After the July 7 suicide car bomb attack on the Indian Embassy in Kabul, international attention has turned to New Delhi's interests in Afghanistan -- and how the Indian-Pakistani rivalry is being played out there.
Afghanistan's interior minister says militants who carried out a suicide bomb attack on the Indian Embassy in Kabul received their training at camps in Pakistan.
The U.S. president should be forced by law to consult Congress before going to war, a bipartisan panel including several prominent former U.S. officials has said.
Laughs echo across a dusty Kabul hilltop as children celebrate International Day of Peace by flying blue paper kites decorated with white doves.
Pakistan's prime minister says his country is not behind the suicide car-bombing that ripped through the Indian Embassy in Kabul.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has ordered an investigation into a U.S.-led air strike that local officials say killed 15 civilians, amid accusations that another air strike killed 23 civilians traveling in a wedding convoy.
A suicide car bomber rammed two diplomatic vehicles entering the Indian Embassy in Kabul today, killing at least 41 people.
President Hamid Karzai has ordered the Defense and Interior ministries and a body that oversees local government to investigate a U.S.-led coalition air strike.
Taliban militants have released two Pakistani journalists more than 36-hours after they were abducted in a tribal region near the Afghan border.
Afghan security forces found more than 100 knives and swords, petrol bombs, and dozens of mobile phones in a search of Kabul's main prison.
Two gunmen shot dead an Afghan parliamentarian near his home in the southern Afghan province of Kandahar.