US Commander in Afghanistan Submits His 3-month Take on War
The new U.S. commander in Afghanistan has submitted his first three-month assessment of the situation in the war-torn country...
Afghan Troops Push into City of Kunduz, Taliban in Retreat
Afghan government forces pushed overnight into the strategic northern city of Kunduz that was captured by the Taliban earlier...
AP Analysis: Hopes for Peace Dim with New Taliban Leader
The Taliban religious council said they believe their new leader will bring unity and mend the "mistakes" of the recent pas...
US Military Launches Strike on Afghan City Taken by Taliban
The U.S. military carried out an airstrike on the northern Afghan city of Kunduz, which was captured by the Taliban.
Afghan Warlord Changes His Conditions for Peace with Kabul
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NATO: Death Toll in Kabul Military Base Attack Reaches 9
One international service member and eight Afghan contractors were killed in an attack on a military base in the Afghan capit...
US Commander in Afghanistan Apologizes for Hospital Attack
The new commander of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan apologized Tuesday to the people of Kunduz for the deadly attack on...
Afghan President Condemns Bombing in Kabul Residential Area
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Friday threatened a rapid and forceful response to a massive suicide truck bombing in the Af...
Change in Command of US-NATO Forces in Afghanistan
U.S. Army General John W. Nicholson took command Wednesday of U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan.
Taliban Official Resigns in Sign of Growing Internal Divide
A senior Taliban figure resigned Tuesday in the latest fallout from the death of longtime leader Mullah Mohammad Omar.
US Payments to Afghans in Clinic Attack Called Inadequate
The U.S.is paying hundreds of thousands of dollars to survivors and relatives of those killed when an AC-130 attacked a hospi...
Afghan Taliban Indicate Pullout of Peace Talks in Pakistan
The Afghan Taliban said on Thursday they are "not aware" of a new round of peace talks due the following day in Pakistan.
Afghan Official: Date Expected for Kabul-Taliban Meeting
Talks in Kabul Tuesday between representatives of four countries trying to end Afghanistan's war with the Taliban are likely...
Afghan Intelligence: Taliban Leader Mullah Omar Dead
Afghanistan's main intelligence agency said that the Taliban leader Mullah Mohammad Omar has been dead for more than two year...
Airstrikes in Eastern Afghanistan Destroy IS Radio Station
U.S. airstrikes on a remote region of Afghanistan have destroyed a radio station operated by the Islamic State group, America...
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