It’s been almost two months since the Taliban returned to power in Afghanistan.

Over the past seven weeks, the group formed an acting government, excluding members of the country’s toppled leadership. Meanwhile, the Afghan economy is at a standstill. Across Kabul, banks have run out of cash. Female students face an uncertain future. International aid groups warn that the country is hurtling toward a humanitarian crisis. Many Afghans are still trying to flee, often to countries ill-equipped to receive them.

What questions do you have about the Taliban regime in Afghanistan? The Washington Post’s Susannah George, working on and off from Kabul, has been covering the Taliban takeover, a story that has posed major reporting challenges. George answered your questions on Tuesday, including:

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Teddy Amenabar and Claire Parker produced this Q&A.