U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met with Afghan President Hamid Karzai in Kabul ahead of an international conference on the future of the war-torn country.
Afghan forces stepped up security measures in the capital, Kabul, ahead of an international aid conference for Afghanistan on July 20-21. Police were stopping vehicles entering the city and using canines to conduct searches.
A police chief in Kandahar Province's Khakrez district said the policemen were on their way to Kandahar city when the bombing occurred.
Kabul hosts a major conference with its international partners, and high on the agenda are deciding how much control the Afghan government should have over foreign aid and how to reduce corruption.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has announced several new aid projects aimed at improving Pakistan's water, energy, and health sectors.
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden says it is too early to judge whether a U.S. troop surge in Afghanistan is working.
Afghanistan and Pakistan have signed what is being hailed as a landmark trade deal.
Not a single Central Asian nation is among the ten of the happiest countries in the world.
A top United Nations official says Afghanistan should be given more freedom to run the country and its progress should be monitored by six-month benchmarks.
Afghan security officials say a suicide bomber killed four civilians in an attack apparently aimed at a convoy of foreign troops in Kabul.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has arrived in Pakistan, kicking off a tour of South Asia aimed at refining the goals of the nearly 9-year-old war in Afghanistan.
Militants have opened fire on a civilian convoy escorted by security forces in Pakistan’s tribal region, killing at least 18 people.