Afghan officials say at least 17 police officers have been killed after militants ambushed checkpoints in the country's volatile southern Helmand Province.
A bomb has exploded in front of an office of Afghanistan's main news agency, wounding at least two people and causing damage.
Georgia next week will bury Corporal Ramaz Davitaia, the 30th Georgian soldier killed supporting NATO missions in Afghanistan. Some in Georgia are wondering whether the elusive goal of NATO membership justifies such a cost.
The Newseum has memorialized 14 journalists killed while working in 2014, including four who met their deaths in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Ukraine.
The Newseum June 8 memorialized 14 journalists killed while working in 2014, including four who met their deaths in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Ukraine.
A U.S. soldier who massacred 16 Afghan villagers says he had lost compassion for Afghans and Iraqis during his four combat deployments.
Insurgents have kidnapped at least 12 de-miners in separate incidents in Afghanistan's eastern Logar Province.
Officials say "intense fighting" is under way in northeast Afghanistan as government forces attempt to retake a district overrun by Taliban militants.
Officials say that at least three security personnel and eight Taliban fighters were killed when a district in northeastern Afghanistan fell under Taliban control after rebels attacked security checkpoints on June 6.
A group of Afghan politicians and civil society members, including several women, have been holding talks with representatives of the Taliban in Norway.
Afghanistan is increasingly relying on a "cheap but dangerous" national militia of some 30,000 fighters, some of whom have committed serious abuses in the communities they are supposed to protect, an international research group says.
An independent Afghan anticorruption body warns that there is widespread misconduct in the country's Foreign Ministry.