afghanistan

Karzai: Afghanistan will be 'better off' without U.S. military
Hamid Karzai.
afghanistan conflict

Karzai: Afghanistan will be 'better off' without U.S. military

Almost all operations shut down as COVID-19 outbreak hits U.S. Embassy in Kabul
The U.S. Embassy in Kabul.
coronavirus crisis

Almost all operations shut down as COVID-19 outbreak hits U.S. Embassy in Kabul

10 landmine-clearing workers killed in attack in Afghanistan, charity says
Coffins of victims of attack in Afghanistan.
afghanistan

10 landmine-clearing workers killed in attack in Afghanistan, charity says

Bombing at girls' school in Kabul kills at least 50, including students
Aftermath of Kabul bombing.
afghanistan

Bombing at girls' school in Kabul kills at least 50, including students

U.S. launches airstrike in response to failed Taliban rocket attack on day formal withdrawal begins
Kandahar Airfield.
afghanistan

U.S. launches airstrike in response to failed Taliban rocket attack on day formal withdrawal begins

Experts don't expect Biden to drastically change Trump's Afghanistan policy
Joe Biden.
afghanistan

Experts don't expect Biden to drastically change Trump's Afghanistan policy

Under draft peace accord, U.S. would withdraw 5,400 troops from Afghanistan
Zalmay Khalilzad.
afghanistan

Under draft peace accord, U.S. would withdraw 5,400 troops from Afghanistan

U.S. negotiator says America and the Taliban have reached a preliminary peace deal framework
Zalmay Khalilzad has reached a preliminary peace deal with the Taliban
afghanistan

U.S. negotiator says America and the Taliban have reached a preliminary peace deal framework

U.S. soldier killed in insider attack in Afghanistan
U.S. Army soldiers from NATO are seen through a cracked window of an armed vehicle in a checkpoint in Afghanistan.
afghanistan

U.S. soldier killed in insider attack in Afghanistan

Prisoner swap, U.S. bases at issue in Afghan peace talks
Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan
afghanistan

Prisoner swap, U.S. bases at issue in Afghan peace talks

BBC study finds the Taliban threatens 70 percent of Afghanistan
Members of the Taliban.
afghanistan

BBC study finds the Taliban threatens 70 percent of Afghanistan

New video purports to show that Russia is arming the Afghan Taliban
CNN video shows Taliban fighters saying they were armed by Russia
afghanistan

New video purports to show that Russia is arming the Afghan Taliban

7 U.S. troops wounded in apparent Afghan infiltrator attack
U.S. troops in Afghanistan
afghanistan

7 U.S. troops wounded in apparent Afghan infiltrator attack

Russia is arming the Afghan Taliban, Defense Secretary James Mattis suggests in Kabul
Gen. James Mattis at a news conference in Kabul
afghanistan

Russia is arming the Afghan Taliban, Defense Secretary James Mattis suggests in Kabul

Pentagon: U.S. attempted to rescue civilian hostages in Afghanistan
Defense Secretary Ash Carter.
afghanistan

Pentagon: U.S. attempted to rescue civilian hostages in Afghanistan

In Afghanistan, a rash of abductions, murders on highways have travelers worried
A checkpoint in Afghanistan in April.
afghanistan

In Afghanistan, a rash of abductions, murders on highways have travelers worried

Obama approves expanded anti-Taliban airstrikes in Afghanistan, officials say
Afghan soldeirs train outside Kandahar
afghanistan

Obama approves expanded anti-Taliban airstrikes in Afghanistan, officials say

Obama confirms death of Taliban leader, calls it 'an important milestone'
President Obama discusses the death of the Taliban leader from Vietnam
afghanistan

Obama confirms death of Taliban leader, calls it 'an important milestone'

Dozens dead, hundreds wounded in Kabul suicide bombing
Afghan security officials inspect the damage from a suicide bomb in Kabul
afghanistan

Dozens dead, hundreds wounded in Kabul suicide bombing

Suicide bombing strikes restaurant in Kabul
A suicide bomber attacked the Le Jardin restaurant in Kabul on Jan. 1.
afghanistan

Suicide bombing strikes restaurant in Kabul

Top U.S. general says it's possible he'll request more troops for Afghanistan
Army Gen. John Campbell.
afghanistan

Top U.S. general says it's possible he'll request more troops for Afghanistan

Obama reportedly halting Afghanistan withdrawal, keeping 5,500 troops through 2017
Obama has dropped plans to withdraw all U.S. troops from Afghanistan by 2017
afghanistan

Obama reportedly halting Afghanistan withdrawal, keeping 5,500 troops through 2017

U.S forces may have mistakenly struck a Doctors Without Borders hospital, killing at least 9
Doctors Without Borders hospital
afghanistan

U.S forces may have mistakenly struck a Doctors Without Borders hospital, killing at least 9

Afghan government says it has retaken Kunduz from the Taliban
Afghan security forces patrol Kunduz, which they claim to have recaptured from the Taliban
afghanistan

Afghan government says it has retaken Kunduz from the Taliban

Afghan forces say they have taken back parts of Kunduz from the Taliban
Troops in Kunduz, Afghanistan.
afghanistan

Afghan forces say they have taken back parts of Kunduz from the Taliban

U.S. troops join Afghan forces in battle to retake captured provincial capital from Taliban
An Afghan police man rests a gun on his shoulder outside Kunduz
afghanistan

U.S. troops join Afghan forces in battle to retake captured provincial capital from Taliban

Taliban storms Afghan jail, freeing hundreds of prisoners
A Taliban insurgent lies dead after an attack on a prison in Ghanzi, Afghanistan
afghanistan

Taliban storms Afghan jail, freeing hundreds of prisoners

Officials: 11 soldiers in Afghanistan killed during Taliban ambush
Afghan troops.
afghanistan

Officials: 11 soldiers in Afghanistan killed during Taliban ambush

Bomber targets performance of play condemning suicide attacks
Bomber targets performance of play condemning suicide attacks
afghanistan

Bomber targets performance of play condemning suicide attacks