Jennifer Glasse

Jennifer Glasse

Jennifer Glasse has been an international correspondent since 1993.

United States

US to launch plan for 'free passage' of ships in Iran's waterway

US official says new initiative will seek to ensure 'free, open passage' for ships passing through the Strait of Hormuz.

US to launch plan for 'free passage' of ships in Iran's waterway

NATO

NATO to maintain credible deterrence against Russia: Stoltenberg

As US and Russia walk out of INF treaty, alliance chief says members could boost defence already in place in Europe.

NATO to maintain credible deterrence against Russia: Stoltenberg

Kurds

Kurds in Iraq say US withdrawal from Syria a mistake

Iraq's Kurdish Peshmerga leaders say ISIL still a threat and US should not withdraw from Syria.

Kurds in Iraq say US withdrawal from Syria a mistake

Asia

Suicide attack targets Afghanistan election workers in Kabul

A suicide bomber blew himself up near a vehicle as it entered the head office of Afghanistan's Independent Election Commission on Monday, wounding at least six people, officials say.

Suicide attack targets Afghanistan election workers in Kabul

Asia

World Press Freedom Day: Afghan media defiant after deadly attack

Ten journalists were killed in the deadliest attack on Afghanistan's media since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, underscoring the dangers faced by the media as the war-torn country slips deeper into violence.

World Press Freedom Day: Afghan media defiant after deadly attack

Asia

Fears of more attacks in Afghanistan

As the victims of the latest attacks are mourned in Afghanistan, worries grow about more attacks to come.

Fears of more attacks in Afghanistan

Asia

Afghanistan's minefields: Living amongst landmines

Afghanistan is one of the most heavily mined countries in the world, posing an ever-present danger to civilians.

Afghanistan's minefields: Living amongst landmines

Afghanistan

'Our blood doesn't matter?': Agony of families after Kabul blast

At least 103 people were killed and more than 230 others injured by explosives hidden inside an ambulance.

'Our blood doesn't matter?': Agony of families after Kabul blast

Asia

Deadly Kabul hotel siege investigated as 'insider attack'

Investigators say it is likely the attack on Intercontinental Hotel was carried out with inside help.

Deadly Kabul hotel siege investigated as 'insider attack'

Asia

Former warlord Hekmatyar calls for peace in public speech

A former Afghan warlord has held a large political gathering in Kabul, six months after returning from exile.

Former warlord Hekmatyar calls for peace in public speech

Asia

ISIS claims deadly attack on Kabul TV station

It is being seen as an assault on media freedom in Afghanistan, which has faced an increased presence of ISIL fighters.

ISIS claims deadly attack on Kabul TV station

Asia

Afghan air force receives its first Blackhawk helicopters

The Afghan air force has received its first Blackhawk helicopters from the US, in the latest step towards modernising its fleet. Afghanistan still relies heavily on US airpower, but Afghans are beginning to carry out some operations themselves.

Afghan air force receives its first Blackhawk helicopters