Taliban Attack Aid Group Office in Afghan Capital, Kills 5
Taliban fighters attacked the offices of a U.S.-based aid organization in the Afghan capital, setting off a huge explosion.
Friendly Fire Between US, Afghan Troops Leaves 5 Dead
At least five Afghan troops were killed by friendly fire in what was supposed to be a precision airstrike by U.S. forces.
Taliban to Take Part in 'Intra-Afghan' Talks in Moscow
The two-day meeting in the Russian capital is seen as another step in a process aimed at resolving Afghanistan's 17-year war.
US Envoy Briefs Afghan Officials on Talks with the Taliban
The U.S. peace envoy to Afghanistan has shared details of his round of talks with the Taliban with the Afghan president.
US Airstrike Reportedly Kills Dozens of Afghan Civilians
Taliban insurgents staged a coordinated attack targeting a security firm in the Afghan capital on Wednesday.
Explosion in Kabul Targets Anti-Taliban Rally, Killing 3
It was not immediately clear if the blast in Kabul was from a bomb detonated by remote control or from a suicide bomber.
Taliban Hit Afghan Checkpoint, Kill 13 Soldiers, Policemen
The Taliban launched an attack on a newly established joint Afghan army and police checkpoint in eastern Ghazni province.
Taliban Attack Afghan Security Forces in North, Killing 52
Taliban insurgents launched separate attacks on Afghan security forces in the north, killing 52, provincial officials said.
Taliban Say No Peace with 'Occupation,' Want US Talks
The leader of the Taliban said Saturday there will be no peace in Afghanistan as long as the foreign "occupation" continues.
Taliban Overrun Afghan Army Base, Kill 17 Troops
The Taliban overran a base in Afghanistan, killing 17 soldiers while Afghan forces battled the insurgents for a fifth day.
Bombing Targets Afghan Clerics Calling for Peace, Killing 7
The bomber struck near the entrance of a compound where the religious body, known as the Afghan Ulema Council, was meeting.
Twin Bombings in Afghanistan Kill 25, Including 9 Reporters
A coordinated double suicide bombing by the Islamic State group hit central Kabul on Monday morning.
Taliban Attacks Kill 14 Troops, Policemen: Afghan Officials
The first of Monday's near-simultaneous attacks in western Badghis province hit army units in the district of Ab Kamari.
Suicide Bomber Strikes in Afghan Capital, 31 Killed
The Taliban denied involvement in the attack, which means it was likely carried out by a local Islamic State affiliate.
Afghan President Calls on Taliban to Join in Peace Talks
Ghani spoke at the 2nd Kabul Process Conference attended by representatives from more than 20 countries and organizations.
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