In a new report the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) have claimed they have killed Afghanistan Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour in a shoot out after an argument between the commanders turn sour.
This move is to weaken the group, moves into Afghanistan territory and to seized large parts of the
zone. According to Dailymail its fighters have defeated the local Taliban and have begun recruiting new members from 25 of Afghanistan's 34 provinces.
A series of shocking photographs have emerged from inside the ISIS training camps, hidden deep in the forests of the mountainous region.
Men wearing yellow balaclavas and clutching AK-47s sit in regimented rows in front of ISIS flags, while other images show the fighters learning how to use the weapons.
Although officials initially dismissed the threat that ISIS poses to the country, they have now been forced to sit up and take notice as its growth and wealth expands at an alarming rate.
The group's campaign of terror reflects with alarming similarities its expansion in other countries.
Locals have reported gruesome tales of mercilessness violence, with beheading and torture instilling fear into Afghans' hearts.