The U.S. military says it will investigate an air strike carried out in southern Afghanistan after local officials said 11 counternarcotics agents were killed.
A U.S. military spokesman says neither NATO nor U.S. forces were involved in an air strike that reportedly
With an estimated 3.6 million people in Afghanistan out of work, protesters demonstrated to demand more jobs.
An Afghan cyclist and his son are pedaling across Europe and the United States to raise awareness about the problems still plaguing their country.
Afghan officials say an air strike has killed at least 11 police officers in the volatile southern province of Helmand.
Thousands of migrants, many from Syria, Afghanistan, and Iraq, continued to arrive in Germany on September 6, the majority of them traveling through Austria from Hungary, where they had been stranded for days.
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has called on international donors to continue supporting his “wounded country” that has been facing a 14-year-Taliban insurgency.
The return of Afghan militias to the front line in the war against the Taliban has raised concerns, with locals claiming gross abuses at the hands of the irregular forces.
Afghan officials say unknown gunmen have dragged 13 male passengers out of two vehicles and shot them dead in northern Balkh Province.
Austrian police say the 71 dead migrants found last week in an abandoned truck were Syrian, Iraqi, and Afghan nationals.
Representatives of more than 30 nations and 40 international organizations have gathered in Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul, to discuss the country's future.
Amnesty International is condemning as "abhorrent" the public flogging of a man and a woman in Afghanistan for "adultery."