A U.S. soldier died in combat in eastern Afghanistan, the second death in the country this week, the Department of Defense said on July 12.
A series of near-simultaneous attacks blamed on the Taliban have killed dozens of Afghan soldiers in the country's northern Kunduz Province, security forces say.
A landslide has killed at least 10 people and destroyed nearly 300 homes in northeast Afghanistan.
A German minister known for strong antimigrant rhetoric is under pressure to resign over the suicide of a failed Afghan asylum seeker after he was deported from Germany.
NATO leaders reaffirmed the alliance’s support for its mission in Afghanistan, as the country grapples with a stubborn Taliban insurgency and threats from other extremist groups.
The German Interior Ministry says one of the 69 Afghan asylum seekers deported from Germany last week committed suicide on his return home.
British Prime Minister Theresa May said London would double its forces in Afghanistan in response to a request from NATO, as she arrived at the alliance's summit in Brussels on July 11.
Afghan officials say at least 10 people have been killed in a militant attack on a government facility in the eastern province of Nangarhar.
Britain is planning to almost double its number of troops in Afghanistan, Prime Minister Theresa May has announced.
A group of activists in Afghanistan have staged a sit-in outside the Russian embassy in Kabul. It's part of their campaign to get world powers to find peaceful ways to end decades of bloody conflict in the country.
A suicide bombing close to a security checkpoint In the Afghan city of Jalalabad has killed at least 12 people, with the extremist group Islamic State (IS) claiming responsibility for the attack.
NATO leaders gather for a summit on July 11-12 amid deep divisions on trade and defense spending.