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Extremists in eastern Afghanistan bombed a peaceful protest Tuesday, killing at least 32 people, officials said, the deadliest in a series of attacks in Nangarhar... [Read More]
Taliban insurgents killed at least 57 Afghan police officers and soldiers in four attacks in northern Afghanistan on Monday, a day after more than 60... [Read More]
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis arrived in Afghanistan on an unannounced visit Friday, in the midst of a push by the Trump administration to restart peace... [Read More]
The U.S. defense secretary, making his first visit since March, was expected to meet with President Ashraf Ghani to discuss negotiations with the Taliban. [Read More]
The journalist Samim Faramarz, who eloquently voiced the frustrations of Afghans losing hope in the face increasing violence, lost his life while reporting a double... [Read More]
At least 20 people were killed and 70 wounded in the blasts in Kabul, including emergency workers and two journalists who were reporting live on... [Read More]
Taliban insurgents overran an Afghan army base and a police checkpoint in northern Afghanistan on Wednesday, killing at least 39 soldiers and police officers, officials... [Read More]
Separately, a suicide bomber detonated explosives inside a classroom in Kabul, leaving at least 25 dead and 35 others wounded. [Read More]
Afghan government forces lost more than 200 officers and soldiers in fighting over the past three days as Taliban insurgents launched sustained attacks on four... [Read More]
Afghan government forces lost more than 200 officers and soldiers in fighting over the past three days as Taliban insurgents launched sustained attacks on four... [Read More]
Afghan government forces lost more than 200 officers and soldiers in fighting over the past three days as Taliban insurgents launched sustained attacks on four... [Read More]
Two bombers, wearing women's clothes to hide explosive vests and automatic weapons, killed at least 25 worshipers during Friday Prayer. [Read More]
An Afghan who made a gold medal to thank Mr. Trump was killed by the Taliban; another fled abroad. One who named his son Donald... [Read More]
Intelligence agents tracked a Taliban car bomb to an auto repair garage in Kandahar, but they failed in their attempt to disarm it. [Read More]
Officials said the attack in Ghazni Province left buildings ablaze and killed at least seven, including a district governor. [Read More]
A poor Afghan farming family named their son Donald Trump, hoping the other Trump's good fortune would rub off on him. So far, it hasn't. [Read More]
Fueled by pent-up demand for both outside views and local authors, Kabul book publishers and sellers are flourishing — and feeding a need for escape. [Read More]
Suicide attackers reportedly set off a battle by firing rocket-propelled grenades before entering a military unit. [Read More]
With insurgents threatening road travel, Kam Air has kept Afghanistan moving. But its future looks grim, with foreign crew members dead or fleeing. [Read More]
With insurgents threatening road travel, Kam Air has kept Afghanistan moving. But its future looks grim with foreign crew members dead or fleeing. [Read More]
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