Pentagon claims US launched airstrikes targeting Iran-backed Shia group in Iraq base; defence dept says 5 weapon storage facilities hit
The US launched airstrikes Thursday in Iraq, targeting the Iranian-backed Shia militia members believed responsible for the rocket attack that killed and wounded American and British troops at a base north of Baghdad, the Pentagon said
India signs deal with Afghanistan to build roads in Bamyan and Mazar-e-Sharif: Ministry of External Affairs
In a series of tweets, Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said India remains committed to economic and human resource development partnership with Afghanistan
US, Taliban will sign peace deal today ending 19-yr-long Afghanistan war; Mike Pompeo to be present during signing of agreement
The agreement mapping out a plan for peace follows months of negotiations between the US and the Taliban that have broken down before. The Pentagon has said for months that it is poised to reduce the number of US troops in Afghanistan to 8,600.
Taliban in Afghanistan 'tired' of fighting, wants to make peace deal with America, says Donald Trump days ahead of agreement
Trump told reporters at the White House that the time had come for the US troops to 'come home'
100,000 casualties in Afghanistan over past 10 years, says UN report; 'imperative for all to stop fighting' says security council representative Tadamichi Yamamoto
Report released by UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan comes as seven-day 'reduction of violence' agreement between US, Taliban takes effect
Two US troops killed by roadside bomb in Afghanistan's Kandahar; Taliban claims responsibility for attack
Last year was one of the deadliest for US, with 23 American troops killed
US defence secretary Mark Esper visits Afghanistan to make firsthand assessment of America's longest war
Stalled peace talks with Taliban and unrelenting attacks by insurgent group have complicated Trump administration's pledge to withdraw American troops
Afghanistan blasts: 48 killed, 42 injured in two attacks by Taliban; Ashraf Ghani escapes unhurt from one of the explosions
A Taliban suicide bomber attacked a campaign rally in northern Afghanistan attended by President Ashraf Ghani on Tuesday, killing at least 48 people and injuring 42 others
Countries like India, Iran, Russia and Turkey would have to fight against terrorists in Afghanistan at some point of time, US President Donald Trump said on Wednesday
‘We will always have somebody there’: Donald Trump says there will not be complete withdrawal of American forces from Afghanistan
While responding to the questions on the ongoing peace talks with the Taliban in Afghanistan at his Oval Office on Tuesday, he said these to the reporters
US, South Korea sign cost-sharing deal for American troops; agreement to boost Seoul's contribution to US military on its shores
The development comes as President Donald Trump is set to hold his second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Vietnam in late February.
US President Donald Trump has said that he was "very close" to deciding whether he will approve a plan to deploy more troops in Afghanistan
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad scoffed and questioned the US actions in Syria, terming as 'invaders'.
It also looks increasingly certain – pending Congressional waiver and confirmation – that General James Mattis will serve as Donald Trump’s Secretary of Defence.
The longest war in American history has come to a "responsible conclusion" with the withdrawal US and NATO combat forces from Afghanistan, US President Barack Obama has said but warned that the country remains "a dangerous place".