Taliban annouce interim Government

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The Talibans have announced an interim government in Afghanistan, declaring the country an Islamic Emirate.

 It will be led by one of the movement's founders Mullah Akhund, who is on a United Nations blacklist.

The interior minister will be a feared FBI-wanted leader of the Haqqani militant group.

The Taliban seized control of most of the country on 15 August, ousting the previous elected leadership.

The announcement of the acting cabinet is a key step in the formation of a Taliban government.

A statement attributed to Taliban Supreme Leader Mawlawi Hibatullah Akhundzada told the government to uphold Sharia law.

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