U.S. air strikes have killed at least 17 people in eastern Afghanistan.
A Lithuanian-speaking Afghan caused a sensation on YouTube last week in Lithuania, when he posted a video asking the president to give him asylum. On April 6, he arrived in Vilnius, hoping to begin a new life in the country.
Lithuania took in a young Afghan migrant who worked as an interpreter for Lithuanian troops in Afghanistan after he reached out for help on YouTube.
The Afghan Taliban has given the son of its late founder, Mullah Mohammad Omar, a leadership post in the militant group.
Afghan officials say at least seven people have been killed in a suicide bomb attack in the country's north.
Afghan officials say 11 mine clearers have been kidnapped by gunmen in the west of the country.
Saudi Arabia and the United States on March 31 announced joint sanctions aimed at cutting off financing for terrorist groups in Pakistan and Afghanistan, including through a Pakistani orphanage.
Fifteen Afghan security troops have been killed in fighting with Taliban militants in southern Uruzgan Province.
Afghanistan's national cricket team came home to a hero's welcome after an outstanding performance at the World T20 cricket tournament in India. (RFE/RL’s Afghan Service)
Musicians from Afghanistan and Pakistan came together to build closer ties between their countries. Performers from both nations shared the same stage at a cultural festival in the Pakistani city of Karachi. (RFE/RL'S Radio Mashaal)
A bomb has exploded under a bridge in Afghanistan's capital, killing one person and wounding nine others.
Taliban militants have killed a provincial judge in eastern Afghanistan, the latest attack against judicial officials.