Afghan President Hamid Karzai's elder brother, Abdul Qayum Karzai, is apparently planning to enter the race to be elected Afghanistan's next president.
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Officials say a roadside bomb has killed a pregnant Afghan woman who was being rushed to a hospital in an ambulance to deliver her baby.
Afghan officials fear scores of casualties after rescuers pulled out two bodies from rubble after an earthquake hit a remote region in northern Afghanistan.
The former commander of a U.S. Army brigade that served in both Iraq and Afghanistan is on trial for bigamy.
Paris has confirmed that the four international soldiers killed in an insurgent attack in eastern Afghanistan on June 9 are French troops.
The U.S. commander of NATO forces in Afghanistan has apologized over the deaths of up to 18 civilians in a coalition air strike on June 6.
Afghan officials said at least 14 criminals, including Taliban fighters, escaped after a bomb blew a hole in a wall at a prison in the country's north.
A U.S. magazine has published e-mails written by an American soldier being held hostage by the Taliban that suggest he was considering deserting the U.S. military even before his capture three years ago.
Chinese President Hu Jintao and his Afghan counterpart, Hamid Karzai, have moved to strengthen ties between their nations, pledging closer cooperation as NATO-led forces prepare to withdraw from Afghanistan in 2014.
The United States has pledged to investigate a June 6 NATO air strike in Afghanistan and take "appropriate actions" amid Afghan accounts that as many as 18 civilians were killed.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has cut short an official visit to China following reports of civilian deaths in a NATO air strike in eastern Afghanistan.