Taliban fighters celebrate their withdrawal by posing in an abandoned British building in Kabul.
THE TALIBAN has been spotted in Kabul, Afghanistan, in an abandoned British police training center.
The Sun has discovered photos of Taliban insurgents posing with guns in historically British buildings in Kabul.
Two hats, a bobby’s helmet and a state trooper’s hat, sit on the table in front of the militants.
On Saturday, the last British troops left Kabul airport, bringing the country’s two-decade military presence to an end.
The US forces withdrew from Afghanistan on Monday night, leaving the Taliban in charge.
Except for the mountainous Panjshir province, whose inhabitants have rejected the terrorists, the Taliban controls the whole country.
Taliban insurgents saw the last US planes leave the capital at midnight on Monday.
As pro-Taliban forces celebrated the pullout, heavy gunfire erupted in Kabul.
From Washington, General Frank McKenzie, the head of US Central Command, remarked, “We didn’t get everybody out that we wanted to get out.”
The last flights took off from Kabul airport one minute before midnight on August 31, the agreed-upon deadline for the evacuations.
Early Tuesday, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid stated, “American soldiers left the Kabul airport, and our nation gained full independence.”
The Taliban claimed all that was left behind as governments desperately withdrew nationals from Kabul.
According to a US official, “anything that hasn’t been destroyed is now the Taliban’s.”
According to recent sources, the Taliban may have possession of over 2,000 armored vehicles.
Representative Michael McCaul told Reuters, “We have already seen Taliban terrorists armed with US-made weapons they captured from Afghan soldiers.”
“The United States and our allies face a significant threat as a result of this.”