US military in Afghanistan says investigation into November gunfight confirms civilian casualties, including children.
by Shereena Qazi
War & Conflict
Religion01 Jan 2017 10:48 GMT
"I am an Afghan first... But if our life is under threat, if our families are faced with risks, we have to leave."
Politics27 Dec 2016 18:40 GMT
Russia, China and Pakistan meet in Moscow to discuss "growing ISIL threat" in Afghanistan - the third in a series.
Afghanistan22 Dec 2016 20:31 GMT
State Department backs Afghanistan's investigation into accusations of torture and sex abuse by Abdul Rashid Dostum.
Taliban20 Dec 2016 08:38 GMT
In an online video, Canadian man and his US wife plead to their governments to secure their release in Afghanistan.
Women's Rights17 Dec 2016 07:03 GMT
Women who searched female passengers had received death threats from those who disapproved of them having careers.
Refugees15 Dec 2016 16:01 GMT
More than 30 arrive back in Kabul as part of EU-Afghan repatriation deal, with thousands more due to be returned.
Afghanistan14 Dec 2016 10:21 GMT
Survey by Save the Children indicates Afghan refugees returning from Pakistan are also vulnerable to forced labour.
Taliban09 Dec 2016 15:42 GMT
More than 2,200 US troops have been killed and hundreds of billions of dollars spent since the US-led invasion in 2001.
Taliban03 Dec 2016 14:22 GMT
Kabul Polytechnic university student was accused by the group of killing a senior Taliban official.
Pakistan03 Dec 2016 09:41 GMT
Or, how Russia got a warm-water port without firing a shot.
Afghanistan29 Nov 2016 13:55 GMT
Armed group behind much of the violence over the past 15 years, frightening off investors despite its vast resources.
Politics29 Nov 2016 10:55 GMT
Qamar Javed Bajwa takes control of army as tensions escalate with arch-rival India and Afghanistan.
Human Rights24 Nov 2016 13:20 GMT
Two million more refugees are expected to return to a country mired in violence and braced for a bitter winter.
Afghanistan22 Nov 2016 09:30 GMT
ISIL claims suicide attack inside Baqir-ul-uloom mosque as Shia Muslims mark Arbaeen period.
Human Rights16 Nov 2016 11:11 GMT
International Criminal Court prosecutors say the US may have tortured at least 88 people at a number of sites.
by Ahmed Rashid
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