Mahdi Aziz and his father Nader were luckily at the same concert in Sweden when they saw each other
'They don’t care. The fact that you have fought for your country, done three combat tours, that counts for nothing.'
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Government 'supporting' the British-Australian national as his family demands immediate release
Despite hopes in recent years that Afghanistan might open up to the outside world, last week’s Taliban’s attack on Western tourists was a shocking reminder that this beautiful country is a long way from a stability
The trade-off involved a bag of rice, sugar, a few litres of cooking oil and a goat
The group of at least a dozen travellers includes eight Britons, three Americans and one German
Map shows 'aspiring branches' in Mali, Egypt, Somalia, Bangladesh, Indonesia and the Philippines
'This girl does not speak, but only repeats one thing- ‘I am afraid of this man’, ' an official said
Documented cases of violence against women in Afghanistan are increasing, says the Foreign Office
Taliban fighters are estimated to hold more ground than at any time since 2001, when US troops forced them from power
Afghanistan’s 'long war' is entrenched and intractable, but unlike conflicts in Iraq, Syria, Yemen and Lebanon it has not been characterised by a Sunni/Shia divide – until now
The blast took place during a protest march staged by the Hazara community over plans for a controversial new power line, which they say bypasses their home province.
The move represents a reversal of the US's previous plan to sharply reduce the US military footprint
Police official says terror group targeted cadets travelling between Wardak province and the capital