A US drone strike against Isis in Nangarhar killed several people on Wednesday, most of them militants but possibly including some civilians, Afghan officials said
The deal should allow Gulbuddin Kekmatyar to return home after 20 years in exile
Save the Children says displaced people live with poor security, education, employment and healthcare
'They claim infidels are plundering our beloved country but it is they who are destroying our lives'
Massoud Hossaini barricaded himself inside a classroom with 15 students as campus reverberated with sound of explosions and gunfire
An American soldier was killed and another wounded by a roadside bomb on Tuesday during an operation in Afghanistan's southern Helmand province, the US military said.
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.'
Hafiz Saeed Khan was one of six Pakistan Taliban commanders to defect to the new grouping in 2014
The Pentagon is investigating how the equipment was lost
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 Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack which, despite the size of the initial blast, appeared to have caused limited casualties
Power cuts followed the explosion and gunfire was reportedly heard
'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