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The bombings were the second large-scale assault by the militants in Kabul in less than two weeks.
An attack shows that South Asian contractors are more vulnerable than many of their Western counterparts.
Afghan officials agree that the American military conducted drone strikes in a remote area dominated by the Taliban, but give widely divergent accounts of what happened.
After a mass shooting, an Afghan refugee finally meets his neighbor.
Afghan interpreters risked their lives for American troops. Now Congress is preparing to abandon them.
Nepalese security guards traveling by bus were killed by a suicide bomber in Kabul on Monday. The Taliban took responsibility.
At least 14 Nepalese and Indian guards were killed while riding in a minibus to work at the Canadian Embassy, police officials said.
A Taliban suicide bomber killed at least 14 people and wounded eight in an attack on a minibus carrying Nepalese security contractors in the Afghan capital, Kabul, early on Monday, officials said.
These weapons were intended for the battlefield.
The fighting, which forced the closing of the Torkham crossing, left 11 wounded on the Pakistani side and killing at least one Afghan police officer.
The Orlando gunman’s life once seemed to be on a successful track, but he became the subject of investigations and allegations of abuse.
Examining gun violence in the Civil War and today.
The president moved closer to allowing American forces to again directly battle the Taliban in what is expected to be an especially bloody summer fighting season.
Researchers say they have found evidence of tissue damage caused by explosions alone, not by concussions or other injuries.
How do you make the wrenching decision of whether to leave your homeland?
How do you make the wrenching decision of whether to leave your home?
The government’s muted response to a militia’s takeover of a giant lapis mine suggests an aligning of interests among insurgents and the political elite.
Mr. Gilkey was the first American journalist not in the military killed in Afghanistan during the 15-year-long Afghan conflict.
At the Kart-e-Sakhi cemetery, children hustle for tips, young lovers seek privacy, a cotton-candy seller circulates and cockfights are held every weekend.
The attack at a court in Logar was revenge for the recent executions of Taliban prisoners, a Taliban spokesman said.