Taliban Struggles With ISIS-K Insurgency Two Months After Takeover

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The Taliban is struggling to combat an ISIS-K insurgency in Afghanistan merely two months after the group took over the country, the Financial Times reported.

ISIS-K launched a series of suicide bomb attacks and assaulted numerous Taliban convoys in the aftermath of U.S. troops leaving Afghanistan, the Financial Times reported. Hundreds have been killed, with analysts warning that the violence will continue as ISIS-K tests the Taliban’s control of the country.

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