Hosseini's third novel is challenging and thought-provoking
Senate hearing finds the Task Force for Business Stability Operations spent $800m on various projects that were managed poorly or not at all, and that suffered from 'waste, fraud and abuse'
It was not immediately clear why Mohammad Khan attacked the mother-of-one, but the Taliban have pledged to deal with him 'according to Sharia law'
Police said the two men from Afghanistan had been enjoying the snow in Altenberg
Hundreds of British and American lives were lost fighting the Islamist group during the West’s ‘war on terror’. Now, the threat from the caliphate has drastically changed the political landscape
It is unclear whether the military aircraft was brought down by enemy fire
The exact target of the attack was not immediately clear
A British aid worker has made sporting history in a country that is still facing enormous challlenges after decades of war
Isis men are now fighting in their thousands in the country we arrived to “liberate” 14 years ago, quite apart from tens of thousands of Taliban “pushing” in to their “heartland” around Sangin
Afghan government forces have been trying to recapture the area from the Taliban, who say they are in control of the district
Insurgents emboldened by divisions within official Afghan forces make further incursion in the opium-rich region, where hundreds of British soldiers died in recent war
Charities criticised the figures as British troops are sent back to Helmand province
As Britain admits that it, again, has boots on the ground in Helmand province, the Taliban is preparing an overwhelming demonstration of the impotence of President Ashraf Ghani’s army
Mr Bergdahl did not enter a plea at his hearing Tuesday
The scenery was breathtaking - and the process of repatriating our fallen comrades back to the UK from Camp Bastion and Kandahar was heartbreaking
They are being sent to a camp to advice Afghan forces still fighting the insurgency