The Pakistani military kills approximately 40 Taliban militants in a helicopter attack.
Pakistan International Airlines suspends flights to the Afghan capital Kabul, citing "heavy-handed" interference from the Taliban. It was the only foreign carrier operating regular flights out of Kabul.
Taliban forces use gunfire to disperse a group of six women who protested in front of their high school in Kabul against the Taliban regime forbidding them to return to study. Security forces also pushed the women and threatened arrests. A guard said that they dispersed the protest because the six women "did not coordinate with security forces regarding their protest".
Suspected Taliban insurgents fire a rocket into a hospital in Kunar, destroying COVID-19 vaccines and setting the hospital on fire. Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid denies responsibility for the attack as the group gains more territory on the border with Tajikistan.
The Afghan Minister of Defense, Abdullah Habibi and the Chief of Staff of the Afghan National Army, Qadam Shah Shahim, resign after a Taliban attack on Camp Shaheen near Mazar-i-Sharif that claimed over 140 lives.
Three Taliban insurgents are killed by a team of Afghan police and private commandos after attacking a former National Directorate of Security headquarters in Kandahar, Afghanistan. The Taliban claims they killed four commandos and five policemen, which police deny.
Heavily armed Taliban insurgents launch multiple coordinated militant attacks on the British, Russian and German embassies, NATO's headquarters, military bases and the Afghan parliament in central Kabul, Afghanistan, and other cities, including Jalalabad and Gardēz.