A Kyrgyz businessman says a state-owned company may have been behind an assault that left him hospitalized.
Afghan police say at least 18 civilians, including children, were killed when their minibus ran over a roadside bomb in southern Helmand province on July 28.
Afghanistan's southern province of Oruzgan saw at least three suicide bombings today, with the Taliban claiming responsibility of all three attacks.
Sergeant Derrick Miller is a member of a Connecticut National Guard unit that is attached to Fort Campbell, home to the 101st Airborne Division, which is now being rotated home from Afghanistan.
Afghan officials say the mayor of Afghanistan's southern city of Kandahar has been killed in an explosion.
Newly appointed U.S. Ambassador Ryan Crocker has been seeking to ease concerns among Afghans -- as well as authorities in neighboring countries -- about Washington's long-term intentions in Afghanistan.
A helicopter from the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) has crashed in eastern Afghanistan, but the ISAF said all passengers and crew members were safe.
Talk about Central Asia often focuses on energy. But there is one equally important subject that is often overlooked: the consequences of the region's shrinking water resources.
NATO troops in Herat have transferred responsibility for security operations to Afghan forces for the western city.
Authorities in London have confirmed that British armed forces have detained two British nationals in Afghanistan -- reportedly in connection with a possible attack on British interests.
Bomb Kills Four In Northern Aghan City Amid Security Handover
The transfer of power to Afghan security forces reaches another milestone on July 20 as NATO forces hand over the capital of Helmand Province to the Afghan government.