Accounts from the organisation claim there was no military justification for the US air strike on 3 October that killed 30 medical staff and patients
Dirk Voltz invited a group of people from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan to stay with him
Department of Defence criticised over 'ill-conceived' project to build a gas refuelling station for the few cars powered by natural gas in a country blighted by poverty and conflict
The man she was eloping with was lashed
Rob Lawrie faces a charge of aiding illegal immigration in France for what he calls a 'crime of compassion'
Locals fear that insurgents could return and will not face effective opposition
Bibhali Uzbeki has spent a large amount of her journey from Afghanistan on the back of her 67-year-old son
Twelve Afghan school girls were killed as they attempted to evacuate a shaking building
Insurgents have made inroads into Helmand, with intense fighting threatening the former British stronghold and provincial capital
Shooting of as-yet unnamed 25-year-old is a grim landmark as the EU hardens its heart against refugees
'This would amount to a premeditated massacre'
Mr Obama had wanted to leave office having pulled out all US military, but has reluctantly agreed that 5,500 must remain beyond 2016 and the end of his presidency
There were no British casualties
A suicide car bomber has targeted a convoy of foreign troops in the Afghan capital during rush hour-traffic, flipping an armoured vehicle on its side.
22 people - including 12 Médecins Sans Frontières staff and 10 patients - died in the air strike on the Afghan medical base
Médecins Sans Frontières has called for an independent investigation in to the attack