The arrest is part of ongoing investigations into alleged war crimes committed by Australian troops in Afghanistan between 2005 and 2016.
The French president is learning yet another hard lesson in foreign policy mere weeks before the April presidential election.
America didn’t just lose a war in Afghanistan, it may have also lost its premise for being the global policeman.
Key politicians with background of anti-Taliban or anti-Soviet resistance are converging in their areas of influence to mobilise forces for a likely face-off with the marching Taliban. But rights groups fear such militias could become abusive force.
The Afghan Taliban's relationship with the Tehreek e Taliban Pakistan could come to an impasse as the peace process matures in Afghanistan.
The US Secretary of State’s ultimatum to President Ashraf Ghani underscored a blatant disregard for democracy in Afghanistan.
US government watchdog says only $1.2B out of $7.8B spent on buildings and cars in Afghanistan since 2008 has been used as intended and just $343.2 million worth of such assets “were maintained in good condition”.
Kabul and several other provinces of Afghanistan have been rocked by deadly violence, including bombings, rocket attacks and targeted killings in recent months.
Victims include doctors who worked at the Puli Charkhi prison, Kabul's main penitentiary that house hundreds of Taliban inmates.
Horrific details emerge of abuses carried out by members of Australia’s special forces in Afghanistan.
Afghan villagers say 24 civilians were killed in air strikes on Saturday in northern Kunduz province, contradicting government claims of killing 30 Taliban fighters.
The documents, obtained by The Washington Post, examine the failures of the US war strategy in Afghanistan.
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