The death of the reclusive terrorist leader during a US raid in Syria is the culmination of years of setbacks and losses for the once powerful group.
The explosion killed worshippers as they were peacefully performing Friday prayers in what is another example of the 'unacceptable' level of violence in Afghanistan.
The unanimous resolution shows the international unity supporting the need to secure ISIS detainees in Syria.
The Taliban say they were targeting a police station, but the majority of the victims were children studying at a madrassa nearby.
The new powers to act against financial institutions come as the Iranian regime flouts international sanctions via a large petroleum shipping network.
Prisoners say they were dragged out of their cells and beaten harshly in front of foreigners who the Taliban apparently were trying to impress.
The Taliban appear to be ramping up attacks in the capital as the Afghan government and US negotiators work to reach a peace deal.
Two Kabul University professors were among those arrested by the NDS in an operation against an ISIS cell.
The son of deceased al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden died sometime within the past two years, confirmed US officials.
The blast killed at least 34 people, mostly women and children, and wounded at least 17, officials said.