The sanctions aim to 'expose and disrupt' an international network that financed ISIS recruitment, including of children in Syria.
Having endured war for more than 40 years, Afghans relate to the pain and grief Ukrainians are enduing in light of the Russian invasion.
The scale of the killings is still being pieced together, but officials say over 400 bodies have been recovered so far. Russian troops initially refused to allow residents to bury the dead in Bucha.
Russia has a history of deliberate attacks on civilian infrastructure -- including hospitals -- in Syria and now in Ukraine, Amnesty International said.
'Extortion starts the moment we enter Iranian territory,' said Mohammad Moradi, an Afghan truck driver. Iranian authorities' response to complaints: stop coming to Iran.
A Saturday bombing claimed by ISIS-K killed Afghan journalist Hamid Saighani and wounded four other civilians, according to local officials.
The Taliban are trying to compile lists of properties whose owners are no longer in Afghanistan, and many fear the group is planning to seize the houses and apartments soon.
Taliban guarantees of better security are proving to be hollow words, as crime -- including armed robberies, kidnapping and stabbings -- continues to rise.
Afghans say the horrifying event violates human rights principles and Islam, and are demanding the Taliban not turn Afghanistan once again into the 'darkest country in the world'.
NATO and its allies are urging the Taliban to co-operate on countering the threat of extremist groups to avoid further instability in Afghanistan and the region.