The German Embassy in Kabul has launched a media campaign to dissuade Afghan migrants from fleeing their homeland for the West.
The Taliban has claimed responsibility for an attack on a police headquarters in Kandahar Province on November 19 that left one soldier and five militants dead. (RFE/RL's Radio Free Afghanistan)
Serbia and Macedonia have begun restricting the entry of refugees to those from certain countries, leaving hundreds of people stranded on borders.
The Taliban have launched an attack on a police headquarters in the southern Afghan province of Kandahar, killing one soldier and wounding six other people.
A U.S. inspector general overseeing U.S. reconstruction efforts in Afghanistan said the effort is plagued by poor planning, wasteful spending, and chronic corruption.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) has called on Pakistan's government to take steps to end “rampant police harassment, threats, and violence” against Afghans.
A suspected drone strike in southern Afghanistan is reported to have killed 12 Taliban fighters.
Slovak officials say eight people, including seven Afghan migrants, died earlier this week in the crash of a Ukrainian-registered helicopter in eastern Slovakia.
Officials say at least 17 suspected militants were killed in Pakistani air strikes that targeted insurgent hideouts near the Afghan border on November 14.
President Barack Obama is awarding the country's highest military honor to a former army captain who tackled a suicide bomber while serving in Afghanistan in August 2012.
A protest leader in Kabul says seven beheaded members of Afghanistan's Hazara minority are being taken to their hometown in Ghazni Province for burial.
Ethnic Hazaras protested in central Kabul after seven of their community were beheaded. There has been an upsurge in sectarian violence directed against the mostly Shi'ite community. (RFE/RL's Radio Free Afghanistan)