KABUL (AFP) – US Secretary of State Antony Blinken made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan on Thursday (April 15) to brief officials on Washington’s plans…View More Top US envoy Blinken in Afghanistan for troop withdrawal talks
BAMIYAN (AFP) – Afghanistan’s giant Buddhas stood watch over the picturesque Bamiyan valley for centuries, surviving Mongol invasions and the harsh environment until the Taleban…View More Gap in history: Afghans recall Taleban's destruction of famed Buddha statues
PANJWAI, Afghanistan — For a brief moment in a small patch of southern Afghanistan, the war has stopped. After weeks of negotiations, the mayor of…View More In One Afghan District, Peace From 8 A.M. to 5 P.M.
KABUL/WASHINGTON (REUTERS) – The US special envoy to Afghanistan proposed a shakeup of the stalled peace process this week, including an interim government and a…View More US envoy seeking support to shake up Afghan peace process
JALALABAD, AFGHANISTAN (NYTIMES) – Three women who worked at a local news outlet were gunned down in eastern Afghanistan on Tuesday (March 2), according to…View More Three women working for a news outlet gunned down in Afghanistan
BRUSSELS (AFP) – Nato Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said Monday (Feb 15) the alliance will not withdraw its troops from Afghanistan “before the time is right,”…View More Nato will not leave Afghanistan before 'time is right': Stoltenberg
KABUL (REUTERS) – At least four Afghan security force members, including a commander, were killed and seven were critically injured in blasts in eastern and…View More Clashes, blasts intensify across Afghanistan
KABUL (AFP) – Two people were killed as the Afghan capital was rocked Tuesday (Feb 2) by a series of rush-hour car bombs, officials said,…View More Two killed as bombs rock Afghan capital
KABUL (REUTERS) – A car bombing in Kabul targeting an Afghan lawmaker killed at least nine people, officials said. Lawmaker Khan Mohammad Wardak survived the…View More Nine dead as Kabul car bombing targets Afghan lawmaker
KABUL, Afghanistan — A rocket barrage slammed into the heart of Kabul on Saturday morning, killing at least five people and wounding more than a…View More Deadly Rocket Attack Strikes Kabul Ahead of U.S.-Taliban Meeting
KABUL (AFP) – The Taleban on Wednesday (Nov 18) welcomed the Pentagon’s announcement it would soon pull about 2,000 US troops from Afghanistan as a…View More Taleban welcome US troop drawdown from Afghanistan as 'good step'
WASHINGTON (REUTERS) – President Donald Trump will sharply reduce the number of US forces in Afghanistan from 4,500 to 2,500 before he leaves office, the…View More Trump to cut troop levels in Afghanistan, but stops short of full withdrawal
HERAT, Afghanistan — In one of the oldest districts of the ancient city of Herat, religious vigilantes loyal to a local cleric patrol the streets,…View More A Radical Cleric Ignites an Islamist Resistance in Afghanistan
KABUL (REUTERS) – The US military defended on Sunday (Oct 18) its air strikes against Taleban fighters last week, as the insurgent group accused Washington…View More US military defends air strikes that Taleban says violate troop pact