Mujib Mashal

Mujib Mashal

Afghanistan

The price of dying for Afghanistan

Families forced to search for fallen kin as Afghan army fails to fulfil its promise to return dead soldiers' bodies.

The price of dying for Afghanistan

US & Canada

Afghan forces make tenuous gains in Helmand

Taliban attacks have decreased in dangerous region, but some wonder if gains can be cemented without western support.

Afghan forces make tenuous gains in Helmand

Afghanistan

Afghans await road built at snail's pace

Instead of aid, villagers in remote northern province seek speedy completion of a road to end their isolation.

Afghans await road built at snail's pace

US & Canada

The myth of Mullah Omar

Decade of war and a $10m bounty have only deepened the legend of the Taliban's secretive, one-eyed spiritual leader.

The myth of Mullah Omar

Poverty & Development

Kandahar schools brave harsh realities

Despite a reinvigorated desire for learning in southern Afghanistan, the region's education statistics remain damning.

Kandahar schools brave harsh realities

Politics

Captured suspect reveals Kabul attack details

Suspect in Sunday's co-ordinated Taliban attacks says he was member of 200-strong suicide squad trained in Pakistan.

Captured suspect reveals Kabul attack details

Politics

Former Taliban leader flees for safety

Abdul Salam Zaeef, ex-Taliban ambassador to Pakistan, takes shelter in UAE after US troops attempted to raid his home.

Former Taliban leader flees for safety

US & Canada

Commander's words shed light on Taliban views

Group's eastern leader candidly discusses Afghan forces, morality police, and how they might act if returned to power.

Commander's words shed light on Taliban views

Politics

Karzai's team clash over relations with US

In presence of western officials, Afghan president's chief of staff and senior diplomat accused each other of spying.

Karzai's team clash over relations with US

US & Canada

'Mr President, I want an answer'

Families of victims of a US soldier's shooting spree in Kandahar berate Afghan President Karzai at emotional meeting.

'Mr President, I want an answer'

US & Canada

Mass murder in Kandahar

US soldier who killed civilians during shooting spree faced no resistance because residents are now used to night raids.

Mass murder in Kandahar

US & Canada

Q&A : The poet of Kandahar

Abdul Bari Jahani, the voice of southern Afghanistan, a historic region now engulfed in violence, speaks to Al Jazeera.

Q&A : The poet of Kandahar