Afghanistan sentenced to death four men for the death of a woman who was beaten, run over with a car and burned before her bloodied body was thrown into the...
A new documentary showcases four Afghan photographers working in the war-torn country
"We were determined to create something positive from our tragedy"
Afghanistan, a fledgling cricket nation, hopes for support from the sport's powerhouse
This is the first major ISIS attack in Afghanistan
“This photograph is certainly hard to look at,” says photographer Andrew Quilty
Ashraf Ghani stops by Defense Department to acknowledge U.S. sacrifices
Her death is as a symbol of the injustice and violence faced by many, especially women, in the country
President Obama said the U.S. will keep about 10,000 troops in Afghanistan this year, as that country’s leaders had asked he slow the process of removing troops...
The Afghan army hopes to prove it can rout the Taliban without the aid of U.S. or NATO troops
At least 124 people dead in northeastern Afghanistan
The feat is astonishing for a war-ravaged nation that only took up the sport 15 years ago
Increased ground fighting led to the highest civilian casualty rate in Afghanistan since record-keeping began in 2009
A Taliban commander exchanged for the release of a POW attempts to return to the battlefield, raising questions about closing Guantanamo
Getting it inside your garage is just a down payment
But the flag-lowering won't end the bloodshed
He wants to make it to Hollywood
At its busiest, the prison held hundreds of detainees
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, who resigned in November, made the remarks on one of his last diplomatic trips to the country
The militant group appears to be stepping up its campaign of violence in the Afghan capital as foreign forces prepare to withdrawal