No information on casualties so far
(WASHINGTON) — Avoidable miscommunication between U.S. air and ground forces led to a “friendly fire” incident in Afghanistan that killed five U.S. soldiers and...
The link-up could pose a renewed threat to an already fragile Afghanistan
The U.S. may exit in 2016, but it will need to bring and keep Afghans at the table for a long time after that.
The troops staying will focus on counterterrorism and training
A clean break like the U.S. made from Iraq is tempting. But it's not a risk Obama is ready to take—yet
The president touched down in Afghanistan Sunday on his first visit to the country in two years, to meet with troops, civilians and military leaders to discuss...
Afghanistan's cricket team is on the rise following qualification for the World Cup last October
President Hamid Karzai visited the site of last week's deadly landslide to calm tensions over a tepid government response to the disaster, which left an...
President Obama delivered the strongest message yet to Karzai to sign a security agreement or the U.S. walks
With healthcare in their own country in a parlous state, Afghans who can afford it go overseas for treatment
Hamid Karzai says he's in two minds over whether the war was worth it
Unless a so-called Bilateral Security Agreement is reached soon
(KABUL, Afghanistan) — Afghan officials say suicide bombers have attacked a police compound in a mountainous area near the capital, Kabul. Interior Ministry...
The United States says the prisoners could now pose a security threat to Afghan and international troops
'We are afraid to die, to go back to die or to join a group of Al-Qaeda that is against humanity'
The Afghan president reportedly tried to reach a peace deal without the involvement of American and Western allies
James Clapper says Hamid Karzai probably won't strike a deal for U.S. troops to stay
(KABUL, Afghanistan) — An Afghan official says the government has freed 65 accused militants from a former U.S. prison despite protests from the American...
Human rights activists warn that a new law could remove legal protections for abused women