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.
MSF's General Director claimed such suggestions 'amounts to an admission of a war crime'
Seven patients, including three children, were also killed and 27 people were injured
President says government reinforcements have reached the city, but that militant fighters are using civilians as human shields
The Taliban have captured the northern Afghan city of Kunduz in a massive assault involving hundreds of fighters.
His call has gone down very well far beyond the family stronghold
Authorities say the gunman rode on a motorbike and shot the group of men
General Stanley McChrystal said that a civil war could be avoided if Afghanistan was backed by its allies
Residents claim that civillians were among those who died
The suicide bomb comes after a blast killed 20 troops on Sunday
Blast is latest setback in Pakistan's fight against insurgency in north-west
Mujahid Ali Bangash is proud that his son has become a martyr by 'sacrificing his life for a noble cause'
Enemies of country's toughest policeman finally catch up with him
The group called the girl's story 'government propaganda'
A provincial official in Afghanistan say a suicide car bomber has attacked a security checkpoint in the country's east, killing three police officers.