America’s withdrawal from Afghanistan comes at a time when it is preparing for a deeper contestation against the power of emerging superpower China
Trump slams Biden over Afghanistan crisis, US bolsters Kabul deployment for embassy staff evacuation
Despite President Ashraf Ghani's assurance and Taliban's pledge against violence, those who can afford a ticket have been flocking to Kabul International Airport, the only way out of the country. AP
Taliban less than 100 km away from Kabul with latest gain of Maidan Wardak; capital besieged from all sides
The fall of Mazar-e-Sharif, the country's fourth-largest city, hands the insurgents control over all of northern Afghanistan, confining the Western-backed government to the centre and east.
Abdul Rashid Dostum meets Ashraf Ghani; who is the former warlord, why is he talking to Afghan president?
The former vice president of Afghanistan, Abdul Rashid Dostum has been accused of perpetrating war crimes and rape in Afghanistan and has served as vice president of the country for over six years since 2013
Afghanistan vice-president Abdul Rashid Dostum survives Taliban attack, one of his bodyguards killed
Dostum, a powerful ethnic Uzbek leader, is notorious in Afghanistan for extreme barbarities and for repeatedly switching loyalties over 40 years of conflict.
Kabul explosion toll rises to 23, with 107 injured; Islamic State claims attack on airport after vice-president's return
At least 107 others were wounded in Sunday's powerful explosion, which happened as scores of people were leaving the Kabul airport after welcoming home Afghan Vice President Abdul Rashid Dostum from exile
Kabul suicide attack: 14 dead, 60 wounded at airport entrance; civilians, including child and security officials among casualties
A suicide bomber killed at least 14 people and wounded 60 at the entrance to Kabul international airport on Sunday, officials said, as scores gathered to welcome home Afghan Vice-President Abdul Rashid Dostum from exile.
Kabul explosion kills 11, injures 14 shortly after Afghan vice-president Abdul Rashid Dostum's return
An explosion near Kabul's international airport injured at least 10 people on Sunday, officials said, shortly after Afghan vice-president Abdul Rashid Dostum returned to the country after more than a year in exile.
Allegations that Afghanistan's first vice president and his guards sexually assaulted a political rival while holding him captive in his private compound prompted calls on Tuesday from Western allies for a government investigation.
At least four people were killed in a suicide attack in Kabul early on Tuesday, the latest in a series of fatal blasts to hit the Afghan capital. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack.