A former Soviet military tank commander convicted of leading a Taliban attack on U.S. forces in Afghanistan is due to be sentenced in Virginia on December 3.
Afghanistan is reportedly about to acquire four Russian-made Mi-25 attack helicopters from India amid a widening Taliban insurgency across the country.
The United States has charged four men with working together to aid Al-Qaeda attacks against U.S. soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan.
An Afghan-born woman who came to Canada as a refugee has been sworn in as the country’s minister of democratic institutions.
Afghan lawmakers have condemned and ordered an investigation into the stoning death of a young woman accused of adultery.
Doctors Without Borders held events in New York and Geneva November 3 to remember the 30 victims of a U.S. military strike on its trauma center in Kunduz, Afghanistan, one month ago.
The governor of Afghanistan's central Ghor Province has attested to the authenticity of a video that shows a young woman being stoned to death in Afghanistan.
They are children who have escaped war and poverty but who are now traveling alone on a dangerous journey to Europe.
The United States spent $43 million on a natural gas station in northern Afghanistan that should have cost just $500,000, a Pentagon watchdog reported November 2.
RFE/RL's Radio Free Afghanistan has obtained disturbing video footage of the apparent stoning to death for adultery of a young woman in the western province of Ghor.
Amateur video shows the stoning of a woman to death in the city of Firoz-Koh in Ghor Province on October 25. The Afghan government blamed Taliban militants for the killing. The video was provided to RFE/RL's Radio Free Afghanistan.
A splinter faction of the Afghan Taliban has reportedly selected its own chief to challenge the militant group's new leader.