
Isis claims responsibility for attack launched days after a suicide bomber killed more than 100 people
Washington holds out recognition of hardline Islamists’ government to protect basic freedoms
Drone rocket destroys vehicle days after suicide attack killed more than 100 as evacuation enters final days
Joe Biden says another attack ‘highly likely’ after US drone strike kills 2 Isis-K members
Retaliation follows warnings another terror attack is ‘likely’ as evacuations continue
Kabul attack shows Afghanistan may once again become a jihadi haven